Birds have a remarkable ability to navigate by the Earth’s magnetic field, but scientists still have not found where that sense is located.
The whole field of artificial intelligence (AI) is fascinating and has a lot to teach about design in nature.
You often hear people compare the brain to a computer. After all, much like a computer, our brain seems to store information and regulate functions behind the scenes.
Skullduggery at the Watergate Hotel led to a presidential resignation. Now, evolutionists are committing foul play with aquaporins (cellular water gates), attributing exquisite design to evolution.
“A truly remarkable book….[L]eaves macroevolution sitting atop a boundary (or wall) with an outlook no better that that of Humpty Dumpty.”
“The process itself is so amazing. It transcends anything we know.” So says Ann Gauger of Biologic Institute in the new documentary Flight: The Genius of Birds.
He champions Darwinism, the sick man of science, without ever daring to meet the opposition head-on. Enough of this.
In 2004, the academic freedom of another Ball State University professor was challenged by an outside interest group. But university officials treated that professor in a dramatically different way from how they are treating Professor Eric Hedin. Why?
A while back at Jerry Coyne’s blog, Why Evolution Is True, contributor Greg Mayer wrote a post encouraging readers to buy a new 2013 book about the Cambrian explosion.
Wouldn’t you enjoy seeing Dr. Coyne rip Stephen Meyer’s new book, Darwin’s Doubt, to shreds right here at ENV?