Category: Biology

Pre-Flood vrs Post-Flood diversity

Pre-Flood vrs Post-Flood diversity

Something that intrigues people who think about the pre-flood world is, what would it have looked like? Besides the climate considerations, which tend to be the focus of the conversation when the pre-fall world comes up, there is the question of what did the pre-fall organisms look like? While there is no definitive way know, … Continue reading Pre-Flood vrs Post-Flood diversity

Vestigial Muscles

Vestigial Muscles

A recent article from Science News has the evolutionary community buzzing. They seem to think they have accomplished something special with this article. The article, on the muscles in a human embryo, makes some claims about embryology that are quite startling. According to the article, human embryos exhibit muscles that are not found in adults … Continue reading Vestigial Muscles

Cheetah: Fast by Design

Cheetah: Fast by Design

The cheetah is immortalized in popular culture as the fastest land animals.  However, there is a lot more to the cheetah than pure speed. They are graceful, beautiful cats, with  a unique classification and a potential baraminological position change required.  These gorgeous cats demonstrate design in a myriad of ways which will be explored in … Continue reading Cheetah: Fast by Design

Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence

Some of you may remember the extensive series we did at the end of last year and into this year on baraminology methods and proposing our own model, the enhanced cognitum model.  One of the tenets of the model is that, in the absence of hybridization information, the morphology of the organism should be the … Continue reading Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence