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Wonders of Creation: Almost Impossible Giant Plants in New Zealand

Ross lilies (Bulbinella rossii). Image courtesy of Twiddleblatt, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 2.0). Joel Kontinen Ours is a planet where flora and fauna abound almost everywhere – in extreme cold and heat, and in the deep seas. Campbell I...
by Joel Kontinen on Dec 19, 2016

IGNOU CIE-03 ENTERPRISE CREATION AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS Dec 2015 Question Paper

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Question Paper CERTIFICATE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP Term-End Examination December, 2015 CIE-03 : ENTERPRISE CREATION AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS Time : 2 hours Maximum Marks : 50 Note : (i) Answer any five questio...
by University Question Papers on Dec 16, 2016

New Scientist: Thank Evolution for Fear

Inherited fear? Darwinians think so. Joel Kontinen Darwinists are fond of thanking evolution for all kinds of everything. Often, their explanations are more or less bizarre – often more –, as in “social living shrinks our brains.” C...
by Joel Kontinen on Dec 9, 2016

Hello Dolly Pamaskong Handog Warehouse SALE: December 2016

Catch Hello Dolly's Pamaskong Handog Warehouse SALE happening until December 14, 2016. Enjoy as much as 70% off on all Holly Dolly infants' wear and Canadian baby beddings.Read more »...
by Manila Shopper on Dec 8, 2016

Young galaxies "born" at least 50 stars annually

photo: nasa.govYoung galaxies in the universe appear to be very fertile and, with an annual average of 50 new stars on the size of the sun.The recent discovery shows as "incubators" within young galaxies annually produce more stars than was originall...
by Potent Scientia Est on Dec 7, 2016

The First Stars in the Universe could provide clues about Dark Matter

Photo : softpedia.comThe first stars appeared in the Universe which might contain clues to provide more explanations about the origin of dark matter, a substance that still retains its mysteries, 70 years after it was discovered by researchers, infor...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 3, 2016

Information. Decay. Entropy. Clues…

Information may seem ethereal, given how easily we forget phone numbers and birthdays. But scientists say it is physical, and …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Sep 3, 2016

Tiniest Grazing Mammal Defies Darwinian Explanations

Pig-footed bandicoot (Chaeropus ecaudatus). Image courtesy of John Gould, public domain. Joel Kontinen The pig-footed bandicoot (Chaeropus ecaudatus) was last seen alive in the 1950s, but it still causes problems for orthodox Darwinian thinking.
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 31, 2016

The Real Reason Beauty Leaves Us Breathless

The human heart craves beauty. It’s why we visit art galleries, gaze at photographs, seek out the window seat, give flowers to the sick. And it’s why I was so deeply overwhelmed one memorable day in the lagoon on Lord Howe Island... Natural beaut...
by Sheridan Voysey on Aug 30, 2016

Cuttlefish Can Count: Amazingly Intelligent Creatures Defy Darwinian Expectations

The common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Image courtesy of Hans Hillewaert, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0). Joel Kontinen Cuttlefish are cunning creatures. They can stop breathing to evade predators, and they are the true champions of steal...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 29, 2016

See De La Soul Document New LP’s Creation in ‘We’re Still Here (Now)’

To celebrate the release of De La Soul’s long-awaited, crowd-funded LP And the Anonymous Nobody on Friday , the hip-hop legends premiered their 33-minute short film We’re Still Here (now)… a documentary about nobody. We’re Sti...
by Celebrity gossip news on Aug 26, 2016

On camera

The company website has been in sad shape for some time.  Out of date, incomplete, it marks the space for the company rather than excites people about the great things we are attempting and accomplishing.  As our product moves towards marke...

A Not-So-Brainy Darwinian Brain Evolution Story

“Surprisingly complex interactions”: Image courtesy of US National Institutes of Health, public domain. Joel Kontinen The human brain is a Darwinian enigma. Evolutionists are baffled at its size and effectiveness. But it has also inspired...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 15, 2016

Top Free High PR Profile Creation Sites List 2016

Create a good profile on a Profile Creation Sites is great way to improve your site ranking and backlinks. Profile Creation is a service where you both create and manage your online presence to webworld for quality backlinks. Also it’s a best way t...
by Update SEO urls on Aug 7, 2016

The Cost of Chaos

Jonathan Carroll’s novels are always thought-provoking. My reading patterns tend to be driven by book sales and secondhand stores since my reading vice is particularly aggressive. The Ghost in Love is now already years in my past, but I found ̷...

“70-Million-Year-Old” Hadrosaur Suffered from the Consequences of Adam’s Sin

Image courtesy of Nobu Tamura, Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0). Joel Kontinen According to the biblical worldview, the Earth was once a perfect place until the first humans rebelled against God’s explicit commandment. The dire consequences of...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 3, 2016

Inside the Quiet Lives of Kenya’s Super Rich

It is difficult to ignore the posh cars that speed by on the country’s highways. The Bentleys, Jaguars, Chryslers and Porsches are by nature, attention grabbing. Most of these vehicles have heavily tinted windows, so getting a glimpse of the person...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jul 14, 2016

The Toucan’s Beak: Intelligently Designed Thermoregulator

A toco toucan (Ramphastos toco). Image courtesy of Leon Petrosyan, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0). Joel Kontinen The toco toucan (Ramphastos toco) has an enormous beak, roughly one-third of its total length. Evolutionists have proposed at least...
by Joel Kontinen on Jul 14, 2016

on the 8th day

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Too Heavy to Fly? Darwin-Defying Design in Huge Pterosaurs

Intelligently designed for flight. Image courtesy of Hugo Salais López, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). Joel Kontinen Some pterosaurs were as big as giraffes. With a wingspan of 10–11 metres (32–36 ft.) they seemed to be too large and t...
by Joel Kontinen on Jul 10, 2016


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