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Category: History

  • Cambrian Fossil Intensifies Evolutionary Conundrum

    New fossil finds further verify one of evolution’s biggest problems: the Cambrian explosion. According to evolutionary reckoning, a massive explosion of new life supposedly spawned dozens of brand-new fully formed body plans about 530 million years ago. How could so … Continue reading

  • Is Mt St Helens getting ready to erupt again?

    Ten years ago last week, Mount St. Helens awoke from an 18-year geological slumber. The news media and volcano-watchers flocked to Johnston Ridge, the closest road with a crater view. Steam and ash eruptions shot thousands of feet into the … Continue reading

  • 600-Year-Old Canoe Reveals Sophisticated Technology

    A large plank from a rare, ancient canoe was discovered in New Zealand and has been linked to Polynesian seafarers, the largest of three major Pacific Ocean cultures and the islands’ first colonizers. The 600-year-old wooden plank was part of … Continue reading

  • A Skeptic visits the Creation Museum

    Searching for the elusive answer to a persistent question concerning the seeming gullibility of my fellow Americans—namely, why did 42 percent of adults surveyed this spring by Gallup say they believe that God created humans in their present form less … Continue reading

  • Are We Evolving Stupidity?

    Are we dumber than our grandparents? Social psychologists are tracking IQ scores and noticed a decline in the last decade after a steady rise since the 1950s. Some wonder if the recent downturn reflects genes that have been eroding all … Continue reading

  • Bible May Solve Colossal Ancient Iceberg Riddle

    What is the recipe for making an iceberg? Scientists know the basics from watching polar-ice sheets. Huge chunks calve, slide off, and float away as icebergs. But that’s for modern icebergs. New research reveals evidence of ancient icebergs that would … Continue reading

  • Evolution in the Second Reich

    This year is the centenary of the beginning of what would become the bloodiest war in history up to that time. Thus at the time, it was called ‘the Great War’. The astronomical cost in life was meant to deter … Continue reading

  • Found at last: Franklin expedition ship lost in 1845

    Canada has found one of the two sunken British ships from Sir John Franklin’s 1845 expedition that disappeared in the Arctic, parts of the deck and mainmast intact. The wreck was discovered about 36 feet below the surface in Queen … Continue reading

  • Egyptian Ancient Artifacts Reveals History of Animal Extinction

    The Egyptian representation of animals made it easier for scientists to accumulate a detail record of large mammals. The scientist gathered the record of large mammals which lived in the Nile Valley 6,000 years ago. A novel study of this … Continue reading

  • Egyptian chronology and the Bible

    Egyptian chronology can be a challenging subject for biblical creationists. That’s because the secular, majority view about these chronologies extends further back than an objective reading of the biblical chronogenealogies allows for creation: a little over 6,000 years ago. These … Continue reading

  • Declaring the Unknown God

    Then Paul stood in the midst of the Areopagus and said, “Men of Athens, I perceive that in all things you are very religious; for as I was passing through and considering the objects of your worship, I even found … Continue reading

  • Did Neanderthals produce abstract art?

    Belying their reputation as the dumb cousins of early modern humans, Neanderthals created cave art, an activity regarded as a major cognitive step in the evolution of humankind, scientists reported on Monday in a paper describing the first discovery of … Continue reading

  • 15 Augustine Quotes That Helped Shape Modern Christian Thought

    Even though he though died on August 28, 430, the writings of Augustine of Hippo remain as theologically relevant and spiritually insightful as they did 1600 years ago. The man who became a beloved-Bishop and would eventually be remembered as … Continue reading

  • Walking fish holds clues to animal evolution?

    An unusual species of fish that can walk and breathe air shows that these animals may be more capable of adapting to life on land than previously thought, researchers say. The new findings may help explain how the ancient fish … Continue reading

  • Southwestern US Likely to Face ‘Megadrought’ this Century

    According to a study by researchers of Cornell University, University of Arizona and U. S. Geological Survey, the southwestern region is likely to experience a “megadrought” in future. The detailed findings were published in the Journal of Climate. The study … Continue reading

  • New Finds Reveal Fully-Human Neandertal

    The case for Neandertals as more primitive members of an evolutionary continuum that spans from apes to modern man continues to weaken. Genetic and archaeological finds are completely reshaping modern concepts of Neandertal men and women. Researchers interested in unraveling … Continue reading

  • Shipwreck: Phoenician Vessel Contains 2700-Year-Old Artifacts

    An ancient vessel that once transported Phoenicians around the Mediterranean Sea was found near the island of Malta with its cargo still remarkably intact, a team of archeologists from the U.S., France and Malta report. The shipwreck, believed to be … Continue reading

  • NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft passes orbit of Neptune

    On its way to an encounter with the dwarf planet Pluto, the NASA New Horizons spacecraft has passed its last major milestone (Neptune’s orbit) before its prime mission, to explore Pluto, the former ninth planet of our solar system, and … 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

  • 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

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