Evolutionists recently announced a stunning find in the Utah desert. An article, published in the peer-reviewed science journal Nature detailed this amazing find. A research team out of the University of Southern California and the University of Chicago discovered a small mammalian skull in rock labeled as being from the Cretaceous period. The discovery is shocking because … Continue reading Cifelliodon
I am finally drawing my series on the days of creation to a close. It has taken me far longer than it should have, but there have been so many interesting topics to cover that this has been laid on the backburner. In previous articles, we have discussed the first five days of the universe, … Continue reading Creation Day Six
Chemical reactions occur every day. They take place all around us and inside us. However, many of these chemical reactions would either be impossible or far too slow to be of any use to life. They require a catalyst, something to either jumpstart the reaction or speed it up to a rate that is useful … Continue reading Enzymes: Catalysts of Life
A recent study out of the University of Kent claims to have pieced together a portion of the genome of dinosaurs. If their claim is true, that is a massive accomplishment. However, the team of researchers made a critical assumption that led them to this conclusion. This assumption laid a shaky foundation for the research … Continue reading Dinosaur Genome?
Animals do amazing things. Some migrate thousands of miles across oceans without either chart or map to guide them. Others build nests from scratch without any instructions. Still others follow extreme rituals to win a mate. How do these animals know to do these innate behaviors? What causes them to do what they do? The … Continue reading Instincts
In a recent study by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, researchers tracked the migration of a single whale shark. Named Anna, this female shark swam over twelve thousand miles on her migration route from an island off the coast of Panama, to the Marianna Trench near Guam in the central Pacific Ocean. This remarkable migration … Continue reading Migrations
As part of my attempt to always be increasing my knowledge of biology and science in general, I have discovered a wonderful resource on Youtube, provided by MIT. Essentially they film the lectures for a number of their courses and post them to YouTube for the public to view. This is an excellent resource for … Continue reading DNA Code and Common Ancestry