Discovery: Spine Signals Ears to Maintain Balance
Bodies bounce while jogging or performing any number of other vigorous activities, usually without getting dizzy. However, bodies get dizzy when they are "bounced" from the outside, like while on a boat or airplane. What's the difference? Researchers pinpointed amazing new details behind the mechanism that maintains balance during voluntary motion, but their notion of its origins clearly misses the mark. More...
'Living Fossils' Point to Recent Creation
The creation of original, distinct creature kinds confronts the evolutionary teaching that animals can endlessly morph from one form to another. Recent news reports reveal two clear illustrations of sea creatures living and reproducing according to their kind right from the start. More...
Protoplanetary Disc Model Falls Flat
How did our solar system get here? Those who dismiss any possibility of creation imagine ways that pure natural forces might set in motion the sun, each unique planet and their moons. New computer modeling results seem to show promise—but only when they overlook or assume obvious and important factors. More...
Pitcher Plants Designed to Attract Bats
Even children learn that plants and animals depend on one another. Plants release oxygen for animals to breathe, and plants make food—mostly sugar—for animals to eat. In turn, animals produce carbon dioxide so plants can grow using sunlight. This ecological interdependence shows enough divine design to inspire any honest thinker to consider a Creator, but a recently discovered interaction between pitcher plants and bats shows even more. More...
Homo naledi, a New Human Ancestor?
A BBC News story reported on September 10 the discovery of a “new human-like species” in Africa, stating “researchers claim that the discovery will change ideas about our human ancestors.” As always, we at the Institute for Creation Research are extremely skeptical, taking such breaking news stories with a little more than a grain of salt. We have found that with more time and research, the preliminary spectacular claims of alleged “human ancestors” dissolve into a footnote, a non-story. More...
Dinosaur Footprints in Dallas
Spring rains flooded the Dallas area this year, including Lake Grapevine which is about 10 miles west of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR) campus. Record water levels submerged entire lakeside parks and adjacent roads. As the water slowly receded, it revealed a reshaped shoreline—and dinosaur tracks. What kinds of creatures made these marks? More...
Man and His Labor
Whatever our job may be, it can be regarded as serving Christ and helping to fulfill His primeval-dominion commandment, and even helping lead others to know Him. More...
- Sea Serpent on Danish Ship Prow
- Giant Galaxy Ring Shouldn't Exist
- Cell Feature Resembles Power Grid
- Undersea Monolith Reveals Genius Engineering
- New Horizons at Pluto
- Snakes with Legs?
- Jesus Lizard Runs on Water, Tramples Evolution
- A Real Jurassic World?
- Human Nucleome Reveals Amazing 4D World
- Scientists Describe Job's 'Springs of the Sea'
- Bacteria Metabolisms Are Like Computer Circuit Boards
- New Horizons, Pluto, and the Age of the Solar System
- Discovery: Volcanoes on Venus
- Solving the Missing Tropical Dinosaurs Mystery?