“The scientific facts speak for design.”
A biochemist at the University of Toronto explains why he thinks it’s a smart tactic for Darwinists to respond to skeptics by taunting them with infantile insult terms.
Let’s examine some of the main early hominin fossils and the debates surrounding them.
The reality is much stranger, and even more suggestive of intelligent design.
Fantastic footage of a Central American web-casting spider as it lowers the boom on an innocent and somewhat clueless cricket.
The mystery of why nature prefers left-handed amino acids remains, well, a mystery.
Our uniform experience with such systems insistently proposes that the best explanation is intelligent design.
Drew Berry’s own amazement at what he’s showing us is itself a moving testament to the evident design at work here.
The myth of Junk Body Parts takes another blow.
Our paper in BIO-Complexity has sparked some discussion with its claim “that no living organism is able to use it [lignin] as a sole carbon and energy source.”