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Diabolical ironclad beetles inspire extra-strong joints
Ironclad beetle laminated elytra have special joins that confer extra toughness, and might inspire aircraft joints.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Creation rejoices!
‘Creation’ is not in a state of rejoicing now—but the day will come when a restored creation will be a reality.
by Peter Howe
Twelve rounds, twelve knockouts
A powerful cumulative case against abiogenesis.
by Royal Truman
Missing Matter found?
A new study claims to have found the same amount of matter as the Big Bang predicted
by Scot Devlin
Yet another synthetic life claim?
Scientists once again have claimed to created artificial living cells? What does this really mean for chemical evolution?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Will the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) find extra-terrestrial life?
The James Webb space telescope will be able to examine the atmospheres of exoplanets in greater clarity than ever before. Will we find a truly habitable exoplanet?
by Scot Devlin
Amino acids produced in hydrothermal vent?
Have chemical evolutionists proven that life could have evolved from non-living chemicals in hydrothermal vents?
by Jonathan Sarfati
A strange idea of science
National Geographic’s ideas about the origin of life merely masquerade as science. Yet they say creationists are at war with science?!
by Lucien Tuinstra
The perils of scientific illiteracy
Scientific and biblical illiteracy enables so-called ‘experts’ to confuse church leaders about God and creation.
by Dominic Statham
Consciousness is not an emergent property of matter
Taking apart the argument that says consciousness, rather than being a product of the supernatural soul, emerges from the complex physical structure of our brains
by Paul Price
Two trees, one root: the link between evolutionism and Eastern spirituality
How two philosophies both lead people away from God.
by Tricia Wright
Naturalism in the light of reality
There’s more to reality than naturalism can fathom …
by Robert Gurney