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Dinosaurs could not have gone extinct millions of years ago because Earth isn’t that old!
Is God really there? Find out the answer to this question and more by doing some fun science experiments.
Some proponents of catastrophic global warming are finally admitting that the actual global temperature is not rising as fast as their models predict.
Imagine a plant that’s sensitive to its surroundings and responds accordingly. Sound like science fiction? It’s not!
Rusty old iron is toxic to our bodies. Yet God designed all living things to depend on a steady supply of iron.
Learn how water helps preserve life on earth.
Perform a fun experiment to discover just how strong seeds can be.
Have you ever thought about how much air weighs?
Try an experiment with optical illusions!
Do fossils require millions of years to form?
How strong are eggshells? Try this fun experiment to find out!
Have you ever heard of chromatography?
Did you know that many scientific discoveries are inspired by the wonders that God has created in the world around us?
An engineering team at Princeton University is using biomimicry to develop cheaper solar panels that will absorb more sunlight.
Do you have any suggestions for a science fair project?
With a name like the “Dead Sea,” you would think that nothing could live there.
In a controversial study, scientists have shown that some bacteria can substitute arsenic in place of phosphorus in their DNA.
The Bible and science are not opposed to each other.
Rather than a leftover from our supposed animal ancestors, arm-swinging is part of the unique design given humans by their Creator.
Bats and dolphins possess amazingly similar abilities to echolocate
The population of the earth only makes sense if the earth is thousands of years old, not millions.
Florence Nightingale believed God had a special plan for her life.
The gardens at the Creation Museum are in beautiful bloom and so are many flowers in our own backyards.
About two-thirds of the surface of the earth is covered by water.
Recently, people all around the world celebrated Earth Day.
Two teams of researchers have created a machine that can do the work of scientists.
We’ve learned from scientists that all plants, animals, and humans store information about what they look like on something called DNA.
Would your family ever take a summer vacation to the North Pole?
Several people groups live in the Arctic region. Most of these people were born in the Arctic.
We know that the wise men brought precious gifts to Jesus to honor Him as King.Why not make a beautiful star ornament and take it to someone who doesn’t know Jesus?