Engineering-Based Models Better Explain the Pattern of Nature than Does Common Ancestry
Eyes with lenses are believed to have evolved independently multiple times, but all evolutionary scenarios face insurmountable barriers.
The Miracle of Spiderwebs
Spiders are another of nature’s master engineers. About half of known spider species (order Araneae) construct webs made of silk.
Insects and Design: Ant and Honeybee Engineers
If you’ve ever watched ants busily tunneling in an ant farm, you may have noticed that the intricate finished product rarely collapses. Why is that?
Arthropod Architects Amaze Engineers
They appear in the early Cambrian fossil record: the first examples of the most diverse phylum on earth. Who knew their skills would become the envy of human engineers?
In Mainstream Journal, ID Theorists Explore “Waiting Times” for Coordinated Mutations
The paper is authored by three key scientists in the intelligent design (ID) research program: Ola Hössjer, Günter Bechly, Ann Gauger.