The Positive Case for Intelligent Design in Systematics (the Relationships Between Organisms)
The re-usage of highly similar and complex parts in widely different organisms in non-treelike patterns is best explained by the action of an intelligent agent.
Redwoods, Grasshoppers: New Designs in Well-Studied Species
If redwoods are a byword for great stature, grasshoppers represent the opposite. And what insect could be more common or familiar?
Turning Our Dead into Fertilizer
These methods send a powerful symbolic statement that we are essentially nothing more than carbon atoms gathered temporarily in a rational and animated form.
A Remarkable Mechanism for the Existence of Large Trees
The mechanism represents a unique and stunningly brilliant solution to the problem of raising water to the top of large trees.
The Role of Lignin for Fire, Explained
Without lignin, there would be no woody plants, no wood, no coal, no charcoal, no fire, no pottery, and certainly no iron or metallurgy.