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Category: Science

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Founders of Idaho Creation Museum urge visitors to think critically

    A group in the Boise area is in the midst of fundraising for a new attraction in the Northwest. It’ll be called the Northwest Science Museum. They envision a 350,000-square-foot space full of fossils, rocks and animal specimens. But this … Continue reading

  • Antarctic ice at all-time high, but climate change still to blame

    Is there anything climate change won’t affect? In this most recent development, NASA reports that sea ice coverage surrounding Antarctica has exceeded 20 million square kilometers – the largest area it’s covered since measurement began in 1979. Is this proof … Continue reading

  • Indonesian cave art: oldest hand stencil yet

    For years, Europe has boasted the oldest examples of prehistoric cave art – a testament to the arrival of anatomically modern humans some 45,000 years ago, their budding creativity, and their ability to think symbolically. Southeast Asia may give Europe … Continue reading

  • Nobel Prize: How LEDs change the world

    Three scientists took home the Nobel Prize for physics Tuesday for “the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources,” according to the Nobel committee. Previously, the lights were limited to red and … Continue reading

  • Oceans of water deep inside the earth

    News reports of “oceans of water locked 400 miles inside Earth” have caught people’s imagination, arousing mental pictures of water slopping around in vast underground reservoirs. One report said “Massive ‘ocean’ discovered towards Earth’s core.” Not so vivid was the … Continue reading

  • Vital Function Found for Whale ‘Leg’ Bones

    Few animal traits are trotted out as illustrations of evolution as often as the whale’s supposed vestigial hip bones. Defenders of evolution ask why else would a whale, which has no hind limbs, have hip bones unless they are all … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Expert: Creationism Threatens Human Rights

    Creationism is defined as a literal interpretation of the Bible and the rejection of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Creationists believe that the world is not billions of years old, but rather thousands. Christian Creationists believe that the world was created … Continue reading

  • Australopith Child Gets an Academic Spanking

    A fossil group of alleged evolutionary human ancestors called australopithecines—all quite ape-like in their features—have traditionally been uncooperative as transitional forms. Now the famous Taung child, a supposed example exhibiting early transitional developmental skull features has been debunked. One of … Continue reading

  • Thousands of Mountains Discovered on Ocean Floor

    Scientists have discovered thousands of new mountains in the unlikeliest of places: The seafloor. The seamounts — more specifically, underwater volcanoes — revealed themselves as part of a new ocean floor–mapping project conducted by researchers at California’s Scripps Institution of … Continue reading

  • Science Guy predicts end of creationism is nigh

    Creationists — people who reject evolution — are going to die out within the next two decades, Bill Nye predicted on Wednesday. “In another 20 years, those guys will be just about out of business,” Nye said during an appearance … 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

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