The Mastadon and Pumpkin Pie Connection

I have read some strange evolutionary fairy tales and many of them are hilarious.  Here are a few I recall: humans evolved a big brain because we ate more meat.  Grandmothers exist because it benefits the younger female to have more children.  Humans are hairless because it reduces parasitism.  Humans walk upright to carry food. […]

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Here’s a Fishy Story!

A new study(1) says that the enamel that coats your teeth first “evolved” in skin.  Later, it “colonized” the teeth to give us, well, teeth.  Evidence?  Fish.  Yes, fish! How so?  Seems some fish produce an enamel-like substance that coats their scales.  Looking at the genome of some modern fish like the North American gar, […]

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I am afraid!

The battle for reason continues in the scientific world of biology.  The paradigm of evolution controls the education of students from jr high to graduate school and the media rushes to support the idea without critical thought.    In debates with evolutionists what I find is a scorn for all things spiritual and these things […]

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Keeping the myth alive.

Our science has been looking for earth-like worlds for decades now.  Radio signals, stars like our own, wobbles in the light spectra coming from distant suns that may indicate an orbiting planet are all part of the search for other worlds with potential life.   A recent discovery turned out to be “the planet that wasn’t […]

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What must I do to be saved?

The history of the development of Christianity as a religion is filled with heroes and villains.  The creation of a political state out of Christianity with assumed governance over kings and kingdoms was only the first departure from the divine direction afforded by the New Testament (NT) epistles.  Reformation did not come easy nor did […]

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Cellular Ribosomes: The Origin of Life?

A recent paper in the Journal of Theoretical Biology[i] boasts a solution to the “Many steps in the evolution in cellular life.”  The authors suggest that the ribosome, a cellular machine of tremendous complexity and specificity, may be an important link between cellular metabolism for life and the first living cell (or “last universal common […]

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