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What Does It Mean to Honor Your Father and Mother?

Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the LORD your God is giving you. (Exodus 20:12) Today’s big question: what does it mean to honor your father and mother? Perhaps many young adults, whether they are studying in college, starting a …

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Forget Your Nose. You Also Smell with Your Tongue

A popular science article summarizing the research explains, Until now, taste and smell were considered to be independent sensory systems that did not interact until their respective information reached the brain. . . . Using genetic and biochemical methods to probe the taste cell cultures, the researchers found that the …

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Biological Cloaking Device Renders Shrimp Larvae Invisible

Mantis shrimp larvae, like many marine larvae, are camouflaged by their transparent bodies. But their compound eyes1, sticking up on stalks, contain opaque pigment and therefore cannot be transparent. Yet the larvae hide their eyes quite nicely. How do they do it? Mantis shrimp larvae, researchers have discovered, do it …

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The Newest Finding on the Expansion of the Universe

Introduction The latest measure of the Hubble constant (H0) recently made headlines. Adam Riess and a team of collaborators found a value of 74.03 km/s/Mpc,1 a bit larger than their previous measurement of 73.24 km/s/Mpc for H0. The Hubble constant is the basic datum about cosmology, so its value is …

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New Species of “Bat-Wing” Dinosaur Uncovered?

Be Careful When Reading Popular News Reports! Dr. Gabriela Haynes, a paleontologist who works with our research department, analyzed the scientific paper, published in the journal Nature. Dr. Haynes said when she first read one of the popular science articles on Ambopteryx it was pretty puzzling and she wondered what …

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Answers Magazine Again Top EPA Winner

Editor’s note: This article was adapted from a news release that was recently distributed to the media. For the third time, the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) has honored Answers magazine, published by Answers in Genesis (AiG), with its Award of Excellence from among scores of Christian periodicals. At EPA’s recent …

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How Frog-Hopping Evolved?

News Source A team of scientists from New Zealand and the United States reported in the journal Naturwissenschaften that frogs evolved the ability to jump before they evolved the ability to land gracefully. The researchers drew their conclusions from observations of a family of so-called “primitive” frogs known as Leiopelmatidae. …

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Simple Tube Anemones? Think Again.

Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA, located in the mitochondria of the cell and not the nucleus) is usually found in a ring shape, but in the tube anemone, it’s found in linear fragments. And the tube anemone now holds the record for the largest mitochondrial genome of any animal, with 81,000 base …

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Evolution’s Surprising New Critics

Most people, both Christians and non-Christians alike, would be surprised to learn that all is not well in the land of molecules-to-man evolution. Creationists aren’t the only ones questioning the reigning evolutionary model—a band of rebellious evolutionists is leading a new movement called The Third Way. As their website explains, …

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