“Fossilized fragments of a skeleton, hidden within a rock the size of a grapefruit, have helped upend one of the longest-standing assumptions about the origins of modern birds.”
“Lophophorates are a collection of sea creatures with a murky past.”
Lacking a naturalistic mechanism for the generation of the new information of novel features, the idea of the “loss of features” is put forward as a driving factor for supposed evolutionary advance.
Communication implies the purposeful interchange of information. How does intentionality arise from natural interactions between atoms?
Does the committed evolutionist unconsciously impute their imagination into the supposed biological outworkings of the laws of nature?
Researchers: “The classic view of pain is that it protects by detecting and signaling the presence of harmful agents, but new research shows pain can shield the gut more directly.”
This fascinating research presents yet another remarkable example of biochemical complexity with a functionality dependent upon environmental sensing, signal evaluation, operational feedback, managing stored resources, and survivability–all within a supposedly inert “spore.” I’ll call that evidence of intelligent design.
Researchers explain that the “greedy appetites” of microorganisms “were one of the leading factors of the evolution of more complex life in the early ages of Earth.”
David Coppedge writes: Evidence is growing that organisms share existing genetic information horizontally, not just vertically. This has immense implications for neo-Darwinian theory that are not yet fully recognized. If traits can be shared across species, genera and even phyla, they are not being inherited from common ancestors. The findings might also cast stories about Read More…
The worldview that excludes non-material realities will never perceive the God-breathed human spirit, without which we could only be dust.
“Scientists have long pondered how and when the evolution of prokaryotes to eukaryotes occurred. A collaborative research team from Tohoku University and the University of Tokyo may have provided some answers after discovering new types of microfossils dating 1.9 billion years.”
I was thinking recently, about how many audiobooks are consumed by people these days. I would guess that the main reason behind this consumption is convenience. Many people just don’t have the time, or don’t create the time, to really sit down and get their head in a book. But I understand that for many, Read More…
Arguments and counter-arguments serve a purpose in arriving at a truthful conclusion. But what if one side jumps ship when the waves of counter-argument are unassailable?
“LifeGate 2022, created by Leipzig University researcher Martin Freiberg, is an attempt to arrange all known species (about 2.6 million) in an interactive zoomable user interface.”
Researchers: “Early Earth is an alien environment compared to our world today. Understanding how organisms here have changed with time and in different environments is going to teach us crucial things about how to search for and recognize life elsewhere,”