At the following link, there are some interesting attempts to get life from non-life, but I think we continue to see just too much speculation. Given the evidence we currently have, the evidence more reasonably points to a Creator God! Read more here: https://www.iflscience.com/chemistry/scientists-form-building-blocks-life-recreating-asteroid-collision/ ...Read More
Huge gaps and puzzles in the Hummingbird Evolutionary Story!
“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.”...Read More
Do Whales Have Leg Genes? – I love the following answer!
“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...Read More
Human Skin – Simply Evolved? Or Complex and Designed??
“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...Read More
Hygiene of Birds!!
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...Read More
The New Marbled Crayfish – Asexually Populating Europe and Africa!!
“This new example of the success of asexual reproduction adds to the existing problem that evolutionists have (and many acknowledge) of explaining how and why sexual reproduction arose. If it is supposed to have been because of the alleged advantage of sex, this crayfish shows that an organism can be spectacularly successful just by cloning itself. So why should evolution ‘bother’ to evolve sexual reproduction in the first place?” Conclusion: This is NOT evidence for...Read More
DON’T DRINK THE WATER!!
If a person were to drink even 1/10 the amount of salt water that a seagull drinks, he would become extremely dehydrated. The secret of the gull’s ability to drink salt water lies in a special pair of glands located just above its eyes. Many fine blood vessels surround these glands, and the glands act as a desalination membrane to extract salt from the blood. It has taken mankind thousands of years and enormous amounts of money and research to develop similar membranes...Read More
Glitching from Pong to Fortnight!
Can you take the computer code for the simple video game Pong and change it by adding glitches here or there and saving your favorites to create eventually create Fortnite? Bill Gates said that “DNA is like a computer program but far, far more advanced than any software ever created.” 03...Read More
Crazy Skin of the Octopus!
The octopus has three distinct layers in its skin, and each layer contains remarkable tiny elastic sacs of red, yellow, and blue coloring. When threatened, the octopus can make each sac 60 times larger than its original size. An adult octopus can have as many as two million of these tiny spots of color spread over its entire body. By shrinking some sacs and stretching others, an octopus can change color almost instantly. When frightened, all of the sacs shrink,...Read More
“In their quest to try and find some sort of evolutionary similarity between humans and apes, scientists have compared DNA, proteins, anatomy, behavior, and every other conceivable feature. But many of these attempts showed that a huge chasm of dissimilarity exists with no distinct evolutionary connection… …In their conclusion, the researchers stated, “We discovered unique protein profiles in saliva of humans that were distinct from those of non-human primates.” They...Read More
How Did Male and Female Evolve…???
Question to us: “How does evolution account for the existence of male and female forms among species?” Mary Jo’s Response: For the sexes to arise by evolution, both male and female and all their complex complementary reproductive parts would have needed to “evolve” by random, chance natural processes in the same kind of organism at the same time and same location, or natural selection would not have “saved” these wonderfully miraculous accidental...Read More
How Many Changes…in 10 Million Years?
How many changes can happen in our DNA even given 10 million years? “Imagine a population of 100,000 apes, the putative progenitors of humans. Suppose that a male and a female both received a mutation so beneficial that they out-survived everyone else; all the rest of the population died out—all 99,998 of them. And then the surviving pair had enough offspring to replenish the population in one generation. And this repeated every generation (every 20 years) for 10...Read More