Can Dino Proteins Last 65 Million Years?

Posted on Feb 19, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Or is this good evidence that it is not that old?? “He acknowledges that certain conditions may slow the rate of degradation, “but not by a lot.”19 “Since proteins decay in an orderly fashion,” he considers it very unlikely that any condition “could arrest protein degradation for tens of millions of years.”20 In other words, Dr. Collins knows proteins are far from immortal. Thus, he faces the conundrum of his evolutionist position: protein cannot last millions of years in...

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Good Hair Day!

Posted on Jan 31, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Human hair is actually a complex functioning feature, not just a simple cosmetic addition to our bodies.  Not only does hair provide warmth and enhanced appearance, but hair is an integral part of the body’s protection system.  Eyelashes protect our eyes by triggering them to almost instantly and involuntarily close when dust strikes the lashes.  Body hair serves as tiny levers.  Each hair is connected to a muscle which squeezes oil from adjacent glands that keep our skin...

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8 HUGE Obstacles to Evolution from Chemistry!

Posted on Jan 24, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  8 Obstacles (due to the Laws of Chemistry) of Getting Life from Chemicals: The Problem of Unreactivity The Problem of Ionization The Problem of Mass Action The Problem of Reactivity The Problem of Selectivity The Problem of Solubility The Problem of Sugar The Problem of Chirality  ...

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Trillions of Motors…in You!

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

“Tiny, complex motors and machines are found inside each of our cells. These really are actual motors and are so small that no ordinary microscope is capable of bringing them into focus. Ken Dill, PhD, stated on a TED talk in October, 2013, (https://www. youtube.com/watch?v=zm3kovWpNQ), that there are more of these amazing motors in the end of your finger than there are gasoline engines and electric motors in the entire world. In fact, he went on to say that humans have...

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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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Yummy…sweat??

Yummy…sweat??

Posted on Dec 13, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “Darwin’s followers believe milk evolved from sweat. But milk is nutritious food containing proteins, fats, and sugars, while sweat is a salty mix of various poisons, including urea. (Now you can see why evolution takes millions of years; it’s all those platypus babies drinking sweat until a series of “miracle mutations” finally turned it into milk!)” Source: Parker, Mary and Gary, The Complete Zoo Adventure¸ Master Books, Green Forest, AR, 2007,...

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The Myth Persists!!

Posted on Nov 29, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “In 2007 Science published an article on the similarity of human and chimp DNA titled, “Relative differences: the myth of 1%”.2 Author Jon Cohen queried the continued use of the 1% figure, citing comparisons following the publication of the draft chimp DNA sequence of around 5% difference. And yet the 1% myth is perpetuated in 2012 in the same journal.” Source: https://creation.com/1-percent-myth See also Tuesday’s post from us where we summarized this...

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Are Humans and Chimps only 1% Different?

Are Humans and Chimps only 1% Different?

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

  1% was an estimate suggested in 1975 which “came from crude comparisons of very limited stretches of human and chimp DNA that had been pre-selected for similarity.” “The human genome has about 3,000 million ‘letters’. If the 1% figure were correct, this would amount to 30 million letters difference, which would take 10 Bible-sized books to print. This is 50 times as much DNA as the simplest bacterium.3 This is actually a huge difference that far exceeds the ability of...

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Was Earth a Giant Snowball??

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

  Here is an interesting article: https://crev.info/2018/05/snowball-earth-theory-not-set-stone/ Note the following paragraph that was added toward the end:   “Few readers may notice that Tae Hamm borrowed the illustration “Explosion of Life” (shown above) from a creationist website, Alpha Omega Institute. It was lifted from a blog post, where Brian Mariani at AOI was showing both sides of Cambrian Explosion issue, first the naturalistic/evolutionary perspective (where the...

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Scary Ideas from Well-Known Scientists!!

Scary Ideas from Well-Known Scientists!!

Posted on Nov 6, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “[T]here might be an argument that gives, for example, the genetic parents a right to kill (or leave to die) their newborn infant even if the infant has a right to life. For example, it might be argued that people have a right to their genetic privacy and having the newborn infant in the world that carries the genetic material of the genetic parents violates their right to genetic privacy. Put another way: the fetus does not have a right to the genetic material of her...

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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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