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Michael Stamp - Any alteration in a cell’s DNA sequence is a mutation. These changes can come from copying errors, exposure to chemicals or radiation, or from an infection. But other types of genetic changes can come from purposeful genetic mechanisms...

/article/the-plate-twirler-and-our-solar-system
Michael Stamp - Imagine opening a door to a room and seeing a plate spinning on a stick with a spin rate that makes it wobble. Then imagine you shut the door and go back in time three minutes. What would you expect to see when you open the door the second time?...

A Prayer for ICR - Jun 30, 2021
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Michael Stamp - This month we invite you to join us in a prayer for the Institute for Creation Research’s ministry. Dear Jesus, Creator of all, we seek to glorify Your name in everything we do. Thank you for the countless supporters who’ve...

/article/mutation-design-and-randomness
Michael Stamp - Article highlights: • A genetic mutation is a change—most are bad and some are good. • Evolutionists claim that good mutations come from random processes. • Genetic mutations that demonstrate evidence of being truly...

/article/building-a-perfectly-optimal-flying-machine
Michael Stamp - For thousands of years, people have dreamed of flying because they witnessed birds and knew it was possible. Inspired by a study of birds, the Wright brothers created the first functional flying machine in 1903.1 What does it take to build a...

Casting the Vision - Sep 30, 2020
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Michael Stamp - Each workday morning, the Institute for Creation Research staff meets for a time of devotion and prayer. Dr. Brian Thomas recently led our group and related how God’s hand and perfect timing played out in his journey to ICR. In the early...

/article/covid-19-infection-rates-lower-at-high-altitudes
Michael Stamp - On March 24, 2020, we ran a news article about how warmer weather appeared to hamper COVID-19 infections.1 New evidence could indicate that high altitudes might limit the spread of the disease as well. A recent report details how high-altitude...

/article/warm-weather-and-covid-19
Michael Stamp - Higher temperatures appear to correlate with a lower spread rate for the coronavirus, according to an early hypothesis.1 The climate seems to have an impact on other respiratory viruses like the SARS virus. The most recent analysis, developed by...

/article/iss-commander-returns-from-space
Michael Stamp - Col. Jeff Williams took his Bible with him to space. He posted this on Facebook, May 22: “Sunday thought…60 days into the stay at this orbital outpost. The weeks are flying by and they have been incredibly productive. Three of our...

/article/providence-provision-purpose-videoconference
Michael Stamp - On June 17, 2016, Col. Timothy Kopra turned over command of the International Space Station (ISS) to Col. Jeff Williams as Expedition 47 ended and 48 began. After completing 186 days in space, Expedition 47 crew members returned home. NASA...

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