The famous psycho-analyst Sigmund Freud believed that humans have both a conscious and an unconscious mind. The unconscious mind was said to control a mechanism for dealing with thoughts or feelings that have been repressed by the conscious mind. Sometimes things that people repress are revealed unintentionally through slips of the tongue. These are often referred to as Freudian slips. When trying to explain how a particular design feature of an animal originated, many Darwinian supporters try to avoid using any verbal expression that indicates the feature was purposefully designed … Clearly, purposeful design requires a Designer. Often very lengthy explanations are adopted to explainRead More →

Proponents of Darwinian Evolution have been faced with exceptionally knotty problems since the discovery of the complexities of DNA. How can the 3.2 billion ‘letters’ of this remarkable code have arrived by undirected processes and yet result in such efficient, intricate, and exquisite organisation? Molecular biologist Francis Crick, co-discoverer of the double-helix of DNA, once called the 97% of unknown coding in the DNA molecule ‘junk.’ Evolutionist Susumu Ohno used this term in his paper So Much ‘Junk’ DNA in Our Genome. The phrase stuck. Evolutionists since then have waxed eloquent on the beauties of the process of evolution, whilst dismissing the 97% of DNARead More →

How much do you know about spider silk? If you were given full use of a world-class laboratory, unlimited resources, with all the physical elements at your disposal, would you be able to manufacture some yourself? Compare these characteristics of the world’s toughest material with the best that technology can offer: A strand of spider silk long enough to circle the Earth would weigh less than a tennis ball. Spiders excel at recycling: they eat their web once it has served its purpose. Scientists have so far been unable to reproduce the silk-producing machines of spiders in a laboratory, due to the complexity of theRead More →

In a television series in the 1980’s, the late Professor Carl Sagan1 set out to explain man’s evolution. After discussing the incredible ability of DNA to store enormous amounts of information, he then said: “When our genes could not store all the information necessary for our survival we slowly invented brains.” What are we to make of the term “we slowly invented brains”? This is a very sweeping statement that elevates humankind to the role of Creator. Is there any intelligent human today who could manufacture the equivalent of the human brain, especially from elementary particles? This involves the hotly debated subject of AI (Artificial Intelligence).Read More →

Supporters of the Darwinian version of the origin of life are hard-pressed to explain how a new function of the human body, by natural selection, served a new purpose by means of a major alteration of the DNA blueprint of an organic structure which was already equipped to serve an existing purpose. As explained in The Fundamentals section, it stretches credulity to assume that the 3.2 billion “bits” of the DNA within the human cell were produced without intentional order and arrangement resulting in the organized complexity of a complete body. This complexity is further compounded by multi-functional structures. Multi-functional Endoplasmic Reticulum A remarkable configurationRead More →

Much has been said of the fine balance inherent in many of the forces, objects, and properties of the universe. Those who believe the universe was intentionally ordered and arranged, point to the many parameters of the physical properties of these entities as evidence. A curious argument against this view is presented by Richard Dawkins in his book The God Delusion. In this, the author describes a machine, with “eight knobs” that are manipulated by the Creator to obtain the universe as we know it. The machine is described disparagingly and is reduced to a state of simplicity that serves to enhance the perceived force ofRead More →

If you have an interest in mathematics, you will no doubt be aware of the number set known as the Fibonacci series.1 This ordered number set manifests itself throughout the universe, from plants (daisies, pine cones, sunflowers) to animals (the fins of dolphins, the spiral growth of sea shells), to enormous spiral galaxies. The Fibonacci series is closely related to the mathematical value of π (Pi). Mathemiticians use π in probability theories, but it also exists almost everywhere in nature. For example, draw a series of parallel lines onto a sheet of paper each separated by a distance just a little greater than the length ofRead More →

It is a common view that science has provided answers as to how the universe was formed, how long it has existed, and how it functions. Impressive! For example, note the following image, a map of the history of the universe by physicists from the Bellarmine University. Note the question mark on the left, immediately after the “Big Bang.” The implication that many read into such images is that “science knows everything” about the universe, except this tiny slither of time. However, according to physicists, around 96% of the universe consists of Dark Matter and Dark Energy, which have so far eluded detection. This meansRead More →

Attorneys for a scientist named Mark Armitage, a former employee of the California, USA, State University, Northridge, who was terminated from his job after discovering soft tissue on a Triceratops fossil, have filed a lawsuit against the university. While at the Hell Creek Formation excavation site in Montana, researcher Mark Armitage discovered what he reported to be the largest triceratops horn ever unearthed at the site, according to attorney Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute. Upon examination of the horn under a high-powered microscope, Dacus says that Armitage was “fascinated” to find soft tissue on the sample – a discovery Bacus said stunned members ofRead More →