Category : Animals

Creatures of the Lagoon | Fish Food Feeding Frenzy | Peter Schreimer

Learning about the different habitats and all the crazy-cool creatures that live here, is a lot of fun. But there’s nothing more exciting than being here when it’s feeding time! Phil, what do we have on the menu? I don’t…

March 27, 2016

Critter Quest! | Season of Change | Peter Schreimer

There’s nothing like a crisp, fall days. It’s one of my favorite times to explore the natural world because there’s so much going on as the season changes. For people, fall is a time to enjoy all of the wonders…

March 27, 2016

The Kangaroo Had to Have Hopped into Existence!

“Remember his marvellous works that he hath done, his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth…” 1 Chronicles 16:12 Those who believe that all living things are the product of millions of years of evolution tell us that living things…

March 25, 2016

All Over The Map | “I Dream of Seney” | Peter Schreimer

America’s Nature Guy, Peter Schriemer, reconnects families with nature in this fun travel show exploring our Wildlife Refuges. In this episode, Peter takes viewers through Seney National Wildlife Refuge in the north woods of Michigan – featuring loons, frogs, beetles,…

March 24, 2016

The Frauds of Evolution #8: “A Rose by Any Other Name…” Evolutionists, Museums, and the Naming Game

continued The Frauds of Evolution #8: “A Rose by Any Other Name…”  Evolutionists, Museums, and the Naming Game   Frauds and hoaxes by evolutionists come in multiple forms, as we have seen in previous installments of this series. The fraud…

March 22, 2016

The Law of Biogenesis [Part II]

The Law of Biogenesis [Part II] by Jeff Miller, Ph.D.   [EDITOR’S NOTE: Part I of this two-part series appeared in the January issue. Part II follows below, and continues, without introductory comments, where the first article ended.] “Well, I…

March 21, 2016

Are dinosaur legs coming soon to KFC?

Scientists are now claiming that they have caused a chicken to grow a “dinosaur leg” by tinkering with a gene that controls bone development. Normally, when chicks develop, their fibulas start out the same length as their tibias, but as…

March 19, 2016

The Law of Biogenesis [Part I]

The Law of Biogenesis [Part I] by Jeff Miller, Ph.D. INTRODUCTION It is highly unlikely that a high school or college biology student will learn about the gaping chasms that exist in evolutionary theory: chasms over which scientists have no…

March 14, 2016

What the Turtle Taught Us

I’m sure we all want to know what the turtle taught us (tortoise). Let’s find out. In a phylogenetic (alleged family tree) study published in Biology Letters in 2012, more than a thousand of the least-changed regions in the genomes…

March 11, 2016

Science Can No Longer Stomach Dinosaurs-to-Birds Theory

Science Can No Longer Stomach Dinosaurs-to-Birds Theory by Kyle Butt, M.Div. For decades now, the evolutionary community has been batting around the theory that dinosaurs evolved into birds (Thompson and Harrub, 2001). In fact, if you keep your ear to…

March 7, 2016