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Insect Control

Insect Control

Who designed the balance of life? The yellow-throated warbler is a beautiful songbird that has been observed to eat 70 aphids per minute. In the span of 40 minutes it can devour nearly 3000 aphids. A nighthawk will eat almost 500 mosquitoes in one feeding. It’s been...

The Leafcutter Ant

The Leafcutter Ant

How did leaf-cutting ants develop their farming techniques? Leafcutter ants are mushroom farmers. They cut leaves and haul them back to their underground colony. Other worker ants reduce the leaves to mulch. This mulch is the compost on which the fungus grows....

The Unique Human Face

The Unique Human Face

How are humans different from animals? One way humans are uniquely created is that they have the most expressive, communicative faces of any organism ever created. The human face is controlled by 53 different muscles which enable us to express an incredibly wide...

Water Makes Life Possible

Water Makes Life Possible

What makes our planet unique? When astronomers are looking for life on other planets, what do they look for?  Water.  One of the wonderful properties of water is its ability to hold heat. In fact, our oceans and seas act like big thermostats that moderate the Earth’s...

The Cambrian Explosion

The Cambrian Explosion

Where are the transitional fossils? Charles Darwin believed that if evolution were true, it would be found in the fossil record. He believed that the fossil record would show a species gradually changing from simple to greater complexity. But over the last hundred...

The Ultra-Hearing Mantis

The Ultra-Hearing Mantis

How can evolution explain a creature developing a completely unique form of hearing, long before such an ability would be useful?  For decades it was believed that the praying mantis had no sense of hearing, because there are no hearing membranes on its head. However,...

Science vs. the Big Bang

Science vs. the Big Bang

Why are evolutionists in trouble from the very beginning? The Big Bang has to explain where everything came from before the universe came into existence. Cosmic evolutionists are left with only two possibilities: either all of the matter and energy in the universe...

Ancient Man’s Ingenuity

Ancient Man’s Ingenuity

Did you know the pyramids of Egypt reveal ancient man’s ingenuity? The Giza pyramid was built with 115,000 casing stones of polished white marble, each weighing 16-20 tons. A massive earthquake in A.D. 1301 loosened many, which were then removed to build Cairo. The...

God’s OTHER Purpose for Trees

God’s OTHER Purpose for Trees

Did you know water is distributed through trees? Our forests pump millions of gallons of water into the air. And a single tree pumps dozens of gallons of water from its roots to its leaves each day. How is this possible?  The hot sun on the leaves causes water to...

The Arctic Wooly-Bear Caterpillar

The Arctic Wooly-Bear Caterpillar

Did you know there is a caterpillar that lives for years?  The Arctic woolly-bear caterpillar is known as the longest-living caterpillar because it lives for 14 years as a caterpillar.  It goes through 13 seasons of being completely frozen in winter and thaws out each...

Earth: A Special Planet

Earth: A Special Planet

Is there any place on Earth which is not overflowing with life? The frozen polar caps have life as majestic as the lumbering polar bear, comical as the waddling penguin and persevering as the Arctic Tern. Arid deserts come alive at night with lizards, snakes,...

Evolution’s Missing Fossils

Evolution’s Missing Fossils

Where are the missing links? The biggest problem for evolution is still the sudden appearance of every basic body structure – suddenly and without transition. This fact of science clearly places the theory of evolution in the category of faith, rather than science. It...

Seeing “Backwards”

Seeing “Backwards”

Did you know that your eye is wired backwards? Yes, the wiring faces toward the incoming light, while the photoreceptors face the back of the retina. When light enters the eye and falls on the retina (back of the eye), it goes through 10 layers at the back of the...

Designing the Longest Neck

Designing the Longest Neck

What is the tallest living land animal? The giraffe towers over 18 feet tall! Being so tall, giraffes have one of the highest blood pressures of all animals.  They need two-foot long hearts to pump blood up those ten-foot long necks. Consider the giraffe taking a...

How Old Are Diamonds?

How Old Are Diamonds?

Do diamonds prove that the earth is billions of years old?  How old are they really? Diamonds require very high pressure to form, so they most likely formed some 200 miles below the Earth’s surface. Geologists believe they were transported to the surface...

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