Renewable energy from hornets?
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Mammoth issues in the news
Mice grow younger in genetic rejuvenation
Human teeth in Israel raise long-age eyebrows
Dino date collides with impact theory
Cricket didn’t change in 100 million years of evolution?
Yet another failure of evolutionary theory
A flick of the tail
It’s life … whoops, no it isn’t!
More veggie dinos than ever
Amazing new brain facts
Humpback whale flipper inspires fan design
Brilliant engineering: the weevil ‘hip’-and-leg joint
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Sun and Planets ‘constructed differently’
Water ‘Just right for life’
Much to learn about biology
Mutation rate varies between families
Really focus on the one above, we are passing away much faster than we thought a short time back.
Adios, evolutionary theory, adios
Seeing with sound
Think about the one above too, really think about it.
Fish genes are going, going …
Doubting Dutch debate death
Fewer dinosaur species
Whale graveyard Mystery in Chile
Amino acid alphabet soup?
Evolution New Articles inside...
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How to Teach Evolution
Why Abiogenesis Is Impossible
Interview with Don Richardson- Part 1
Interview with Don Richardson- Part 2
Interview with Don Richardson- Part 3
SCIENTIFIC FACTS & EVOLUTION
Even though "Pastor" Charles Darwin taught that it was the woman who was closer to the monkey than the man. "Darwin concluded that adult females of most species resembled the young of both sexes and from this and the other evidence, "reasoned that males are more evolutionarily advanced than females" (Kevles, 1986:8). Many anthropologists contemporary to Darwin concluded that "women's brains were analogous to those of animals," which had "overdeveloped" sense organs "to the detriment of the brain" (Fee, 1979:418). Carl Vogt, a University of Geneva natural history professor who accepted many of "the conclusions of England's great modern naturalist, Charles Darwin," argued that "the child, the female, and the senile white" all had the intellect and nature of the "grown up Negro" (1863:192)."
PHYSICISTS COMMENT ON GEOCENTRICITY by Gerardus D. Bouw, Ph.D.
A study by Stanford University researchers using new imaging techniques has announced stunning results. Stephen Smith, the study’s senior author, is cited as claiming that they had found that the brain’s complexity is beyond anything they’d imagined, “almost to the point of being beyond belief”. In our cerebral cortex alone, it turns out that there are over 125 trillion synapses. That’s “about how many stars fill 1,500 Milky Way galaxies”. Each one of these connections also functions like a microprocessor. Each synapse in turn, it is now clear, contains about 1,000 molecular switches of its own. The conclusion? “A single human brain has more switches than all the computers and routers and Internet connections on Earth.”
The more we find out about the intricacies of creation, the more unlikely it is that it is all the result of natural processes, with no designing intelligence.
Human brain has more switches than all computers on Earth, news.cnet.com, 17 November 2010.