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  • 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

  • Pluto To Regain Its Planetary Status?

    It appears the debate is hotting-up again and that Pluto may return to its status as the ninth planet. One thing for sure, My “Pluto 1830-2006, (R)evolve (I)n (P)eace” T-shirt is destined to a holding pattern in my closet while … 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

  • Wired: Would Life Evolve the Same Way?

    In his fourth-floor lab at Harvard University, Michael Desai has created hundreds of identical worlds in order to watch evolution at work. Each of his meticulously controlled environments is home to a separate strain of baker’s yeast. Every 12 hours, … 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

  • 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

  • Answering fools’ folly

    For many Christians today, it might seem that the Bible uses quite harsh language to describe certain of their friends and loved ones—those who don’t believe in God. It calls them ‘fools’: “The fool says in his heart, ‘There is … 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

  • Creation researchers seek to prove Genesis

    Most scientists believe Darwin got it right: Single-celled creatures evolved into complex ones, a process of natural selection and genetic adaptation that over eons turned a primordial swamp into shape-shifting cells, into ape-like primates, into people. His theory is taught … 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

  • Physicist: There’s no such thing as black holes

    Black holes are thought to form when massive stars collapse in on themselves and create gravitational vacuums from which even light cannot escape. However, if a collapsing star were to lose too much mass during its destruction, it would no … Continue reading

  • A Matter of Faith—movie review

    On September 26, 2014 a new movie by Christian filmmaker Rich Christiano (Time Changers, Jonathan Sperry, and Unidentified) will debut on screens across America. In this venture Rich (and his writer brother Dave), tackle the issue of creation vs. evolution … Continue reading

  • Fossil Shows ‘Early Complex Multicellular Life’

    Tiny spheroidal fossils from a formation in South China provide insights into the early evolutionary history of complex multicellular life, according to scientists from Virginia Tech and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. While the exact identity and affinities of these … Continue reading

  • Big Bang Fizzles under Lithium Test

    Secular astrophysicists often talk about “primordial nucleosynthesis” as though it were a historical event like Washington crossing the Delaware. In theory, it describes how certain conditions—not God’s handiwork—during an early Big Bang universe somehow cobbled together the first elements. However, … Continue reading

  • Evolutionist explains why creationism matters

    Why does creationism matter so much? Scientifically, of course, it’s nonsense. Evolution is actually true. But why should this particular bit of nonsense get so many people so very upset? All of the polling evidence and surveys I know of … Continue reading

  • Ken Ham / Bill Nye Debate Analysis

    In a well publicized debate at the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum Ken Ham debated Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ on the topic, “Is creation a viable model of origins in a modern scientific age?” This video analyses the debate … 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

  • 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

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