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Giant Speculations

I recently watched Jack the Giant Slayer, and it reminded me of an idea I had wanted to explore but never got around to. The film is based on the fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk. In this well known story, the giant lives in a land that is somewhere between heaven and earth. When Jack [...]

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The European Eel, Darwin Wrong

The European eel illustrates exactly why Charles Darwin theory of evolution has continued to be on the wrong side of science. Darwin once argued that “By the theory of natural selection, all living species have been connected… So that the number of intermediate and transitional links, between all living and extinct species, must have been [...]

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Exodus: God and Kings Review

Is Hollywood trying to destroy the Christian Market? For the past 4 years, we have been working on the Genesis 3D Movie; and during this time, I have been keenly interested in the reviews of faith-based films. This past weekend’s opening of the highly anticipated “Exodus” movie turned out to be a big disappointment. You would think [...]

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Mystery of Species

 Mystery of Species Greek philosophers are thought to be the first to begin classifying living things. The story behind the word species (Greek εἶδος) began with Plato. Building on Plato, Aristotle used genus (γένος) and species as philosophical categories. A genus was a category and a species was a subcategory of a genus. At the time, [...]

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Darwin’s Tree Infestation

Darwin’s Tree Infestation Insects fascinated Charles Darwin. “No pursuit at Cambridge [University] was followed with nearly so much eagerness,” Darwin notes, “or gave me so much pleasure as collecting beetles.” His fascination continued while sailing aboard the HMS Beagle, collecting the only known specimen of Darwinius Sedaris (pictured) in 1832 while in Argentina. Insects are [...]

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