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Even mathematicians—studying the rules that underlie reality—are tied up in knots over the surprising twists of “knot theory.”
Some realities of nature are so common that we don’t even stop to ask why. Like round trees.
Try standing barefoot on a pile of snow and see how long you last. Ducks do it all the time and aren’t bothered. How is this possible?
Your ears are delicate instruments, fine-tuned to hear a wide range of noises. What keeps them from being ripped apart by violent waves of loud vibrations?
One-third of the world’s sugar comes from the lowly sugar beet. But God stored other treasures in this tuber, which we’re just beginning to exploit.
People often refer to rock layers as though the earth is made of solid rock, impervious to water. Thankfully, this isn’t true.
It’s easy to see why dogs are a hunter’s best friend. But sailors? Go topside to examine a swabbie’s shoe, and you’ll find your answer.
A fish with sunburn? Not a chance! God provided a wash-free, eco-friendly sunscreen we hope to imitate.
How can we better protect athletes from concussions? A newly discovered woodpecker design may help.
God designed a clever coat of insulation that makes life a breeze for animals that call the arctic their home.
Can you imagine a plant that is nutritious, grows rapidly without special care, has medicinal value, and provides chemicals to purify water in remote places?
Ant behavior may help us save lives. Creation is overflowing with such practical ideas and possible solutions to our most vexing problems.
The orb weaver has a unique “stay away” warning system that has inspired new technology to save birds’ lives.
Jewish scientists have discovered an amazing species of rhubarb that “irrigates itself” through the advanced irrigation system on its broad leaves.
The Melanophila beetle is one of many creatures that actually hunt for fires.
Robert Kearns was inspired by the superb design of our eyelids.
Mankind was not the first to invent glass. Since creation, untold trillions of little creatures, called diatoms, have made their homes out of glass.
Food-gathering slime molds can build a complex network as efficient as Tokyo’s rail system in just 24 hours, without giving it a second thought!
Since creation, water striders have been skipping effortlessly across lakes and ponds. The secret is an ingenious design that only the Great Designer could have invented.
Taking a closer look at the equine leg bone, scientists have discovered unexpected features giving amazing strength and may inspire new engineering ideas.
The peregrine falcon comes equipped with all the necessary technology to defy deadly speeds.
The intricate folding of the beech leaf is an ingenious design. Scientists are using patterns found in nature.
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