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A study of the roles that metals (both transition metals and alkali and alkaline earth metals) play in life shows that each has been uniquely designed by a wise Creator to carry out specific and complex functions essential for life.
Nitrogen constitutes the major component (approximately 78%) of our atmosphere, with oxygen following at about 21%, and carbon dioxide at 0.04%. Though carbon dioxide constitutes a minor part of the atmosphere, life, as we know it, could not exist without it.
Whereas carbon may be viewed as a LEGO® piece, carbon-based compounds are the whole LEGO® set as the same pieces are used to construct the multitude of life forms from plants to insects to humans each with very different structures and purposes.
Water, the most abundant compound on earth, perhaps in the solar system, has many properties that make it truly remarkable especially in regard to making earth habitable and life possible. Each of the following properties discussed here clearly shows that water is purposefully designed for making the earth habitable.
When we see Scripture refer to “invisible things” as being evidence for our Creator, do we often think of chemistry?
Every student in US public schools will likely come across pictures of the famous Miller-Urey experiment of 1953.
We’ve always heard that oil and water don’t mix, but sometimes water and water don’t mix.
Evolutionists hope the first chiral molecule discovered in interstellar space will shed light on the mystery of how life evolved its biochemical handedness.
Did caffeine evolve again and again or did our Common Designer provide many plants with the genes to make it?
What makes bones so strong? If they were made out of minerals alone, they would be too brittle and break.
Evolutionary scientists suggest a simple chemical candidate to carry genetic information in the earliest life forms.
The amazing story of how scientists struggled for years to duplicate an important bit of chemistry.
Newspapers across the United States carried headlines similar to that of The Cincinnati Post: “Key Ingredients for Life Found in Universe,” with the byline “Chemistry Happens Around Distant Stars.”