A gold rush makes sense. But a copper rush? Not so much. And yet, perhaps there is more to gold than aesthetics.
The laws of physics constrain what can happen, but not how it happens. Biological designs show expertise in the use of forces for function.
Darwinists struggle to explain why any creature would evolve protections from environmental conditions it had never experienced.
Life makes its way around the world using nonliving transportation systems, seeding the world with complex specified information.
The kingfisher bird has to dive after fish rapidly without busting its beak. Japanese scientists looked into the physics of this, and redesigned the noses of their bullet trains.