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Creation science news

Below are articles from the Institute for Creation Research.We trust that you find them interesting!

  • Thu, 19 Sep 2019 08:00:00 +0000: Give Today to Reach the Next Generation - Science Update from ICR

    North Texas Giving Day is here once again! Will you help us reach the next generation? Your generosity will empower ICR and the brand-new ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History to help families, children, and students discover how science confirms creation.


     


    This 18-hour online giving event draws support for North Texas nonprofits... More...
  • Tue, 17 Sep 2019 08:00:00 +0000: Fossil Ape Skull Is a Game Ender - Science Update from ICR
    A recent poll of college-age Americans showed that the single most convincing science-based argument for evolution is the lineup of supposed ape-like evolutionary ancestors of mankind.1 But epidemic disagreement among researchers over the relevance and position of every thus-far-proposed human ancestor undermines confidence in this fluctuating and fragmented fossil lineup. Creation researcher Marvin Lubenow called it “the fake pa... More...
  • Thu, 12 Sep 2019 08:00:00 +0000: Over a Dozen More Dinosaur Soft Tissues - Science Update from ICR


    A trio of scientists used sterile techniques to collect 17 dinosaur fossils. They searched deep inside the specimens for original, still-soft tissue remnants. What did they find?



    Their Edmontosaurus (a species of hadrosaur) fossils came from where the Hell Creek Formation outcrops at the Standing Rock Hadrosaur Site in South Dakota. There, bits of hadrosaur bone poke through the sediment at a cut bank of the Grand River.... More...

  • Tue, 10 Sep 2019 08:00:00 +0000: Komodo Dragon Genome Bites Evolution - Science Update from ICR
    Komodo dragons are the largest lizards in the world and a top predator on the remote Indonesian islands they inhabit. Their sensory system allows them to detect large prey, such as deer, over seven miles away. Although Komodo dragons are cold-blooded reptiles, they can rapidly increase their metabolism to near-mammalian levels for amazing bursts of speed and even long strenuous runs. Because of their highly venomous bites, all they need is one go... More...
  • Thu, 05 Sep 2019 08:00:00 +0000: ICR Discovery Center Hosts Grand Opening - Science Update from ICR
    This Labor Day, over 1,600 people flowed through the ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History to celebrate its grand opening. ICR staff and volunteers welcomed plenty of Texas locals as well as longtime supporters from all over the country. Many were excited to see this incredible vision come to fruition. Our CEO Dr. Henry Morris III reflected on the momentous day: “It is wonderful ... More...

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