Origin of Welsh Dragons Found

Origin of Welsh dragons found, claim scientists from University of Bristol who are studying a bone bed in Lavernock Point, Wales.  The bone bed has a nearly continuous thickness of 5 cm and contains a mix of bones of land and sea creatures including dinosaurs, fish, ichthyosaurs and lots of microfossils including fish teeth, scales […]

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Creation News Global May 2024

Ministry news from Creation Research around the world. Includes: Editorial by John Mackay on lasting marriage Developments in our Museums in Australia and UK Origins of Chinese people and language Australian aborigines – from Adam to Australia Field trip research in Tasmania and USA Tribute to John Young and more. Download PDF here

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Why Do Animals Outrun Robots?

Over decades of research and development, engineers have been working on designing and building robots that can walk and run as well as animals and have built many devices capable of independent movement. Max Donelan of Simon Fraser University, Canada and colleagues from various USA universities carried out an extensive study of running robots comparing […]

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How Do Whales Talk Under Water? 

Baleen whales, such as humpback whales, are well known for communicating with “whale songs” but vocalising under water is not easy for an air-breathing mammal as air must be kept out of the respiratory passages when the animal is diving.  Try talking under water when you are holding your breath.  A group of scientists have […]

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Neanderthal Woodworking

Archaeologists have studied a large number of pieces of wood found at a site named Schöningen13 in Germany.  Many of the wooden objects show signs of being deliberately split and shaped into wooden tools. There were no human bones at the site, but as the site is dated at 300,000 years it is claimed the […]

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Dinosaurs Walked in Warm Wet Alaska

An international team of scientists have found a large number of dinosaur footprints and fossil plants in the Nanushuk Formation, a large outcrop of sedimentary rock in North West Alaska.  They identified 75 trackways of dinosaurs, including two-legged plant eaters, four-legged plant eaters, two-legged carnivores, along with bird footprints. They also found fossil tree stumps, […]

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Real Indian Genome Study Reveals Origins

India has a large and diverse population with many language and tribal groups, but little is known about where they originally came from.  An international group of scientists from USA, India and Finland have carried out an extensive study of genomes of over 2,700 people from every geographic region, speakers of every major language group, […]

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Academic Freedom Enables Puberty Blocker Win

In 2011 Michael Biggs, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Oxford was concerned when Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust’s Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) started an experiment giving puberty blockers to adolescents as young as 12.  In 2018 he sought out results of this experimental treatment but could not find anything until […]

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Humans Versus Snails in Value

Humans versus snails in value.  The Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods at Charles Darwin University, Australia conducted an online survey of 2,139 Australians about what they would give priority to saving from destruction in a bushfire (wildfire).  Participants were asked to choose from a list of 11 options, including people, animals, plants and […]

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Bad Bacteria Have Broken Genes

Bad bacteria have broken genes.  We all carry an enormous population of microbes, known as the “microbiome,” in our digestive systems and on other internal and external body surfaces.  These include some bacteria that can cause serious disease if they get into body tissues and organs, but most of the time they are harmless or […]

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