When I visited Great Britain years ago, I was surprised at how difficult it was for me to cross busy … Continue reading Do Neanderthal Cave Structures Challenge Human Exceptionalism?
While growing up, I had a friend named Tom who had an unusual older brother named Tim. Back then, Tom … Continue reading Complex Protein Biogenesis Hints at Intelligent Design
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Were Neanderthals like us? The answer to this question has profound implications for our understanding of human origins, and for … Continue reading Did Neanderthals Bury Their Dead with Flowers?
This TNRTB was originally published in August 2011, but we are reposting it because of its relevancy today. One of … Continue reading Structure of Dinosaur Collagen Unravels the Case for a Young Earth
Whenever I speak on university campuses, students challenge me with the endosymbiont hypothesis. This hypothesis is an important facet of … Continue reading Why Do Mitochondria Have DNA?
Tragic stories abound about people who have suffered disabling injuries that have stripped them of their quality of life. But … Continue reading A Christian Perspective on Brain-Computer Interfaces
When my wife and I visited Australia, our hosts warned us repeatedly to use sunscreen. The thinning ozone layer near … Continue reading Ultraviolet Light Illuminates More Problems for Chemical Evolution
The Beatles are recognized for inspiring countless musicians and shaping the face of pop music. Likewise, beetles (the insect, not … Continue reading Beetles Inspire an Engineering Breakthrough
During my senior year in high school, I was the proud winner of the Periodic Table Competition at the West … Continue reading A Periodic Table for Protein Structures Reveals Biochemical Design