July 5, 2022

Category: science

What Is Genetic Entropy And Does It Disprove Darwinism? [Video Quick Answers]
apologetics, biology, creation, DNA, evolution, genes, Genetic Entropy, genome, intelligent design, science

What Is Genetic Entropy And Does It Disprove Darwinism? [Video Quick Answers]

It has been said that for every beneficial mutation, there is approximately a million harmful mutations. We are degeneration through mutations. Each generation is losing functional information, approximately 100 more mutations than their parents. The average 16 year old has approximately 6,000 mutations per cell. The average 60 year old will have 40,000 mutations per […]

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apologetics, bio-inspiration, biology, biomimicry, creation, intelligent design, science

Captain Nemo And His Sub Expose This One Silly Belief.

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea Verne’s fictitious whaler characters chased Captain Nemo’s stupendous submarine all over the ocean. Wild imaginations of a gigantic whale haunted them. You see, captain Nemo’s design for his vessel, Nautilus, was somewhat based upon marine creature’s hydrodynamic shapes. Ideological Framework The single most pervading intellectual ideology of our time […]

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apologetics, Bible, creation, evolution, intelligent design, multiverse theory, naturalism, Philosophy, religion, science

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Before the Universe and Why God is the Best Explanation

Near the end of his article, Neil deGrasse Tyson, an astrophysicist who starred in the series “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey”, talks about what was prior to the universe’s existences. After making some slightly disparaging remarks toward the theists view, he postulates a couple other “where the universe came from” ideas. The multiverse and it “just […]

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bio-inspiration, biology, biomimicry, intelligent design, science, technology

Biomimicry’s Amazing Potential For New Designs in Technology

It was 1948, George was out walking his dog through the Swiss Alpines, when he was attacked by nature’s nemeses, the cocklebur. As he plucked these annoying structures off his clothes, inspiration flashed across his mind, inspiration from the common, annoying bur. Along with his friend, he created what he called “locking tape”, but that […]

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apologetics, Bible, education, knowledge, Philosophy, reason, science, self-refuting statements, wisdom

The One View Some Christians and Some Atheists Agree On – And Why It is Wrong!

Interestingly, prominent agnostics, atheists [1] and Christians of various persuasions agree on at least one thing, philosophy is of little worth. Other Christians are afraid of the enterprise. Our Western culture downplays classical education – such as philosophy. Even so, philosophy is pivotal, yes pivotal. Especially for our days. We all have a philosophy and use it, […]

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