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Biblical Truths... Proven By Science
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Biblical Truths... Proven By Science.


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January 22, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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Creative Procreation (Part 2 of 2)

Check out the amazing reproductive system of the Arum lily. On today’s Creation Moments Minute.

Arum lilies attracts beetles and flies. When an insect lands on a flower, he slides down a slick, oil-coated surface into a chamber filled with small hairs. Imprisoned, he finds a sweet sap that makes good eating. While he is gorging himself and getting sticky in the process, the male part of the flower showers him with pollen. The next day, the sticky, pollen-coated insect finds that the doors to his prison are open. So he flies off to another flower to unwittingly deliver his load of pollen!

It certainly doesn't sound very scientific to say that nobody designed and made this complex arrangement. As we learn more about these arrangements in nature, it becomes even more clear that an all-wise Creator designed these beautiful, symbiotic relationships between different members of the living kingdom.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: Batten, Mary. 1983. "Sex & plants." Science Digest, Oct. p. 59.

January 21, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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Creative Procreation (Part 1 of 2)

If evolution were true, sex would never have evolved. This is the Creation Moments Minute.

Evolutionists believe that sexual reproduction should not have evolved. According to evolutionists, if sexual reproduction were to develop, evolution is supposed to get rid of it.

To make matters worse for evolutionists, immobile plants use sexual reproduction. This creates a problem in transferring the male genes to the female for fertilization. Just to confound things even more, God uses insects and even mammals to transfer the pollen. Since evolutionists believe that plants were around for many millions of years before animals came into existence, evolutionists have yet another formidable problem.

Listen to tomorrow’s program to learn about one particular plant’s amazing reproductive habits that presents an insurmountable problem to evolutionists.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: Batten, Mary. 1983. "Sex & plants." Science Digest, Oct. p. 59.

January 21, 2015 04:30 AM PST

 

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Can Bacteria Think?

Can bacteria think? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute.

It sounds silly to ask whether bacteria can think. However, science has known for more than 100 years that the little guys can indeed think. Experiments in 1883 conducted by Wilhelm Pfeffer showed that bacteria will swim toward good food like chicken soup and away from poisons such as mop disinfectant.

Surprised? That's because we’ve all been trained to think of intelligence in an evolutionary context. The "higher" or more evolved a creature is, the smarter we expect it to be. However, if we recognize, as the Bible says, that all life is the product of an intelligent Creator, we should not be surprised to find that intelligence has nothing to do with evolution. Every creature has been given as much intelligence as it needs by a Creator Who truly cares for every living creature – even bacteria!

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: Pietsch, Paul. 1983. "The mind of a microbe." Science Digest, Oct. p. 69.

January 19, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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Dinosaur Bones Not Always Fully Fossilized

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we’ll examine a remarkable dinosaur bone that couldn’t have been more than 10,000 years old!

In 1993, Science Research News reported graduate student Mary Schweitzer's reaction when examining a slice of 65-million year old T-Rex bone from Montana using the electron microscope. "I got goose bumps,” she said. “It was exactly like looking at a slice of modern bone. How could blood cells survive that long?" she added. To compound the problem, strands of DNA were later identified within the blood.

What does this mean? Firstly, from the known rate at which the DNA structure breaks down under natural radioactivity, the cells were clearly less than 10,000 years old. Secondly, this is not an isolated case, and a major argument is now brewing behind the cloistered walls of academia.

This is further mounting evidence against the popular but godless doctrine of evolution.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: Science Research News, Sept. 7, 1993, Vol. 261.

 

January 18, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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Birds with a Memory to Envy

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we’ll meet a shy bird with a memory we can all envy.

The Clark's nutcracker collects food during the growing season and stores it for the cold winter months. In one year, a bird will store between 22,000 and 33,000 seeds in as many as 2,500 locations, which can be more than ten miles apart. But does the little bird remember where he put all those seeds?

You bet he does! The researchers learned that the nutcrackers recovered as many as two-thirds of their stored seeds within 13 months. And they’re smart, too. When observers were tracking their seed-storing activities, the birds figured out they were being observed. Some refused to store food, and others faked storing seeds when they were being watched.

The remarkable memory of these little birds is their gift from God that enables them to be fed all year around.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Ref: Science News, 2/14: 2004, pp. 103-105, Susan Milius, "Where'd I Put That?" Photo: Clark’s nutcracker at Crater Lake, Oregon. Courtesy of Michael Sulis. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license

January 17, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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The Bombardier Beetle

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, a beetle with a unique ability that evolution is powerless to explain!

The bombardier beetle has a powerful and complex system for protecting himself from enemies. Glands within the beetle produce a mixture of two hydroquinone compounds and hydrogen peroxide. These chemicals must be held in separate chambers because when they come into contact with each other, they react. When the beetle is threatened, the chemicals are mixed in a third chamber, where a third chemical is added, causing an explosive reaction to take place. This reaction forces the caustic solution out through a special "nozzle" in rapid-fire bursts. The beetle is skilled in aiming this nozzle at its enemy.

If this system is missing any of its parts, it is more than worthless to the beetle; the chemicals alone are very dangerous. So this sophisticated defense system could not have evolved in stages.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: Science Digest, Aug., 1983. p. 74. Photo by Patrick Coin (cc-by-sa-2.5).

January 16, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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The Beetle Who Is a Chemist

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, a beetle that moves across the surface of water without any body movement at all.

Like many other insects, the large-eyed rove beetle can walk on water. Should you see one, you’ll notice that he moves across the water, stops, turns, and starts up again without moving any part of his body. How does this work?

The beetle has special glands that produce a chemical – something like detergent – that changes the surface tension of the water. When the surface tension of the water near his back feet is different from the surface tension near his front feet, the beetle is pulled forward.

Such a unique method of movement requires sophisticated knowledge of both hydrodynamics and chemistry. It makes a lot more sense to talk about a wise, personal Creator than it does to speak of the wisdom of a mindless force like evolution.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: Science Digest, Aug., 1983. p. 74. Photo courtesy of © Entomart.

January 15, 2015 10:00 PM PST

 

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Beavers Build More than Dams

The beaver is quite an engineer! See what we mean on today’s Creation Moments Minute. 

When building a dam, a beaver first rams poles into the bed of his waterway. The poles are placed on an angle to increase holding power and are then rammed into the waterway bed, thick end first. This basic skeleton is then reinforced with twigs, leaves, mud and stone.

Large trees brought down for use in construction are not dragged by the beavers to their project. Instead, beavers dig overland channels as much as 1,000 feet long and float the trees to the main body of water where they are working.

Our wise Creator gave so much intelligence and wisdom to the animal kingdom that often we can learn some things from the animals. Rather than supporting the idea of evolution, the beaver supports the idea that the Creator is the source of all intelligence.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

Notes: 
Science Digest, Aug. 1983. p. 73.

 

January 14, 2015 10:00 PM PST

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Animals Don’t Need Technology (Part 2 of 2)

Animals can do many things that humans can’t do, but we can outperform them thanks to our ingenuity and technology. This is the Creation Moments Minute.

The flea can jump 350 times its own length. This is equivalent to our jumping 2,000 feet into the air. A tiny insect called the midge beats its wings an amazing 133,000 times per minute. That's a hundred times faster than you can blink your eye. The ostrich can easily outrun even the fastest runners.

God made a gift to the animals of the specialized abilities they needed. God expects us to follow His example and design and build what we need. If we look carefully, we will see that our Creator has given us all the materials and ideas we need within the creation. No one can say that He does not care what we do with our lives on Earth.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

 

 

January 13, 2015 10:00 PM PST

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Animals Don’t Need Technology (Part 1 of 2)

When we compare ourselves with many of the other living things on this Earth, our abilities are not very impressive. This is the Creation Moments Minute.

A camel can carry 1,000 pounds 30 miles through the desert every day. As a human being, I become tired even thinking about walking 30 miles with empty pockets. The ostrich can run at 30 miles per hour, faster than my car might go during rush hour. The Indian swift can fly at more than 100 miles per hour. The elephant's trunk has 40,000 muscles. This is 70 times the number of muscles in your entire body. Yet, his trunk can bulldoze a tree or pick up a pin. Many of us can't do either one on the first try.

But as we’ll find out on tomorrow’s program, we have something that more than makes up for all of our shortcomings.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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