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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
Bridges and bones, girders and groans

Bridges and bones, girders and groans

Bones rebuild themselves continually along lines of structural stress. This explains why metal pins would fatigue and break after years of walking, but not bones.
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20 Jun, 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
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
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
Circadian rhythms and creation

Circadian rhythms and creation

Evolution struggles to explain how circadian rhythms arose multiple times in different organisms.
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10 Sep, 2021
Bombardier beetle

Bombardier beetle

Gods design in the spray system of the bombardier beetle inspired new human spray system designs.
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22 Feb, 2021
Baraminology methods

Baraminology methods

A comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based approaches to delineating baramins.
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19 Feb, 2021
The human ear

The human ear

The human ear reveals God’s amazing ingenuity in its intricate design.
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04 Jan, 2021
Review: 'Human Errors' by Nathan Lents

Review: 'Human Errors' by Nathan Lents

A review of Human Errors by Nathan H. Lents.
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04 Dec, 2020
Spiders and ants aiding boat design

Spiders and ants aiding boat design

Spiders and ants inspire an unsinkable metal structure that could aid in boat design.
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14 Sep, 2020
The appendix

The appendix

Claimed by evolutionists to be a vestigial organ, the appendix is crucial to our digestive system.
Article
03 Jul, 2019
Did the ear bones of mammals really evolve from the jawbones of reptiles?

Did the ear bones of mammals really evolve from the jawbones of reptiles?

Articular and quadrate of reptile jaw bones are neither morphologically nor genetically related to mammalian middle ear bones
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02 Jul, 2019
Walking ain’t easy

Walking ain’t easy

Despite nearly 50 years of engineering efforts to build bipedal robots, human walking remains the ‘gold standard’.
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03 Apr, 2019
Adam and Eve blood types

Adam and Eve blood types

Adam and Eve blood types, haploid clone, O is a mutation of A, which is more common than B
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29 Dec, 2018

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