Plant-Eating Dinosaurs Consumed Crabs

Paleontologists found bits of crustacean shell inside well-preserved dinosaur dung. Besides being a first-time discovery, these dietary supplements challenge the herbivore status of the hadrosaurs that ate them. They also raise questions about why dinosaurs would deviate from their normal diet.

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Science and Theology [Podcast]

What you believe about Genesis impacts both faith and science. In this series, ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert unravels the mysteries of the Ice Age, hermeneutics, geological dating methods, and more. How should Christians respond to old-earth arguments? Can we view scientific research through the lens of Scripture? And how should we to respond to those who compromise the first book of the Bible?

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Whale Evolution

In 1859, Darwin speculated that bears evolved into whales. But does this story hold water?

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Trilobites Can't Stomach Darwinism

Trilobites were fascinating invertebrates that inhabited pre-Flood ocean bottoms. They were fossilized when “primitive” life supposedly was just getting started, but the complexity of these animals is unparalleled. New trilobite anatomical discoveries contradict previous evolutionary beliefs about their digestive systems.

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Evolutionists Embrace Time Travel and Alternate Histories

Recently, secular scientists revealed their speculation of alternate evolutionary histories by studying a protein they supposed existed half a billion years ago. Using a large “set of genetic variants” from “a resurrected version of an ancient protein” they theoretically discovered “a myriad of other ways that evolution could have” occurred. Are they on to something valid or is this another unsupported speculation?

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Massive Genetic Study Purporting Human Evolution Debunked

The recent publication of a research paper evoked such headlines as “Massive genetic study shows how humans are evolving.” Despite the improvement of health-care technology, many other studies indicate that chronic human disease is increasing worldwide—and that mutations are commonly associated with disease, not upward evolutionary improvement.

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Plant's Odor Sensing System Demonstrates Engineered Adaptability

Recent studies describing sophisticated plant traits, and some of the insects that feed on those plants, highlight how biology may be interpreted very differently. But usually, these interpretations are largely dependent on a researcher’s preexisting beliefs about the origins of living things.

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