Built for Speed!!

Built for Speed!!

Posted on May 6, 2022 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “Built for speed – that is the design of a cheetah. Cheetahs are the fastest land animals. They can go from 0 to 60 m.p.h. in 3 seconds! To be able to run that fast requires special design features. A heavy lion’s body (550 pounds on a four-foot frame) would not work well on the cheetah’s three-foot frame, so cheetahs weigh in at a lighter weight 80-140 pounds. Check out these other design features: The main design change needed to support its speed is its...

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What do they mean by “Evolution”?

Posted on Jul 15, 2021 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Sometimes natural selection (or adaptation or variation) is often masqueraded as “Evolution.” Check this one out: “Thus equipped to be alert to the bait-and-switch, a discerning reader can confidently peruse evolutionary reporting, teasing out the facts from the ‘evolution-speak’. Here’s another extract from National Geographic News as a sample ‘test’ (with our added emphasis as an aid): “Sharon Strauss, a professor of evolution and ecology at the University of...

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What do we really know about genetic information??

What do we really know about genetic information??

Posted on Jan 12, 2021 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “Another issue, especially displayed among evolutionists (but creationists, including myself, are not immune), is a lack of understanding of the location of biological information. Most people tend to think DNA (the ‘genome’) is the storage place of information. While it is certainly the location of a tremendous amount of it, this gene-centered view ignores the information originally engineered into the first created organisms. The architecture of the cell, including...

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Hygiene of Birds!!

Posted on Jul 16, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

HYGIENE OF BIRDS  Birds of the heron family accumulate a thin layer of oily slime on their feathers.  To clean this condition, they have three patches of feathers that break down into a powder that works like talcum powder.  The birds apply the powder to their feathers to absorb the slime.  Afterward, it is combed out of the feathers using a comb-shaped toe designed for this purpose.  The birds then waterproof their feathers by applying oil from a specially designed and...

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Noah Took “Supermutts” on the Ark!

Posted on Dec 5, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  It is estimated that there were less than 15,000 species or different kinds on the ark and that only had to include “mammals, birds, reptiles, and possibly land-reproducing amphibians.” It is estimated that of those types of animals, there are only 30,000 living species today. So those animal types only needed to double in species. This is very possible to do in only a few thousand years, especially with artificial breeding programs. For example,  “most dog breeds...

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Delayed Implantation – I Didn’t Even Know That Was Possible!!

Posted on Dec 3, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “Skunks may mate in the winter and the young are born in the spring. But sometimes they will mate in summer or autumn, triggering a most unusual event. The fertilized egg floats freely for several weeks, (or even as long as 180–200 days in the spotted skunk) and then implants on the uterus. This complicated process, known as delayed implantation, allows the animals to mate in summer or autumn and still bear young in the spring when food is plentiful and the...

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The Amazing Platypus

Posted on Feb 10, 2011 in Articles | 0 comments

When specimens of the duckbill platypus were first sent to England in the late 1700’s, many English scientists thought it was a fraud.  It plainly didn’t fit well in any of the categories of animals known at that time.  Was it a bird, a reptile, a mammal or a combination of all of these? The platypus is an extremely interesting creature.  It has fur like a mammal but it lays soft, leathery eggs like a reptile.  Usually 1-3 eggs are laid in a nest built by the mother...

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The Marine Iguana

Posted on Jan 20, 2011 in Kid's Think & Believe Too! | 1 comment

Marine iguanas are found only on the Galápagos Islands located in the Pacific Ocean near Ecuador, South America. They are the only lizards that are able to live and feed in the sea. Marine iguanas are vegetarians. They feed on seaweed and algae which they find on rocks, in tidal pools, or in the sea. The adult males can grow to over 5 feet long and the females up to almost 4 feet. On land, marine iguanas are rather clumsy lizards, but in the water they are powerful,...

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The Nature of Instinct

Posted on Jan 13, 2011 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

Suppose a group of scientists were walking along the beach, and they ran across a message written in the sand.  Suppose, in addition, these same scientists praised the grains of sand for their ability to organize themselves in this way.  Obviously, we would say they were crazy.  Yet, the same scientists can say that the unique design of animals, including their instinctive behavior, somehow came about by random processes and, ironically, most of society accepts it. In...

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God’s Created Creatures Communicate

Posted on Nov 20, 2010 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Not only does God communicate through His creation and to mankind, we also see that many of His creatures are also able to communicate in unique and interesting ways. Consider the following examples:  Ants have always been known for being masters of communication. Mary Jo and I confirmed that while watching ants in a huge ant farm in a natural history museum. One ant was carrying a very large load when it stumbled crossing a narrow “log bridge.” It continued to grasp its...

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Those Incredible Dolphins!

Posted on Jul 20, 1997 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

“By all rights, life in the sea should leave a dolphinbaked, crushed, and sterile.  This graceful mammal avoids such a fate only by slipping through loopholes in the laws of physiology.”  With such a come-on, who could resist reading “The Dolphin Strategy,” in the March, 1997, issue of Discover?  The discoveries revealed in the article proved to be fascinating and exciting. One puzzle for scientists was the problem of oxygen consumption on a deep dive.  Research showed that...

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