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    Creation vs. evolution and the first eyes

    Last week I was at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History looking at trilobite fossils, at the same time a paper entitled “Discovery of some 400 million year-old sensory structures in the compound eyes of trilobites” was being published. Trilobites are a well-known fossil group of extinct marine invertebrate animals  having an external skeleton, a se...

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    Humans vs. Hominins

    Archaeologists have discovered many extinct species that physically resemble us. They are known asHominins: a member of the human lineage, more closely related to living people than to chimpanzees or other living primates. The last Hominin to go extinct was the Neanderthal. They arose about 250,000 years ago (vs. humans who appeared 200,000 years ago) and ...

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    Russian Asteroid: are we protected?

    A space rock streaked across the sky and exploded over central Russia on February 15 2013, raining fireballs over a vast area and causing a shock wave that smashed windows, damaged buildings and injured people. http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/15/us-russia-meteorite-idUSBRE91E05Z20130215 The earth is covered by a thick atmosphere. Anything trying to ...

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    The latest estimate for the age of the universe

    Establishing the age of the universe requires long term observation of the cosmos, primarily from instruments on satellites.  Until December 21, 2012 the best scientific estimate of the age of the universe was between: 13.62 and 13.88 billion years old. The Genesis One Code shows how Genesis contains the exact age of the universe- to an accuracy not avail...

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