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Ecological symbiosis as interface systems

Ecological symbiosis as interface systems

God may have designed complex and adaptable interface systems into different creatures to facilitate ecological symbiosis and system functioning.
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10 Nov, 2023
Galápagos finches, rapid speciation, and recent creation

Galápagos finches, rapid speciation, and recent creation

Darwin’s finches have been a poster child for evolution for more than a century, but recent genetic analysis reveals God’s creative brilliance and how He created species to change over time.
Article
09 Nov, 2023
Shrinking dates for the Falkland Islands wolf

Shrinking dates for the Falkland Islands wolf

The presence of the warrah in the Falkland Islands can be explained better within the biblical timeframe.
Article
26 May, 2023
Egyptian mummies and Hebrew perfume

Egyptian mummies and Hebrew perfume

New discoveries at Saqqara, Egypt help shed light on ancient mummification practices, ancient chemistry, regional botany, and ancient global trade connections.
Article
07 Mar, 2023
Where wolves wander

Where wolves wander

Introduced wolves control elk population and cause diversity in ecological zone with beavers, birds, and beasties.
Article
23 Feb, 2023
Arthropods and Mount St Helens

Arthropods and Mount St Helens

Arthropod response to the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens provides some principles for understanding post-Flood ecological recovery.
Article
08 Apr, 2022
Kangaroos in India?

Kangaroos in India?

Rock art in India depicting what look like kangaroos is consistent with them migrating from the Ark to Australia.
Article
16 Aug, 2021
Bombardier beetle

Bombardier beetle

Gods design in the spray system of the bombardier beetle inspired new human spray system designs.
Article
22 Feb, 2021
Far-reaching fox migration

Far-reaching fox migration

An arctic fox that traversed over 4,000 km in two months shows how fast post-Flood dispersion couldve happened.
Article
10 Feb, 2021
Distribution of plants and animals

Distribution of plants and animals

The geographic distribution of plants and animals is a problem for evolution but easily explained by the Genesis Flood
Article
11 Sep, 2020
Tapir

Tapir

Tapirs are described as primitive living fossils, sharing homologous features with horses and rhinos—but these assumptions are rarely challenged.
Article
18 May, 2020
The red fox and post-Flood migration

The red fox and post-Flood migration

The population of Vulpes vulpes, the red fox, grew quickly after it was introduced to Australia.
Article
16 Sep, 2019
Braterman slam dunk flunk

Braterman slam dunk flunk

Rebuttal of anti-creationist article by Paul Braterman covering Sahelanthropus, “Evolution is just a theory”, Mike Pence, biogeography, marsupial distributions, mutability, Belyayev tame foxes, and equivocation.
Article
28 Nov, 2017
Amazing armoured armadillos of the Americas

Amazing armoured armadillos of the Americas

How do evolutionists explain armadillos?
Article
05 Apr, 2017
Post Flood log mats and animal migration

Post Flood log mats and animal migration

Floating log mats and animal migration.
Article
14 Oct, 2016
Flood biogeography

Flood biogeography

Article
12 Mar, 2013

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