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Homeostasis: How active maintenance looks like smart design

Nature is filled with processes that maintain the order. Perhaps you will have seen magnetic toys that maintain the item suspended in the midst of the area so...

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Explanation of Animals: Random Walking

Darwin devolves, however improvement is evolving. The story of Darwin's famous ignorance of the sudden prevalence of animals in Cambrian has been...

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Fairy Circles, Spider Silk, Epigenetics and More: Intelligent Design in News

We update sensible telephone purposes (or allow them to replace mechanically). Science information is such; new observations or repairs proceed. It’s a...

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Rare earth elements and intelligent design

Can we explain human know-how with the explosions and blind prospects of supernovae alone? Some do. But in uncommon earth elements we find clues for a better...