Appreciating the Irreducibly Complex Design of Salmon Osmoregulation
Three main things must occur for the young salmon, called a smolt, to prepare for life in the salty ocean.
The Miracle of Man: New Book by Michael Denton
Sputtering nihilists have turned their rage on the idea that someone, somewhere, could be thinking that the unborn man or woman is a miracle worth protecting.
What Is the Evidence for Intelligent Design and What Are Its Theistic Implications?
Before Darwin, biologists attributed the beauty, integrated complexity, and adaptation of organisms to their environments to a powerful designing intelligence.
Jaw Dropping: Nature’s Irreducibly Complex Linkage Mechanisms
Bristol University engineer Stuart Burgess goes deeper into the marvels of such sea creatures as the parrotfish, sling-jaw wrasse, and mantis shrimp.
Is the Human Neck a “Mistake of Evolution”?
Darwin asserted the “absurdity” of evolution designing a shared opening to the esophagus and trachea (windpipe).