Fossil Friday: Turtles All the Way Down
Contrary to the gradualistic expectations of Darwin’s theory, the distinct body plan of turtles appeared abruptly in the Late Triassic.
Species Pairs: A New Challenge to Darwinists
I consider this simple argument as a final nail in the coffin of Darwinian unguided evolution.
An Engineering Marvel, Animals Find Their Way by Reading Earth’s Magnetic Field
Intelligent design predicts that organisms will be equipped with complex systems that can take advantage of environmental cues and respond with precision.
Are Birds Really Smarter than Reptiles?
Scientists clash over how to measure animal intelligence: brain volume, brain organization, numbers of neurons…?
Sleep on It: Design in the Subconscious Brain
An international team reasoned there had to be a purpose for sleep. In one of the largest datasets ever collected, they believe they found two functions.