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A medical doctor shares on creation

A medical doctor shares on creation

We do see mutations happening from time to time, but they lead to disease and death—not superhumans.
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15 Jan, 2024
Microstructural architecture of feathers makes them tough

Microstructural architecture of feathers makes them tough

A closer look reveals staggering intricacy in the microstructural architecture of birds’ feathers.
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02 Aug, 2023
The ultimate machine

The ultimate machine

PhD anatomist David Kauffman says the human body is ‘ultra superior’ to manmade machines.
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19 Apr, 2023
Adam: Five things you may not know about him

Adam: Five things you may not know about him

First man Adam, made of dust of the ground, head of mankind, husband of Eve, Y-chromosome progenitor, rib bone donor.
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27 Feb, 2023
Our brain: Do we use only a small portion of it?

Our brain: Do we use only a small portion of it?

The idea that we use only 10% of our brain is an urban myth.
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25 Jan, 2023
Bats have a sixth sense that sees Earth’s magnetic field

Bats have a sixth sense that sees Earth’s magnetic field

Bats ‘see’ the earth’s magnetic field
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14 Dec, 2022
Are babies programmed to learn?

Are babies programmed to learn?

Baby brains are programmed for learning any language in the world and many other things, even before birth.
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21 Nov, 2022
Ageing without getting old? The science behind it.

Ageing without getting old? The science behind it.

Review of Ageless, a book about the science behind ageing without getting old.
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10 Nov, 2022
Palmar grasp reflex

Palmar grasp reflex

The palmar grasp reflex is neither vestigial nor evidence we evolved from ape-like ancestors.
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09 Sep, 2022
Does having an extra forearm artery prove evolution?

Does having an extra forearm artery prove evolution?

Does having an extra forearm artery prove evolution? The answer is no.
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05 Sep, 2022
The hummingbird tongue, from Flight: The Genius of Birds

The hummingbird tongue, from Flight: The Genius of Birds

The hummingbird tongue, extract from Flight: The Genius of B
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02 Aug, 2022
Did sound production and hearing evolve?

Did sound production and hearing evolve?

Evolution of sound production, including echolocation, the larynx, and hearing organs. But is the system of acoustics not irreducibly complex?
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24 Mar, 2022
Morganucodon: a transitional fossil?

Morganucodon: a transitional fossil?

Morganucodon is not a transitional fossil, but the evidence is consistent with it being a mammal.
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04 Mar, 2022
How cells handle heme, vital to life but toxic unless tightly controlled

How cells handle heme, vital to life but toxic unless tightly controlled

Recent discoveries concerning the red pigment heme, vital for all life, pose real problems for evolutionary theory
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31 Jan, 2022
Jumping beetle mechanism inspires bionic design

Jumping beetle mechanism inspires bionic design

Newly discovered jumping beetle mechanism is evidence for divine design, and inspires scientists to copy the design.
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21 Jan, 2022
Pinnipeds

Pinnipeds

Pinnipeds (seals, sea lions, and walruses) are fascinating, flippered creatures designed for land and sea that thwart evolution.
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03 Jan, 2022

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