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Why did dinosaurs disappear?

Why did dinosaurs disappear?

  What happened to the dinosaurs?   The Bible indicates that land animals were made on day six of creation week. Dinosaurs were land animals. Man was also made on day 6. Therefore, dinosaurs were made along with man (Genesis 1:24-25). Dinosaurs and man lived at the...

Life from Non-Life?

Life from Non-Life?

    How do you get life from non-life? Those determined to explain all of biological life without God use natural selection. According to evolutionists, it is natural selection which has transformed bacteria into fish, fish into frogs, lizards into mammals, and...

Super Star

Super Star

  Is our sun just an average star? Astronomers are finding that our sun is no ordinary star. Our sun is a yellow dwarf, and yellow dwarf stars are a minority. Red dwarfs make up 80% of stars but are not conducive to life because they emit most of their radiation in...

The Perfect Nursery

The Perfect Nursery

  How has God designed the chicken’s egg to be a perfect nursery? Inside the egg, the nutritional yolk provides food, protection and oxygen for the developing chick. The egg white is a food source and acts as a cushion, absorbing any bumps when the egg is turned. The...

Marvelous Clouds

Marvelous Clouds

  What weighs 10 million pounds but can float in the air? Believe it or not, it is a typical sized cloud! The total amount of water continually suspended in the air is estimated at over 50 trillion tons! What a marvel of sheer engineering! What principle of physics...

Vocal Variety

Vocal Variety

Did you know humans are capable of making over 50 different distinct sounds in speech?  These sounds are combined to make thousands of words in a language and melodies with a wide range of pitch and harmony. To make these sounds requires precise design features and...

Climate Change

Climate Change

Do you know the mechanism for climate change?  During the Ice Age, deserts and semi-arid regions were well- watered, while 30% of land masses were covered in ice. Geologists studying the Sahara Desert have been surprised to find un-fossilized bones of giraffes,...

Life is Short

Life is Short

  What can we learn from the many insects that live short lifespans? The fruit fly has a lifespan of a mere two months. In that brief span of time, it must hatch, grow from larvae to adult, mate, and produce the next generation. The mayfly lives longer during...

Animal Migration

Animal Migration

How did animals spread across the world after they left Noah’s Ark? How did the kangaroos get from the Middle East to Australia? After the Flood, the animals left Noah’s Ark, spreading out and filling the Earth. Flying creatures could fly, but what about those that...

Early Farming Forecasting

Early Farming Forecasting

Did you know the weather patterns of North and South America have been periodically affected by El Niños for thousands of years?   The ancient farmers of the Andean mountains were very much aware of them. These farmers could predict if an El Niño was present and...

Growing Grass

Growing Grass

What is so amazing about grass?  Grass is a seemingly unimportant plant that is often ignored and taken for granted. When examined we observe that the stem is round and mostly hollow except at the joint or node. This stem lies in the sheath that is open part of the...

Frozen Feet

Frozen Feet

Why don’t the chickadee’s feet freeze when it is minus 30oF and how can ducks spend the whole day in icy water and not get frostbite?  It seems that birds are never bothered by cold feet. If we were to run outside in the winter with bare feet, we would have...

He Made the Stars Also

He Made the Stars Also

What do we truly know about our universe?  Mankind has entire libraries filled with books about the stars, however there is not an adequate explanation of how one could form! The Bible is not a textbook on astronomy, although when it references scientific subjects, it...

Insect Inspiration

Insect Inspiration

Have you considered the timber beetle larva?  This thumb-sized insect eats trees by slicing through wood fiber with its mandibles, or jaws. That’s what Oregon logger Joseph Buford Cox (1905 - 2002) realized when he was taking a rest break from chopping wood. He...

Microscopic Power Plants

Microscopic Power Plants

How complex are microscopic organisms? Scientists have discovered a bacterium called the Rhodoferax ferrireducens that is capable of producing an electric current as it transforms natural sugars into other complex biological products. It does this by transferring...

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