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A family tree for all humanity?
A unified genealogy of modern and ancient humans incorrectly points to northeast African as the ancestral homeland. The results are entirely based on the evolutionary assumptions behind the model.
by Robert W. Carter
Mutant (non-ninja) turtle?
Two-headed turtles are obviously defects, but are they caused by DNA mutation?
by Carl Wieland
Taking a stand
Is evolution needed for biological research? Does biblical creation hinder scientific research?
by Don Batten
Without God the universal cart must come before the cosmic horse
Can 'Maxwell’s Demon' avoid an intelligent origin for life?
by Alex Williams
Kevin Anderson creation scientist Challenging evolution with science
This Creation magazine interview, completed before Kevin’s relatively sudden and recent tragic passing, is previewed here to honour the life of a remarkable man.
by Robert Carter
Sensational Seeds—compact packages attest to God’s handiwork
A farmer plants a seed. Night and day, whether he sleeps or gets up, the seed sprouts and grows, though he does not know how …
by David Catchpoole
Can’t drink milk? You’re “normal”!
For years, lactose intolerance was regarded as abnormal.
by David Catchpoole
Monkeying around with human embryos?
Modern science allows us to perform experiments on human embryos that are contrary to Scripture. What should our response be?
by Dr Robert Carter
Shrimp eye design
The shrimp eye has an intricately structured reflective layer to focus light. Engineers would like to be able to copy the structure.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 2—biochemical modifications
Raw tRNAs are not enough; they need dozens of biochemical to function.
by Royal Truman
The surprisingly complex tRNA subsystem: part 1—generation and maturation
Their formation is a ‘chicken and egg’ problem for evolution.
by Royal Truman
No flies on ‘freak’ sheep
A ‘handy’ mutation in sheep could revolutionize the Australian woolgrowing industry. But it’s not evolution.
by David Catchpoole