‘You Are About to Experience 266 G’s!’ – Woah!!!

‘You Are About to Experience 266 G’s!’ – Woah!!!

Posted on Mar 11, 2021 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Here is a beetle that is STRONG evidence of God’s Design! “The jump of one of these ‘bionic beetles’, Longitarsus anchusae, was measured at 289 times its body length! Another species, Psylliodes affinis, experiences g-forces of up to 266g during take-off… …Considering that astronauts normally experience a maximum of 3g in a rocket launch and fighter pilots can sustain no more than 9g for more than a few seconds, these diminutive beetles are quite astounding!” See...

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Naturally Developed or Designed??

Naturally Developed or Designed??

Posted on Jan 22, 2021 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “A skyscraper begins with a plan, compiled by a team of architects and engineers. Even a very large tree begins with a tiny seed, often no bigger than a pinhead. But it is crammed with complex programmed information that controls its development into a living giant (see box [in the article]). It takes a mountain of materials such as cement, sand, and steel to be brought to the site to build a skyscraper. But the tree seedling accomplishes the build-up of its...

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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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THAT IS COLD! 

THAT IS COLD! 

Posted on Nov 26, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Biologists have discovered a growing list of creatures which freeze solidly in the winter, only to thaw out and resume life in the spring. Three species of tree frogs have been added to this list. As cold fall weather approaches, these northern tree frogs burrow under the dead leaves in the forest. Scientists found that up to 35% of the frogs’ body fluids freeze when they are cooled to several degrees below freezing. How do these frogs survive death, when freezing...

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The First Cell – Evolutionists can’t explain it!

The First Cell – Evolutionists can’t explain it!

Posted on Oct 17, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  Evolutionists admit that the origin of the first cell is one of the most difficult problems for their theory. This is because the very first cell had to include a fantastic amount of stored information. It had to have a substantial number of complex molecular machines to maintain the cell, produce energy, and more. And it had to be able to reproduce itself by dividing. The cell cycle is present in all life forms, from simple bacteria to humans. It is a design element...

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An Atheist Who Searched:

An Atheist Who Searched:

Posted on Oct 15, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “I tried something that I’m not sure many people do. Every few weeks, I would study a particular philosopher’s take on life …Nietzsche, Hume, Dostoevsky, Sartre, Plato, etc. and then try to apply it to my own life. I was looking for the perfect, workable philosophy for life. I found over and over, that either their philosophies seemed lacking, or were too impractical to implement. But I kept searching. I was challenging my friend with every question...

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Total Chaos – The mystery of Pluto’s moons

Total Chaos – The mystery of Pluto’s moons

Posted on Oct 14, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “This is another topic that Cox avoided, so we will deal with it briefly. Pluto has five moons named Charon, Styx, Nix, Kerberos, and Hydra. Charon rotates once per lap (because it is gravitationally locked to Pluto), Styx rotates 6.22 times, Nix 13.6 times, Kerberos 6.04 times, but Hydra rotates an amazing 88.9 times per lap. Nix rotates retrograde, i.e. backwards against its orbit. Also Nix is tilted on its axis by 132 degrees. Such ‘chaos’ totally...

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Huge gaps and puzzles in the Hummingbird Evolutionary Story!

Posted on Sep 17, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “That still leaves a gaping hole in hummingbird history, however. Modern hummingbirds evolved in the Americas around 22 million years ago, according to McGuire’s estimates, but we don’t have any fossils from the West that are older than 10,000 years ago. “We basically have no fossil material we can use” in the New World to figure out how to connect the dots, says McGuire.”...

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Do Whales Have Leg Genes? – I love the following answer!

Posted on Sep 15, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

  “First, we have to get rid of the idea that one gene codes for one protein. The genome is highly complex and often contains information in at least four overlapping dimensions. Changes in one dimension in the genome will affect the other three dimensions. This makes it impossible for evolution to occur. Humans have about 23,000 genes (I am using the word ‘gene’ loosely), but they are able to produce ~200,000 proteins. Why? One reason is that the genome is designed...

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Human Skin – Simply Evolved? Or Complex and Designed??

Posted on Jul 23, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

“The human skin is one of the body’s most vital organs.  It is the largest organ of the human body, weighing more than the brain, liver, or heart.  Its many components, which work together to accomplish a plethora of specific functions, clearly indicate that our skin was designed.  Consider the following:   The skin keeps out harmful bacteria. It serves as a waterproof wall to hold in our body fluids. Its pigment shields us from the sun’s harmful rays. Our skin absorbs...

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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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