Molecular Clocks Can’t Save Darwinists from the Cambrian Dilemma
To explain away the Cambrian explosion has been and remains a high priority for Darwinists.
Rosenhouse’s Blunder: Another Nonsensical Mathematical Argument Against Intelligent Design
Darwinist mathematician Jason Rosenhouse uses the analogy of a coin toss to defend the Darwinian explanation.
Why Cats Can Remember Other Cats’ Names
University of Kyoto scientists found that they can indeed remember, provided they live in the same household.
Can Largely Rearranged Genomes Explain Why Octopuses Are So Smart?
Even compared to each other, the genomes of three cephalopods studied had been broken up and extensively reorganized.
Outlining Intelligent Design’s Positive Argument
To borrow geologist Charles Lyell’s words, intelligent agency is a cause “now in operation” that can be studied in the world around us.