by Brian Thomas, M.S. | Nov. 21, 2016
Spiral Wonder of the Spider Web
Evolutionists, true to their worldview, call this amazing ability of the cheliceriforms nothing more than a unique adaptation.More...
Are Sharks and People Related?
Evolutionary naturalism (as taught in American taxpayer-paid public schools) preaches that every living thing came from an unknown, unobserved common ancestor billions of years ago that—conveniently—left no fossil trace.More...
"Ear Ye, Ear Ye"
Creative design and organization is seen throughout the hearing process, starting with our eardrum that functions as a resonator. The faintest sound people can hear is due to the eardrum moving a mere one tenth the diameter of a hydrogen atom.More...
Twenty-first century research has now revealed that bee vision is more complex than anyone thought.More...
- Fruit Flies in the Face of Macroevolution
- Tiny Machines, Eiffel Tower, and Gecko Feet
- Creation, Corruption, and Cholera
- PB & J (Painful Blisters and Jellies)
- All Out War in the Cornfield
- Worshipping the Creator or the Creation?
- The Devastating Issue of Dinosaur Tissue
- That Troubling Laryngeal Nerve?
- Evolution and Malaria
- Origin of the Oceans
- Butterflies vs. Macroevolution
- Gene Mutation Makes Tot Stronger
- Ammonite Evolution?