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The problem of poisons is considered, and it is concluded that a false dichotomy exists between poisonous and non-poisonous chemicals.
the last dodo died in the late 1600s. A careful recent examination of the dodo has revealed that many common perceptions about the bird are incorrect.
A decade ago, Prévot and Coe (and colleagues) reported in three papers the evidence they had found of extremely rapid changes of the Earth’s magnetic field recorded in lava flows at Steens Mountain.
The evolutionist view of the origin of homosexuality in contrast to the creationist explanation is reviewed.
New 'proofs' such as the guppies and the nematode are regularly voiced by evolutionists and just as regularly forgotten without the public ever hearing that they support creation.
One of the most fascinating stories about the effects of evolution on human relations is the story of Ota Benga, a pygmy who was put on display in a zoo.
Scientists have found God’s greatness even in one of the most minute phenomena—human tears.
The so-called ‘simple’ and ‘primitive’ eye of a trilobite is an incredibly complex optical system.
If the mammary glands, or breasts of animals that nurse their young, evolved slowly over millions of years, how did the young survive until these complex organs were perfected?
Man is proud of his ability to travel at breathtaking speeds in his machines.
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