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    The Geological Society of Australia seeks to censor creation, intelligent design
    and Flood geology
The Geological Society of Australia seeks to censor creation, intelligent design and Flood geology
27 Dec 2008
But mainstream geologists would benefit by trying to understand the creationist viewpoint
By Tas Walker
6K Views

    Are ‘gain of function’ mutations really downhill and so not supporting
    of evolution?
Are ‘gain of function’ mutations really downhill and so not supporting of evolution?
20 Dec 2008
A researcher questions the generalization of the findings of research on ?gain-of-function? mutations in the thyroid hormone system, claiming an example of new, information-gaining mutations.
By Jean Lightner
8K Views

    Transplants, xenotransplants, xenotransfusion and xenoexperimentation—Are
    they ethical? Do they show we evolved from animals?
Transplants, xenotransplants, xenotransfusion and xenoexperimentation—Are they ethical? Do they show we evolved from animals?
13 Dec 2008
Are blood transfusions and organ transplants ethical? What about animal-to-human? Animal organs are routinely transplanted into humans (xenotransplantation); researchers test on animals first, then humans. Is this ethical?
By Andrew Lamb and Jonathan Safarti
13K Views
 Unfair to Islam? Round 2
Unfair to Islam? Round 2
06 Dec 2008
More on the ?peaceful Muslim majority?
By Jonathan Sarfati
15K Views
Helium evidence for a young world continues to confound critics
Helium evidence for a young world continues to confound critics
29 Nov 2008
Russ Humphreys responds to six years of criticism of one part of the creationist research initiative into Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (RATE)
By Russell Humphreys
35K Views
 Unfair to Islam?
Unfair to Islam?
22 Nov 2008
What does the Qu?ran really teach about Jihad? Are most Muslims peaceful, and what is the significance of this?
By Jonathan Sarfati
20K Views
 Feeding carnivores on the Ark, and refuting an accusation of ‘closet scientism’
Feeding carnivores on the Ark, and refuting an accusation of ‘closet scientism’
15 Nov 2008
How could Noah feed the lions on the Ark? And are creationist science projects like RATE examples of the scientism we decry?
By Andrew Lamb and Jonathan Safarti
37K Views

    Why is CMI so dogmatic on 24-hour creation days? Revisited
Why is CMI so dogmatic on 24-hour creation days? Revisited
25 Oct 2008
More discussion from a previous feedback about the importance of six consecutive normal-length creation days.
By Jonathan Sarfati
7K Views
Steve Jones and the ‘end of human evolution’
Steve Jones and the ‘end of human evolution’
18 Oct 2008
An evolutionist says human evolution has stopped, but a creationist argues that it hasn?t. What?s going on?
By Carl Wieland
12K Views
Why is CMI so dogmatic on 24-hour creation days?
Why is CMI so dogmatic on 24-hour creation days?
11 Oct 2008
An enquirer raises questions about the importance of 24-hour creation days; the response explains the context of Genesis 1 and related passages.
By Jonathan Sarfati
15K Views
 Large Hadron Collider continues to confuse
Large Hadron Collider continues to confuse
27 Sep 2008
If the LHC discovers the Higgs boson, would this prove the big bang? And did CMI get the LHC proton energy calculations right?
By Russ Humphreys
8K Views
 Church of England apologises to Darwin
Church of England apologises to Darwin
28 Oct 2009
Anglican leaders? appeasement of evolutionary theory is as futile as Chamberlain?s appeasement of Hitler
By Jonathan Sarfati
29K Views