Blood Viscosity and Freezing Temperatures — A Titanic Problem

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Blood viscosity is the technical reason why Jack froze in less than 23 minutes, but icefish can survive for 15 years in water of a freezing temperature. Source
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Will Evolutionists Ever Take Falsification Seriously? A Response to P. Z. Myers

BIO-Complexity, biologists, Casey Luskin, Charles Darwin, common ancestry, common descent, Complexity, developmental pathway, embryo, embryonic development, Evolution, Evolution News, evolutionary processes, evolutionists, extraembryonic tissues, fish, gastrulation, homology, Life Sciences, Louise Roth, mammals, mutations, natural selection, P.Z. Myers, phylotypic stages, reptiles, Rudolf Raff, vertebrates
Can there be a better example of trying to argue that whatever the evidence, evolution is the answer? Source
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Peer-Reviewed Paper Shows Vertebrate Embryonic Variation Contradicts Common Ancestry

amniotes, amphibians, anamniotes, BIO-Complexity, biology, birds, blastula, bony fish, Charles Darwin, chondrichthyans, cleavage, common ancestry, David Swift, development, developmental biology, ectoderm, endoderm, Ernst Haeckel, Evolution, Evolution Under the Microscope, gastrulation, germ layers, homologous organs, homology, Intelligent Design, lancelets, mammals, mesoderm, neurulation, peer-reviewed literature, phylotypic stage, primates, reptiles, Rudolf Raff, science, teleosts, tissues, vertebrate development, vertebrate embryos, waiting-time problem
Evolutionary biologists often argue that vertebrate embryos develop in highly similar manners, reflecting their common ancestry. Source
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The Year in Review: Intelligent Design Grows in Influence and Depth

Artificial Intelligence, BIO-Complexity, biological information, Center for Science & Culture, conferences, Discovery Institute, Engineering Research Group, Evolution, Evolution News, Foresight (book), Howard Glicksman, human existence, Intelligent Design, James Tour, Marcos Eberlin, mathematics, Mind Matters News, natural processes, Nobel laureates, peer-reviewed journals, private events, Return of the God Hypothesis, Rice University, science, Science and Faith in Dialogue, Stephen Meyer, Steve Laufmann, Stuart Burgess, Westminster Conference on Science and Faith, Your Designed Body, YouTube videos, __k-review
Our researchers will continue to support and communicate what represents the earliest stages in the next great scientific revolution. Source
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Evolution With and Without Multiple Simultaneous Changes

Arthur Hunt, bacteria, BIO-Complexity, biological adaptations, chloroquine resistance, Darwinian gradualism, Darwinian processes, Darwinism, Douglas Axe, enzymes, Evolution, Evolution: A View from the 21st Century, Guide to Reading Jason Rosenhouse (series), hypercube, Intelligent Design, James Shapiro, Jason Rosenhouse, Kenneth Miller, Leo Kadanoff, Michael Behe, Nature (journal), Origin of Species, Plasmodium, Plasmodium falciparum, probabilities, The Edge of Evolution, The Failures of Mathematical Anti-Evolutionism, The Third Way, University of Chicago
Darwinism is committed to evolution happening gradually, one step at a time, by single mutational changes. Source
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Fox News Article Shows Why Evolutionary Solutions to Adam and Eve Fail to Satisfy

Ann Gauger, Bible, BIO-Complexity, BioLogos, Christianity, Discovery Institute, Faith & Science, Fazale Rana, Fox News, Francis Collins, Genealogical Adam and Eve model, Genesis, Homo heidelbergensis, Human Origins, In Quest of the Historical Adam, Jesus Christ, Jonathan McLatchie, Joshua Swamidass, methodological naturalism, myth, Nathan Lents, Ola Hössjer, Paul Nelson, reasons to believe, Salvo Magazine, scripture,, Terrell Clemmons, The Genealogical Adam and Eve, theistic evolution, theology, william lane craig
Is William Lane Craig’s book good news for Christians? I’m not so sure, and here’s one reason why. Source
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The Underlying Principle Behind the Second Law 

American Journal of Physics, atoms, automobiles, BIO-Complexity, Biological Information: New Perspectives, civilization, coins, computers, duplication errors, earth, Events, Evolution, Intelligent Design, materialists, mathematics, natural forces, open system, origin of life, physics, Physics Essays, Physics, Earth & Space, rubble, Second Law of Thermodynamics, self-replicator, sun, The Numerical Solution of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, tornado, William Dembski
Extremely improbable events must be macroscopically (simply) describable to be forbidden. Source
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Bacterial Flagellum Demonstrates the Explanatory and Predictive Power of Engineering Models

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Dean Schulz investigated the design of the flagellum with a method that could be described as groundbreaking. Source
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Lessons from the Evangelical Debate About Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve, Adam and the Genome, Ann Gauger, Barbara Bradley Hagerty, BIO-Complexity, BioLogos, bottleneck, Calvin College, Christianity Today, Daniel Harlow, Deborah Haarsma, Dennis Venema, DNA, Evangelical Christians, Evangelicals, Evolution, evolutionary creation, evolutionary science, Faith & Science, Francis Collins, human origin, Human Origins, humans, In Quest of the Historical Adam, In Quest of the Historical Adam (series), Joshua Swamidass, Nature Ecology and Evolution, Neal Conan, npr, Ola Hössjer, Queen Mary University, Richard Buggs, Science and Human Origins, Scientific consensus, Scot McKnight, The Language of God, theistic evolution, Trinity Western University,, william lane craig
The standard evolutionary account of human origins holds that our population has always been in the thousands and humanity did not descend from an initial pair. Source
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