Language is an essential of any society. Sharing a common means to communicate is critical for any kind of relationship, from the most formal business relations, to the most close knit friendships. Anyone who doubts that should go to a country where they do not speak the language and try to speak with a native … Continue reading Language
A rarely discussed problem in the origins debate is that of reproduction. Reproductive processes come in several variants but the fact that there are variants at all challenges the standard explanation for evolution. In this article, we will briefly overview the types of reproduction that exist and discuss why each poses a challenge to evolutionary … Continue reading The Reproductive Problem
This thought came to me as I was working on a preceding article. Why is it we breathe? Oh sure there are physical reasons why we take every breath but how does our brain know we need to breathe? How do we explain that kind of knowledge? This article will be an examination of the … Continue reading Why do we breathe?
Perhaps one of the most unique, recognizable, colorful creatures on earth is the small reptilian chameleon. Its ability to camouflage itself to its surroundings is so widely recognized that the word "chameleon" has entered the dictionary in reference to a person who readily changes who they are to fit themselves into a situation. However, there … Continue reading Chameleons
This article is going to be very out of character for what I usually do here. Its going to be somewhat raw and emotional, I already know that before I even type the words. It will anger some, perhaps offend others, but it is what is on my heart. It was prompted by an accident. … Continue reading Why do flames go out?
One of the most unique creatures in the universe is coral, which comes in a vast array of shapes, sizes and types. While tiny individually, coral is the foundation of one of the most dramatic and colorful aspects of ocean life. Coral reefs are home to billions of individuals and millions of species. With such … Continue reading Coral
In writing the posts on the pages of this blog, I do my best to avoid politically contentious issues unless they somehow tie into the origins debate. I have, in the past, touched on issues like abortion, homosexuality, transgenderism and so on, but it has never been in a politically motivated vein. Instead I have … Continue reading In Defense of Life