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By Melissa Webb The latest craze is to learn what DNA tests reveal about family heritage. When an adoptive Christian family decided to look beneath the surface, however, they discovered a more amazing truth, providing powerful evidence that we are all one race, or “one blood,” just as the Bible teaches. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Ken Ham When you think of fossils, you probably picture dinosaurs, trilobites, or other exotic and extinct creatures. But did you know there are many examples of much more familiar creatures throughout the fossil record? A Order your copy of Living Fossils today! And, contrary to what the article states, these ducks are certainly not the only example of modern birds buried with dinosaurs. We find fossilized parrots, albatrosses, loons, owls, flamingos, penguins, sandpipers, and more buried in the same layers as dinosaurs. And one evolutionary researcher claimed that such evidence supports the idea that “most or all of [More]
Because cells have the ability to adapt to certain stresses, such as a lack of food, they must have been functioning that way from the start. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Ken Ham There seems to be no end to the variety of amazing creatures being discovered preserved in amber in Myanmar. We’ve written on a supposed “feathered dinosaur” (it was just a bird), beautiful flowers, and a tiny chameleon that have all been found stuck in the sticky tree resin that later hardened to preserve them. And now researchers have found a beautifully preserved spider with a tail longer than its body. Apparently the new species “looks just like a spider, with common body parts including fangs and four [pairs of] legs that are specifically used for walking.” The [More]
By Dr. Alan Gillen According to Genesis, everything was not only good as God pronounced it to be, but He pronounced it very good. Therefore, it is evident that disease has no origin in the beginning; furthermore, disease itself was not created, because that would not be consistent with God’s nature and the perfect creation. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
New monkey clones made the same way as Dolly the sheep. What happened, what should we think of this, and how would it apply to humans? …read more Source: creation.com     
By Ken Ham Birds of paradise, gorgeous birds found in Indonesia and my home country of Australia, apparently have feathers that are unique among birds. Many male birds of paradise have very black feathers. They are so black that one researcher says if you focus on the bird you “almost feel a little woozy” trying to look at them. Why do they have such black feathers? According to recent research, their feathers are so black because they are fundamentally different in shape from other black feathers. On a microscopic level, the feather doesn’t lie like other feathers, which overlap and [More]
By Dr. Gordon Wilson How should young-earth creationists explain the formation of highly specific relationships between plants and insects in light of our current understanding that Ark kinds may have been more generalized on (insects) and off (plants) the Ark? …read more Source: AIG Daily     
A smelly creature leaves the senses reeling, but is another example of the Creator’s genius. …read more Source: creation.com     
Darwinists who want to make a strong case for evolution will routinely avoid certain biological topics—chiefly because those topics resist all gradualist explanations. One is the unique and complex method by which insects grow.   Metamorphosis (from Greek words meaning ‘change of form’), describes how most insects change from juveniles to adults, often developing adult body structures and ways of life completely different from those of their youth. While the juvenile of a particular species may look like a glorified worm, the adult might have five-centimetre (2-inch) wings and no functioning jaws. Let’s examine the life of a moth.   [More]
By Dr. Georgia Purdom The world’s most complex language system is located within every cell of your body. Scientists are now discovering that our DNA really does have hidden codes that have a practical function and purpose in our cells. Hidden codes pose a real problem for evolution. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Ken Ham In a world first, scientists in China have You can also learn more in this article from The New Answers Book 3 by geneticist Dr. Georgia Purdom and Dr. Tommy Mitchell of AiG, “What About Cloning and Stem Cells?” Learn More on Answers News We discussed this popular news item during today’s episode of Answers News, our twice-weekly Facebook Live show. This show is filmed before a live studio audience here at the Creation Museum and broadcast live over my Facebook page every Monday and Thursday at 2 p.m Eastern Time. Be sure to tune-in each week [More]
Bats are found throughout America, but in certain areas of the country (e.g., the southwest) bats are the reason tourists visit. They gather and watch these mammals surge into the evening sky. The bats soar from cave systems by the thousands on their nightly foray. You have probably seen bats as they fed on the wing but mistook them for birds. The fossil record shows that bats have always been bats. “The earlies… More… …read more Source: icr.org     
By Dr. Jeffrey P. Hudon Scientists tested DNA samples from 90 mummies, which revealed that ancient Egyptians shared more ancestry with Semitic groups to the north than do modern Egyptians. Accepting the Table of Nations as historical, Noah’s family possessed all of the human genetic variations we recognize today. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Sarah Eshleman A close look past squirrels’ annoying habits reveals a creature designed by the Creator with some not-so-nutty—actually brilliant—behaviors. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
The incredible optics of a lobster’s eye have inspired the development of an X-ray device that can see through walls-a boon to the war on terrorism. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Dr. Ross Anderson 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. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By James R. Trexel, DDS Wisdom teeth are still thought of and touted today as vestigial structures and as evidence for evolution. But is this actually the case? Why do we humans have so many problems with wisdom teeth? And does this imply a poor design by the Creator? …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Dr. Gordon Wilson As is the case with many groups of living creatures, the frogs and toads (order Anura) are packed full of surprises waiting to be discovered and unveiled. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
Answering a feedback about how to interpret neuroscience experiments. …read more Source: creation.com     
Darwin proposed that evolution happens externally, that the environment shapes organisms. But a growing amount of evidence suggests the opposite: Most changes happen because the organisms themselves sense, and react to, the environment. A new report on gene regulation in mice intestines adds to the evidence of internal adaptation and design. More… …read more Source: icr.org     
By Devon Spencer, DVM Does the difference in eye contact times between domesticated dogs, dingoes, and wolves prove an evolutionary progression from one to another? …read more Source: AIG Daily     
While the entire story of evolution faces problems, perhaps its greatest hurdle is answering how life originated. Now a famous piece of research that appeared to shed some light on how life began has been falsified and retracted…and one of its authors was a Nobel Laureate. More… …read more Source: icr.org     
By Dr. Ross Anderson Life depends on all three of these elements (oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen) being in the gaseous form. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
A colour mutation that camouflages deer mice against a sandy background is a great example of natural selection. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Sarah Eshleman If you could look at a live scallop, you’d see its shell frilled with tentacles and a layer of flesh on the inside rim, edged with little dots—its eyes. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
The Polled Dorset breed of sheep did not evolve-its hornlessness is the result of a mutation. …read more Source: creation.com