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  • Decoding Snake-Venom Origins

    The origin of snake venom has long been a mystery to both creationists and evolutionists. However, by stepping outside the standard research paradigm, scientists recently showed that snake venom proteins may have arisen from existing salivary proteins. The Bible indicates … Continue reading

  • Coal-rich Poland ready to block EU climate deal

    European Union leaders meeting in Brussels to stamp their new, ambitious greenhouse gas emissions plan should prepare for unyielding opposition from coal-reliant Poland and other East European countries who say their developing economies and electricity bills would suffer too much … Continue reading

  • Rare comet flies by Mars at 203,000kph

    Comet Siding Spring passed just 140,000km from Mars on Oct 19, less than half the distance between Earth and the moon and 10 times closer than any known comet that has passed by Earth, says NASA. During its closest approach … Continue reading

  • Study: Europeans were lactose intolerant for 5000 years

    DNA analysis has revealed that the early Europeans were lactose intolerant and that they have started raising domesticated animals such as sheep, goats and cows long before they developed the ability to drink milk from these animals without causing any … Continue reading

  • Newly Discovered Fossils Reveal Goofy-Looking Dinosaur

    Scientists in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert have unearthed fossils that have allowed them for the first time to build a complete picture of one of the more bizarre-looking dinosaurs. Deinocheirus mirificus, which means “unusual horrible hand” in Latin, has stunned scientists … Continue reading

  • Brain Bath: A Clever Design Solution

    What makes sleep so mentally refreshing? University of Rochester neuroscientist Jeff Iliff addressed the crowd gathered at a September 2014 TEDMED event and explained his amazing new discoveries. The words he used perfectly match what one would expect while describing … Continue reading

  • A visit to a vitamin factory

    I was privileged to be taken on a virtual tour of a new vitamin factory—one of a long series of identical micro-units, built to last for a period until productivity declines, only to be superseded by new units. These remarkable … Continue reading

  • 500-Year-Old Traces of Monster Hawaii Tsunami Discovered

    A powerful earthquake in Alaska sent towering waves up to 30 feet (9 meters) tall crashing down on Hawaii about 500 years ago, leaving behind fragments of coral, mollusk shells and coarse beach sand in a sinkhole located on the … Continue reading

  • Earth’s magnetic field could flip in our lifetime

    A pilot looking down at her plane controls and realizing magnetic north is hovering somewhere over Antarctica may sound like a scene from a science-fiction movie, but new research suggests the idea isn’t so far-fetched in the relatively near future. … Continue reading

  • Seeking Stars, Finding Creationism

    Galileo knew he would have the Church to contend with after he aimed his telescope at the skies over Padua and found mountains on the moon and more moons orbiting Jupiter — and saw that the Milky Way was made … Continue reading

  • The myth about myths in early Genesis

    Up to the mid-19th century, a myth was just that—a myth. The Greek stories of gods and African spirit folk tales were regarded as untrue, whereas the findings of historians who compared documentary records were generally regarded as true. So … Continue reading

  • Throwing Darwin a Curve

    “The pitch cuts the inside corner of the plate for strike two.” That familiar sound is heard on radios around the world. In fact, some of the best pitchers in America are not Americans. Great pitching ability is not limited … Continue reading

  • Smithsonian celebrates National Fossil Day today

    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History is all set to celebrate National Fossil Day. About 400 children will join the celebration and become junior paleontologists for the day. The museum is hosting a series of events for children. In … Continue reading

  • Plants absorbing more carbon than previously thought

    Plants may absorb more carbon dioxide than we originally thought, according to a new study. The study, led by Ying Sun, claims that climate change estimations have underestimated the amount of carbon dioxide that plants will counteract. The study was … Continue reading

  • Christian Youth Leaders Must Teach Apologetics, Says Student Pastor

    Christian youth leaders need to teach teenagers and young adults the basics of apologetics in order to be able to defend their faith in a logical manner, says student pastor and writer Benjer McVeigh. McVeigh notes that even though youth … Continue reading

  • The ‘Titanic’ of the ancient world

    A massive 2,000-year-old shipwreck, famous for having yielded the remains of a complex mechanical computer, is revealing more of its secrets to scientific explorers. The new discoveries suggest that the ship could be the largest known shipwreck of its kind, … Continue reading

  • Darwinist professor gets ‘theological’ in the classroom

    For years, evolutionists have maintained almost total control over biology classrooms, dogmatically excluding the case for creation and presenting only biased, evolutionary interpretations of the facts. But for biology/psychology professor David P. Barash from the University of Washington, it’s not … Continue reading

  • Planck Satellite Fails to Confirm Big Bang

    During a high profile news conference in March 2014, the BICEP2 radio astronomy team announced purported direct evidence for inflation— an important part of the modern Big Bang model. In Big Bang cosmology, inflation is a hypothesized “growth spurt” in … Continue reading

  • Ark Encounter may lose tax status due to hiring practices

    The Ark Encounter theme park is facing a flood of negative press after news broke on Tuesday of its dispute with Kentucky state officials over hiring practices. Through open records requests, the Louisville Courier-Journal and Lexington Herald-Leader both discovered the … Continue reading

  • Is belief in evolution endangered?

    Creationism, a religious world view that adamantly rejects Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, is on the rise among evangelical Protestants and most of the world’s Muslims. And it’s cause for concern. Social and political consequences are erupting from the resurgence … Continue reading

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