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  • Chromosome Comparison Shows More Chimp-Human Differences

    by Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D. Since the original 2005 chimpanzee genome report, researchers obtained and made available for public use additional chimpanzee DNA sequences, courtesy of federal tax dollars.1 However, this new chimpanzee DNA sequence is somewhat flawed—it is not represented on … Continue reading

  • Human-Chimp DNA Comparison Research Yields Lower Genetic Similarity

    The ICR life sciences team has completed the second phase of its project comparing human and chimp DNA sequence. As we reported in a previous research column, 40,000 purportedly random chimpanzee DNA sequences were obtained from the National Center for … Continue reading

  • Behemoth: A Tail Like a Cedar?

    In His description of behemoth, God states emphatically that the creature “moves his tail like a cedar” (Job 40:17). Yet many commentators have insisted that behemoth is to be identified as either the elephant, or more likely, the hippopotamus (cf. … Continue reading

  • Has Einstein’s Limit on the Speed of Light Been Broken?

    A consortium of 174 scientists at the CERN and LNGS laboratories announced on September 23, 2011, that they had observed neutrinos traveling 0.0024 percent faster than the speed of light.1 If true, this could unravel Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity, or … Continue reading

  • Semantics, Variation and Migration

    This week I am responding to a comment left on Facebook and two left on the Creation Revolution website.  I hope you all find the responses helpful. From Facebook: Common Sense, Miracles, and the Apparent Age of the Earth From … Continue reading

  • Human-Chimp Genetic Similarity: Is the Evolutionary Dogma Valid?

    One of the major missions in ICR’s current research emphasis is to scientifically challenge the evolutionary tree of life as a valid biological paradigm.1 A common manifestation of this evolutionary dogma is the claim that humans are 95 to 99 … Continue reading

  • The Search for Earth-like Planets

    Improved technology is leading to interesting new findings regarding extrasolar planets. NASA’s current list of exoplanets includes 403 objects. Research efforts including the Spitzer Space Telescope, the Wide Area Search for Planets (WASP), and Kepler have recently helped discover extrasolar … Continue reading

  • Discovery Channel Program: How the Universe Works

    Seems Like ‘Science’ but Really Promoting a Worldview Showing in Australia this year has been the Discovery Channel TV program How the Universe Works. The episode titled Big Bang has commentaries by theoretical physicists Profs Lawrence Krauss and Michio Kaku among others, … Continue reading

  • Ludwig Wittgenstein: Darwin Doubter

    German Jewish-Christian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein (26 April 1889–29 April 1951) is considered one of the greatest philosophers of the 20th century.1 He played a pivotal role in the development of 20th-Century analytic philosophy and continues to influence current philosophical thought … Continue reading

  • Beware of Paleoenvironmental Deductions

    As a reader of the geological literature, I am amazed by the paleoenvironmental interpretations that are often made. Rarely do the researchers qualify their interpretations with “possibly”, “maybe”, or other such words to indicate uncertainty. We read, for example, that … Continue reading

  • Our Sensational Sun

    Growing up in Arizona, we had lots of sunshine.  With an average rainfall of only 7.5 inches a year, we didn’t have that many cloudy days.  Now I live in northern Kentucky where we have more cloudy days than sunny … Continue reading

  • A Revealing Look at the World’s Religious Belief Systems

    A review of Discovering God by Rodney Stark HarperOne, New York, 2007 Rodney Stark is professor of Social Sciences at Baylor University, and is a prolific author and renowned scholar in the field of sociology of religion. This new book is … Continue reading

  • ‘Demon Reptile’ Is Not a Missing Link

    The skull of a previously unknown dinosaur with interesting teeth and a unique head shape was uncovered in Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. The technical description that appeared in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B claimed that this creature bridged … Continue reading

  • Japan and the Genesis Flood – Part 2

    In yesterday’s article we looked at a comparison of the Sendai earthquake and the fountains of the deep bursting forth at the time of the Genesis Flood.  Today, we are going to take a little closer look at the magnitude … Continue reading

  • Saving the Other Patient

    Lita Cosner Chats with Prenatal Medical Researcher Dr Larry Thaete Dr Larry Thaete received a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Pathobiology from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He works as a medical research scientist researching … Continue reading

  • Evolutionist attacks CMI’s magazine

    ‘Creation magazine is purposely inaccurate and distorts the truth,’ claims evolutionist A skeptic, “J”, wrote a response to “S” who had given him a copy of Creation magazine. He first makes an attack on the issue in general, then specifically … Continue reading

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