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Category: Chemistry

  • Explaining robust humans

    This paper attempts to explain the ‘robusticity’ of the fossil remains of ‘robust’ humans. A connection with long lifespans is suggested. Changes in development, linked to longevity, most likely involving thyroid hormone secretion patterns, are proposed as the primary mechanism … Continue reading

  • Crinoid Pigment : 240 Million Years and No Evolution

    Pigments from crinoids fossilized in early Mesozoic strata are identical to modern counterparts. In 2013 there were reports of fossilized crinoids from Paleozoic strata (Mississippian, 350 million years) with preserved pigments produced by the organisms (see 2/22/13). That finding was since … Continue reading

  • Our Taste for Alcohol Goes Back Millions of Years Genetics research sheds light on a long human relationship

    Alcohol has been part of human existence for millennia. Alcoholic beverages are an integral part of human culture. Like the wines consumed in Jewish and Christian rituals, these drinks have ceremonial and religious uses. Until the nineteenth century, beer, brandy, … Continue reading

  • Why Black Widow Spider Venom Is So Potent

    The painful bites and lethal venom of black widow spiders have evolved rapidly over the years, according to a new study that also found common house spiders produce similar toxic compounds. The difference is that female black widows produce ample … Continue reading

  • Earth Can Contaminate Alien Meteorites Quickly, Study Shows

    A team of scientists has published the results of an investigative survey into the Sutter’s Mill meteorite that landed in California in 2012. The results reveal that the meteorite contained a number of features associated with minerals such as olivines, phyllosilicates, … Continue reading

  • Physicist’s ‘breakthrough’ on the origin of life

    Can thermodynamics of heat dissipation explain chemical evolution? One important proposition that atheists mustbelieve is that life came from non-living chemicals,a process called chemical evolution or abiogenesis. However, the specialists in the area know that they are not even close to solving this problem. So every … 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of a long series of identical micro-units, built to last for a period until productivity declines, only to be superseded by new units.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

  • NASA pours $50M into research on the origins of life

    According to a statement released on Monday, NASA will soon be funding a massive effort to understand life in the universe. The federal space agency will be giving $50 million away in five-year grants to seven different research teams nationwide. … Continue reading

  • Study: Water on Earth is older than sun

    Half of the water on Earth may be a million years older than the solar system, according to a new study. The water came from interstellar ice in the molecular cloud that gave birth to the sun and planets in … Continue reading

  • Adhesive inspired by mussels is strongest ever created

    Mussels are very skilled at sticking to things that are generally viewed as slimy and un-adherable. MIT researchers have created an adhesive based on the mussel that may be even stronger. According to Daily Digest News, “The researchers took the … Continue reading

  • Dual-Gene Codes Defy Evolution…Again

    Discoveries of DNA sequence that contain different languages, each one with multiple purposes, are utterly defying evolutionary predictions. What was once hailed as redundant code is proving to be key in protein production. Proteins are made of strings of amino … Continue reading

  • Study: Early Earth was much like it is now

    Typically, the mention of a very early planet Earth (500 million or so years after it formed) brings to mind hellish landscapes – fire and brimstone, desolation, etc. It appears now that such imagery just isn’t true. According to scientists … Continue reading

  • Fossilized Brain May Give Paleontologists Headache

    Who has ever heard of a fossilized brain? Few would expect such a discovery, yet it looks like that’s what researchers found inside a stone-age skull from Norway. If so, it would confirm a published creation prediction and challenge many … Continue reading

  • Powerhouse of Scientists Refute Evolution

    In 2011, the “Biological Information: New Perspectives” conference was held in which 29 leading design scientists technically assessed critical aspects of Neo-Darwinian theory. This evolutionary theory holds that new biological information arises when mutations allow nature to select between organisms, … Continue reading

  • What does the Bible say about drugs?

    The Bible speaks about drug use in a number of passages.  In Paul’s letter to the Galatians (verse 5:20), he speaks of the “works of the flesh” and among them is found a reference to witchcraft (sorcery in some translations). … Continue reading

  • Terrible Mistake about Diamond Dates

    By David Coppedge Geologists fess up to wrong conclusion about the “world’s oldest diamonds.” It’s just grit from polishing paste.  Read about it on Live Science.  The “terrible mistake” came to light five years after the claim was made in the … Continue reading

  • Crude Oil in One Hour, Not Millions of Years

    By David Coppedge A slurry of algae with the right heat and pressure can produce crude oil in one hour. The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has succeeded in producing crude oil in an hour and is now … Continue reading

  • Europa Joins the Geyser Club

    By David Coppedge Hints of watery plumes have been detected on Europa – like Enceladus, at its south pole, too. Judging from its surface, Europa should have activity.  It resembles the known active surface of Saturn’s geysering moon Enceladus.  Europa … Continue reading

  • Science Reporter Says Scientists Are Like Cattle

    By David Coppedge A science reporter lists several reasons why scientists are about as trustworthy as bankers. The Science and Technology Editor at The Conversation, Akshat Rathi, should know about scientists.  Not only does he hold that prestigious editorial position, he … Continue reading

  • Mercury: more marks of youth

    by Andrew Lamb In 2011 the Messenger spacecraft began orbiting Mercury, using its suite of sensors to study Mercury’s chemistry, magnetism, atmosphere, geology and landscape. Being the closest planet to the Sun, Mercury is subject to space weathering (heating, micrometeoroid bombardment, radiation, and … Continue reading

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