If you cut off the tails of cats, will they give birth to tail-less kittens? Of course not! Yet, more than 3,000 mainstream biologists were dismissed, imprisoned or even killed for disagreeing that a similar idea might work when applied to plants. Soviet ...

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In 1980, billions of tons of soil slid as a fluid in what is called “pyroclastic flow” – upsetting lakes, filling-in valleys and carving out canyons in the largest recorded landslide in history. The earthquake that triggered the slide caused pen...

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Have you ever looked at nature and thought to yourself, This is so glorious, it’s not only beautiful, it’s almost unreal? I have – many times. The refraction and reflection of light through clouds, mist and atmosphere, and further interaction with w...

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Imagine you are watching a movie with a car chase scene. The driver of one car rolls out just before his automobile plunges headlong over a cliff, and the car smashes against rocks as it tumbles down, breaking into pieces and finally exploding. Now, if yo...

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Pithy perspectives from some of the brightest minds the world has ever known! “Knowing God without knowing our own wretchedness makes for pride. Knowing our own wretchedness without knowing God makes for despair. Knowing Jesus Christ strikes the balance...

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There’s a good reason why Creation Moments uses this phrase to sum up the purpose of our ministry: “Proclaiming Evidence for Truth”. In the Lord there is always a season for planting and harvesting, for sowing seeds of truth and reaping a harvest of...

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At the beginning of Creation, the Bible says that the first man and woman walked and talked with God in the idyllic Garden of Eden. Then Adam and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit and things changed. They hid themselves from God and were “afraid” because...

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Did you know you have not one but two brains? Let me explain. In the Bible, both the Hebrew and Greek words for “bowels” is a term used not only to describe the lower part of the abdomen and its internals, but to describe “feeling” or “compassio...

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  • Ants Play Red Light, Green Light
    Scientists have long known that ants lay down scent trails, using pheromones, to mark the trail to goodies for their nest mates. While this is an efficient method for food gathering, it has been found that when a food source is exhausted, the ants leave a “Do not enter” sign that saves fellow ants from […]

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