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The Human Eye More Intricate Than a Camera Lens

The Human Eye More Intricate Than a Camera Lens

Isn’t the human eye so much more intricate than the best camera lens in the world? We expect a high-priced optical photographic lens to undergo an extensive amount of intentional funding, planning and development, yet we’re expected to believe that the human eye, the retina and their complexity that are far more inconceivable than Canon’s famous L-glass, […]

Penguin’s Secret to Fast Swimming

Penguin’s Secret to Fast Swimming

By ICR.org: Penguins are fast swimmers, but they shouldn’t be. As they rocket themselves through the water and onto overlying ice shelves, the drag of water friction is supposed to be too great. Researchers… …noticed air bubbles jacketing penguins during their boisterous ascents, and that led them to question if penguins use air to accelerate […]

Proteins Are Unable to Evolve

Proteins Are Unable to Evolve

The following scientific articles give evidence to the vast complexity of proteins and their genuine inability to gradually evolve from simple to complex. Proteins are large biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids. Proteins perform a vast array of functions within living organisms, including catalyzing metabolic reactions, replicating DNA, responding to stimuli, and transporting molecules from one location […]

1000′s of People Download Movie that ’Disproves Evolution’

1000′s of People Download Movie that ’Disproves Evolution’

A new documentary that Ray Comfort, the controversial New Zealand-born author, TV host and producer of the movie says “completely debunks evolution within its first 16 minutes” has been made available as a download, and with a week more than six thousand people had downloaded the pre-release of the full 38 minute documentary.

“Brave New World”: Scientists Clone First Human Embryo

“Brave New World”: Scientists Clone First Human Embryo

The “brave new world” of human cloning apparently has arrived, and critics are waving the warning flags. Oregon-based scientists reported Wednesday, May 15, they had cloned human embryos, reportedly the first successful attempt at such cloning, as a means of producing embryonic stem cells.

Anti-Darwinism Book leans towards Creationism, Scientists up in Arms

Anti-Darwinism Book leans towards Creationism, Scientists up in Arms

Because Thomas Nagel’s book “Mind and Cosmos” sympathizes more with intelligent design than Neo-Darwinism, scientists across the globe are up in arms.

Smart Simulation Technology to Extend our Senses

Smart Simulation Technology to Extend our Senses

Imagine shopping for clothes online and being able to run your hand across the screen on your computer or smartphone to feel the fabrics. That kind of simulation technology could be available within the next five years.

The God of the Snowflakes

The God of the Snowflakes

By Rick Marschall, ANS, Dec. 31, 2012: One of the great Sunday pages of the Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz shows Linus walking outside while it is snowing. He looks up, he catches snowflakes on his hand… and goes wild when he sees that two are identical. He rushes to show them off, but […]

Why the Argument of Suboptimal Design Doesn’t Hold Up

Why the Argument of Suboptimal Design Doesn’t Hold Up

By Jonathan M., Evolutionnews, Dec. 20, 2012: I recently received correspondence from a chess Grand Master I know. As an atheist, and an adherent of evolutionary orthodoxy, he wanted to know how I, an ID (Intelligent Design) advocate, would respond to the problem of poor or suboptimal design in nature — an argument to which, […]

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