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  • Creationism coming to Ohio classrooms?

    Count on a serious court battle if a few state legislators have their way and Intelligent Design and other religious interpretations of science are allowed to be taught in public schools. It’s a court fight those legislators will likely lose, … Continue reading

  • There’s More to the Story

    The Dallas Morning News recently reported that a group of Ph.D. scientists is swimming against the flow of the broader scientific community. Instead of believing in millions of years of evolution, the team at the Institute for Creation Research dares … Continue reading

  • Dinosaur footprints in Utah to go public

    The extraordinary footprints of 125 million-year-old dinosaurs, which were discovered in Utah, will be displayed to the public for the first time in October. The tracks were first discovered by a Moab resident, Hiker, in 2009 but the location of … Continue reading

  • Oceans Slowed Pace of 21st Century Global Warming

    Newly published data suggest that a hiatus in rising global air temperatures in the 21st century is the result of heat sinks deep in the Atlantic and Southern oceans. The trend is likely connected to roughly 30-year global warming and … Continue reading

  • Why Hollywood makes apes look human

    “Don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes,” is a phrase that has its origin in military conflicts and is sometimes used in a comedic way in movies. Eyesight is an integral part of being human, not just … Continue reading

  • ICR Featured in The Dallas Morning News

    The Institute for Creation Research was featured on the front page of the August 15, 2014, edition of The Dallas Morning News in an article that contrasts the evolutionary story with young-earth creationism. The report by Morning News’ Scott Farwell … Continue reading

  • Stardust snares first dust from beyond the solar system

    Seven rare, microscopic dust particles, which could be of interstellar origin, have been found among samples collected by NASA’s Stardust mission, according to an international team of researchers. The tiny particles show features that are consistent with dust that would … Continue reading

  • Early creative skills may indicate intelligence in teen years

    A new study has suggested that kids’ drawings at the age of four are linked to their intelligence when they reach 14 which seem to be influenced by the genes. The research conducted at the King’s College London showed that … Continue reading

  • Emerging solar plants scorch birds in mid-air

    Workers at a state-of-the-art solar plant in the Mojave Desert have a name for birds that fly through the plant’s concentrated sun rays — “streamers,” for the smoke plume that comes from birds that ignite in midair. Federal wildlife investigators … Continue reading

  • Do Plants Use a Form of Language to Communicate?

    A researcher working at Virginia Tech may have discovered a new form of “language” that allows plants to communicate with each other and share genetic information. The study, entitled Genomic-Scale Exchange of mRNA Between a Parasitic Plant and its Hosts, … Continue reading

  • Ebola Outbreaks Visualized In 5 Charts

    The Ebola virus is one of the most virulent microbes known to man, killing up to 90% of those infected. According to the World Health Organization, there have been 25 disease outbreaks in recorded history. The current epidemic in West … Continue reading

  • Tension, not extension in creation cosmology

    For a considerable period of time modern biblical creationists as well as non-biblical creationists, like the progressive creationists (with an old earth/big-bang-embracing worldview) have used many biblical texts to argue that Scripture supports cosmological expansion of the universe. In 2011 … Continue reading

  • Does Dinosaur Extinction Encourage Faith?

    Many professors at private religious universities cling to secular views of the past despite the clear anti-Christian consequences. Theological inferences from a recent study on dinosaur extinction illustrate this dilemma. Publishing in the journal Biological Reviews, Baylor geologist Dr. Daniel … Continue reading

  • Tough Antarctic midge has tiny genome

    The Antarctic midge, the only insect native to the southern continent, has surprised researchers with an unusually streamlined genome. The pared down genome may explain how the midge has been able to survive in the hostile landscape, say researchers in … Continue reading

  • How Does Evolution Explain Human Cannibalism?

    Most people only resort to cannibalism in extreme situations — and we usually view them as victims of temporary insanity. Starvation, we say, has “stripped them of their humanity.” But a closer look at these stories shows that cannibalism follows … Continue reading

  • Christian Musicians Mock Biblical Creationists

    Christian musicians Michael and Lisa Gungor, members of the Dove-award winning band Gungor, made headlines this week with their denial of the inerrancy of Scripture in Genesis. Then Michael Gungor declared in a clarifying blog post, “NO REASONABLE PERSON takes … Continue reading

  • Geneticists decry book on race and evolution

    A best-seller by former New York Times science writer Nicholas Wade about recent human evolution and its potential effects on human cultures has drawn critical reviews since its spring publication. Now, nearly 140 senior human population geneticists around the world, … Continue reading

  • Solar System Geysers–Each a Fountain of Youth

    A sticky problem for nature-only origins just got 100 times worse. When discovered about ten years ago, a remarkable plume of water ice ejected from Enceladus, an icy moon in Saturn’s E ring, left secular notions of the moon’s origin … Continue reading

  • The Cautious Pope And The Evolution Encyclical

    Most readers alerted to a new biography of Pope Pius XII would no doubt be drawn by the controversy surrounding his failure to publicly denounce the Nazi persecution of the Jews during the Holocaust. But for history of science buffs … Continue reading

  • The British Humanist Association and Creation

    For some years the British Humanist Association (BHA) has been campaigning to prevent children in UK state-funded schools being informed about the evidence for a creator. They have been remarkably successful, especially in their lobbying for the most restrictive government … Continue reading

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