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Eve’s getting older, scent of a bacterium, our “discomforting” museum, and more!
When evolutionary scientists speak of “mitochondrial Eve,” they may be referencing the biblical Eve, but the woman they have in mind isn’t quite the same.
Bacteria may seem like senseless life-forms, but researchers have discovered that the tiny organisms have a sense of smell.
Last week it was the oldest remains of the earth. This week, it’s the oldest remains of animals.
The exodus of youth from the church continues, but one evangelical casts doubt on the stopgap strategy of “wannabe cool” Christianity.
While we know our Creation Museum may be something of a headache for many evolutionists, this is the first we’ve heard of the widely acclaimed museum causing “discomfort” for visitors.
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