Noah Took “Supermutts” on the Ark!

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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Similar Features are Evidence of Evolution, Right??  –WRONG!!

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

  “Thus the front appendages of reptiles, mammals, birds, and humans are said to be homologous. Therefore, they must be controlled by homologous genes. The fact is, however, that it has been proved in many cases that homologous structures are not produced by homologous genes!” Picture source and read more about this here: https://creation.com/a-serious-problem-for-homology

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Similar Embryos – Evidence of Evolution??

Posted on Aug 29, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Similarities within embryos of different creatures are evidence of evolution – or are they? Embryos don’t always look similar or follow paths of prior evolution, in fact: “The embryonic development of so-called homologous structures is often different—and not just with respect to limbs. As far back as 1894, the American embryologist Edmund Wilson wrote, “It is a familiar fact that parts which … are undoubtedly homologous, often differ widely … in [their] mode of...

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Funny Addition to Some Significant Evidence!

Posted on Aug 15, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Did you hear about the scientific paper (explained here: https://phys.org/news/2018-05-gene-survey-reveals-facets-evolution.html) that showed “that 90 percent of animal life, genetically speaking, is roughly the same age”? How do we correctly interpret that scientific evidence? Notice that that is continually the question that we have to ask – and that shows that everyone is forced to say that their assumptions affect how the data is interpreted. Note the following...

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Can You Hear Me Now?

Posted on Apr 16, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “The preying mantis has only one hearing organ, which is located in a groove underneath its thorax (the middle section of its body).  A teardrop-shaped groove in the thorax has a thinner covering than other parts of the mantis body, and under this covering is a relatively large air sac connected to the insect’s respiratory system.  Nerves near the top of this sac carry the sensation of sound to the nervous system. One truly has to question how anyone could...

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Sea Monsters!!

Sea Monsters!!

Posted on Dec 18, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

The dragon fish lives 1,500 to 4,500 feet below the surface of the ocean – it is what is known as a “deep-sea” animal.  At that depth, light is minimal, and most deep-sea creatures can only see blue light because other wavelengths do not penetrate the ocean to such great depths.   In spite of this, the dragon fish can see red light because he has chlorophyll in his eyes.  Yes,that’s right, chlorophyll – stuff that makes plants green. This chlorophyll allows the dragon...

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Our Favorite Termite!

Posted on Oct 11, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Termites are famous for eating wood, especially in houses. Yet, termites cannot digest wood.  It is the microbes in the gut of the termite that break down the wood that allows it to be digested. The termites cannot exist without the gut microbes, and the gut microbes cannot exist without the termites; both need each other in order to survive. Some scientists say this relationship evolved by accident and chance.  Why would termites begin to eat wood if they could not...

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Design of the Tarantula Hawk!

Posted on Sep 27, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “In some instances the codons of DNA have been shown to code for such esoteric or “alien” phenomena as animal behavior. An example is the Tarantula Hawk, a blue wasp that preys on tarantulas. As seen in the Walt Disney Home Video, The Living Desert (1953), the female wasp, when ready to lay an egg, finds a tarantula and stings it, causing the tarantula to go into suspended animation. The wasps then digs a hole in the ground, places the spider it it, lays her egg on...

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Why are the large majority of animals symmetrical?

Posted on Sep 20, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Symmetry in one form or another is just very common. Think of man-made designed machinery – there tends to be symmetry (often bilateral and/or radial). So symmetry is actually really good design. The fact that we have two eyes spread on the same level on our face helps us to gather the depth perception of the environment and helps with the amount you can see (as two eyes help to eliminate blind spots) – so that is a good design feature. For 4-legged...

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What is faster than a speeding bullet…??

Posted on Aug 14, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  …can break aquarium glass with a single punch, and draw blood from a human finger?  A five-inch peacock mantis shrimp. In the wild, peacock mantis shrimp eat foods such as clams, snails, and crabs – all of which have tough shells.  With one swift knock-out punch, reaching the speed of a 22-caliber bullet, the shrimp shatters these shells and has a tasty lunch.  How did the peacock mantis shrimp’s “club” become so powerful that it can even shatter aquarium...

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Black fire beetles love forest fires!

Posted on Aug 9, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  These unique beetles mate, and then the female lays her eggs in the bark of the still smoldering wood.  The eggs hatch and burrow into the tree, free to munch away on trees without interference from the tree’s protective defenses. On the underside of these beetles are tiny pits equipped with infrared radiation detection sensors.  This infrared radiation detection system can detect the invisible heat rays given off by a forest fire up to 50 miles away! Do infrared...

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