Wherever you live in the world, there’s generally a cat not too far away. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Tom Hennigan We marvel at birds in flight. But one kind of bird stands apart in its acrobatic talents, with a complex flight system unlike any other. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Scholarly illustrations, museum mock-ups, and even children’s cartoons show tyrannosaurs covered in feathers. Two new fossil descriptions give reasons to doubt the tales of feathered dinosaurs. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
By Karin Viet From an acorn-size egg hatches a creature with a duck-like bill, beaver-like tail, and reptile-like stance. It’s a bird! It’s a reptile! It’s a—platypus! …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Some scientists connect changes in the grasses that animals ate and the development of teeth. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Dr. David Menton Fossils of Homo sapiens found in a cave in Morocco are clearly human, not “ape-men.” But are they really 315,000 years old? …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
By Dr. David Menton Seabirds have a special gland that helps them drink seawater. Amazingly, a few other birds can develop this salt gland, as needed. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
“Yet evolutionists still want us to believe all this incredible complexity is just a product of mindless, random chance processes … yeah, right.”  Admin Scientists studying the brain have discovered that the organ operates on up to 11 different dimensions, creating multiverse-like structures that are “a world we had never imagined.” By using an advanced mathematical system, researchers were able to uncover architectural structures that appears when the brain has to process information, before they disintegrate into nothing. Their findings, published in the journal Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, reveals the hugely complicated processes involved in the creation of neural structures, [More]
What are the ramifications if scientists take the next step in creating artificial life? …read more Read more here: creation.com     
Does the age of the universe matter? How does science confirm the Genesis record? Why can Christians confidently trust the biblical creation worldview? ICR Science Writer Brian Thomas uncovers convincing evidence in this series. From the tiniest cells to the largest stars, both science and the Bible provide evidence that leads to a logical conclusion of a recent creation. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
Horses are horses, of course, and they had their genesis in Genesis. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Karin Viet Animals fascinate humans. Whether playing with the family pet or gawking at the zoo wildlife, we marvel at the variety and complexity of these creatures. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
By Ken Ham The Bible tells us that originally humans and animals were created vegetarian (Genesis 1:29, 30). Now, evolutionists have often mocked creationists by pointing to fossils with very sharp teeth and saying there’s no way such creatures were ever vegetarian. But many living creatures with sharp teeth eat only fruit or other vegetation. For example, the April issue of National Geographic featured a story about grass-eating monkeys of Ethiopia. These fearsome looking monkeys have massive incisors, yet they don’t use them for hunting or devouring meat. They are, in fact, the world’s only grass-eating monkeys. Could …read more [More]
By Simon Turpin Because of the impact of evolution on the theological world today, an increasing number of evangelical scholars are denying Adam’s historicity. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
By Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell Naked mole-rats survive extreme oxygen deprivation in their crowded burrows by switching on fructose metabolizing machinery in their heart and brain cells. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. From summer gold to winter blue-adjusting their eyes to the Arctic’s winter gloom is no problem for reindeer. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Mike Matthews Quick, can you tell the difference between an African and an Asian elephant? …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Intriguing studies demonstrate that many different animals have the ability to transmit information about their environment to their offspring, sometimes using a process called epigenetics. Most often, the genetic memory of a parent or grandparent’s environmental experience traverses no farther than a half-dozen generations. Recently, researchers accidentally discovered the farthest-reaching epigenetic signal ever known. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
By Avery Foley Evolutionists have long taught and believed that promiscuity increases genetic and rapid diversity, thereby helping the evolution of new species along. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
If evolution is true, why are many human behaviours anti-evolutionary? …read more Read more here: creation.com     
In the Amazon River there is a creature with ‘electric’ senses it uses both in attack and defense. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell The tiny tropical fangblenny reveals fangs when it opens its mouth, but unusual venom is the real key to its defense—and to the defense of its look-alikes. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
‘Exhibit A’ for evolution in recent times, further research shows that this one does not stack up either. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Ken Ham Researchers and scientists constantly turn to God’s creation for unique answers to design problems. After all, God is the greatest designer ever—a God who is infinite in wisdom and knowledge. This practice, called biomimicry, points to the wisdom of our Creator. Our best designs can never rival God’s remarkable handiwork all around us. The latest example of biomimicry is a new experimental steel design inspired by bones. According to an article in Science News, one of steel’s weaknesses is that, after repeated stress, “microscopic cracks” appear which make the material fracture. In an attempt to create stronger, [More]
By Dr. Joe Francis Bacteria depend on tail-like structures called flagella to get around. But they’re not alone. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Smart work in the laboratory manipulating already existing life does not equal a step forward in goo-to-you evolution. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Jeffrey P. Tomkins Before we can discuss the minutiae of the genetics of the human race, we need to ask whether our race is indeed human or simply highly evolved primates. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily