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  • Science Site Rationalizes Sales of Baby Body Parts

    The video that shocked the nation—Planned Parenthood selling fetal organs—is whitewashed by a science website. This is a story about how evil can be spun to be not quite so evil. On Live Science, Rachael Rattner asks of Planned Parenthood, “How … Continue reading

  • Newer Chimp Hands Are Irrelevant to Human Exceptionalism

    On even the slightest pretexts, science reporting seeks to undermine the exceptional place of human beings in nature. Case in point? A study in the journal Nature Communications, “The evolution of human and ape hand proportions,” concludes that human hands are … Continue reading

  • In Europe, Euthanasia Is Not a Human Right

    Two cases were brought to the European Court of Human Rights, hoping for a Canada-style EU-wide imposition of euthanasia as a fundamental right. Case dismissed. From the story in the Telegraph: The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a right-to-die case … Continue reading

  • Ethical Stem Cells Grow Tiny Human Hearts

    Remember when THE SCIENTISTS! insisted that embryonic stem cells and human cloning were the ONLY HOPE to create a vibrant regenerative medical sector? People bought the mendacity, and as one consequence, California is now stuck with the borrow-and-spend-billions boondoggle known as the … Continue reading

  • A Response to Planned Parenthood

    The recently released video of Planned Parenthood’s senior director of medical services extolling the virtues of selling the body parts of heinously aborted babies exposes a new level of callous wickedness. It has long been a stain on our country having to … Continue reading

  • Can they all be wrong?

    If ‘science’ and ‘all those scientists’ have shown evolution to be valid, how can anyone claim otherwise? Much of the resistance we meet in the creation science ministry is vaguely based upon this sort of notion. It is fairly easy … Continue reading

  • Pluto Is Young

    The New Horizons science team is stunned by surface features on Pluto and its large moon Charon that cannot be billions of years old. In the video, Deputy Project Scientist Cathy Olkin excitedly described the huge canyons and cliffs, the … Continue reading

  • Helping Us to Launch ID Inquiry, Michael Behe Explains Irreducible Complexity

    On a new episode of our popular podcast ID the Future, hear the first edition of a new segment of the program, ID Inquiry, in which ID scientists and scholars answer your questions about intelligent design and evolution. Ask your question by … Continue reading

  • Where Are the Earth’s Impact Craters?

    The number of impact craters on Earth is almost negligible compared to Mars and the moon. Can erosion explain this? Scientists have estimated that there must be about 340 undiscovered meteor craters on the Earth, Science Daily reports. Only 188 have been … Continue reading

  • Trash Be Gone: Why Are Biologists Lashing Out Against Empirically Verified Research Results?

    Is the vast majority of the human genome useless junk or crucial for cellular function? Scientists are split over this question, with evolutionary biologists principally holding the former viewpoint, and molecular biologists the latter. In our era of advanced biological … Continue reading

  • Admit It: Mars Is Lifeless

    How much longer does the public have to be told that Mars “might” have life or space aliens “could” be found soon? A writer for New Scientist is concerned about the cost of protecting Mars from contamination. But the argument bears on … Continue reading

  • Discovery: Volcanoes on Venus

    The tortured surface of Venus appears to have been formed through recent geologic processes, and its rocks contain no record of deep time.1 What if Venus were young rather than 4.5 billion years old? It would explain quite a bit, including … Continue reading

  • The Lake Missoula flood—clues for the Genesis Flood

    It is difficult to comprehend fully the immense, almost unimaginable power of the Genesis Flood—because of its sheer size. Its vast volume of water would affect the rates of erosion and sediment deposition in ways not comparable to anything happening … Continue reading

  • Did Jesus believe Genesis?

    R.N. from the UK writes: I am a 6 day young earth creationist like yourselves, and look forward to reading Jonathan Sarfati’s “The Genesis Account”. I remember reading somewhere that Jesus quoted x amount of times from Gen. 1–11, but … Continue reading

  • Is Artificial Intelligence Possible?

    Over the past half-century, Artificial Intelligence has been all the rage among computer scientists, and among many other scientists and philosophers and the general public. Can machines think? Is it possible that a computer could have intentions and desires and … Continue reading

  • Expanding the Kingdom? Are thriving churches influencing the surrounding culture?

    As I write, my inbox is full of emails from around the world on the so-called gay marriage debate. The current conservative UK government is moving to support same-sex unions; New Zealand just passed legislation legalizing same, and Australia seems likely … Continue reading

  • Mimicking Seahorse Tails Could Lead to Better Robots

    An article at Live Science, “Seahorse’s Amazing Tail Could Inspire Better Robots,” describes a paper in Science on the unique shape of the tail of the seahorse. Researchers propose that its shape could provide improved architecture for robotic appendages: Seahorses are of special … Continue reading

  • Will Pluto Surprise Scientists?

    First-time encounters have a long history of shocking planetary scientists with unexpected features. It’s about time for Pluto. Since New Horizons was launched in 2006, Pluto went from planet to minor planet to plutoid to dwarf planet. The Plutonians surely don’t care … Continue reading

  • Solving the Missing Tropical Dinosaurs Mystery?

    One of the unsolved mysteries of secular science is why so few dinosaurs are found in rocks from supposed tropical regions, especially the Triassic system rocks. Jessica Whiteside of the University of Southampton, UK and her colleagues from eight other … Continue reading

  • The seven-day cycle

    What is the origin of the names we use for the days of the week? It doesn’t take long to discover they are identified with seven pagan gods associated with the five major planets plus the sun and moon. This … Continue reading

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