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Apologetics Press :: Decisive Designs

As both creationists and evolutionists concede, where there is obvious design, there must be, just as obviously, a designer. The Decisive Designs section of our Web site is devoted to discussion of the designs that are inherent in the world around us. From the magnificent macrocosm that is the Universe itself, to the mind-boggling microcosm that is a single cell, that design is so self-evident that even the most jaded evolutionists have struggled in their attempts to “explain it away.” Here, we intend to provide incontrovertible examples of such design, including instances from the rapidly emerging, fascinating field of biomimicry, as well as evidence for the Designer behind it.

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Decoding Design In the Retina? Kyle Butt, M.A.
Eyeballing Design in the Vampire Squid Kyle Butt, M.A.
Feeling Design Kyle Butt, M.A.
Following the Toucan’s Nose to a Designer Kyle Butt, M.A.
A Four Million Dollar Piece of Evidence for God’s Existence Kyle Butt, M.A.
Having the Vision to See Design Kyle Butt, M.A.
It Takes Intelligence to Design a Human—oid Kyle Butt, M.A.
Nature Sticks to Design Kyle Butt, M.A.
Pipeline Platelets Kyle Butt, M.A.
Rat Whiskers: More Than Meets the Eye Kyle Butt, M.A.
Sniffing Out Design Kyle Butt, M.A.
A Sponge with Fiber Optics Kyle Butt, M.A.
A Stomach That Can’t Digest Evolution Kyle Butt, M.A.
Bat “Vision” Caleb Colley, M.L.A.
The Jackhammer in Your Backyard Caleb Colley, M.L.A.
Parkour and Biomimicry Caleb Colley, M.L.A.
Torporific Biomimicry Caleb Colley, M.L.A.
ArcherFish: Changing Caliber to Fit Prey Brad Harrub, Ph.D.
Nanotechnology in Spores? Brad Harrub, Ph.D.
The Ultimate Power Plants Brad Harrub, Ph.D.
What a Tangled Web We Weave... Brad Harrub, Ph.D.
Bombardier Beetles and Airplane Engines Brad Harrub, Ph.D. and Bert Thompson, Ph.D.
Biomimicry, Butterflies, and Bank Fraud Eric Lyons, M.Min.
The Cause of Cuttlefish Eric Lyons, M.Min.
Exceptional Spider Silk Eric Lyons, M.Min.
God Put Wits In Godwits Eric Lyons, M.Min.
“How Come Earth Got All the Good Stuff?” Eric Lyons, M.Min.
RoboLobster’s Inspiration Eric Lyons, M.Min.
Scientists, Soldiers, and Fish Scales Eric Lyons, M.Min.
Sticky Business Eric Lyons, M.Min.
Who Makes the World’s Best Fliers? Eric Lyons, M.Min.
God's Gecko Glue Branyon May and Bert Thompson, Ph.D.
Another Case of Man Mimicking God’s Design Dave Miller, Ph.D.
The Complexity of the Design Process Jeff Miller, M.S.
God’s Wood or Man’s Plastic? Dave Miller, Ph.D.
Tampering with the Chief Engineer’s Design Jeff Miller, M.S.
Whiter than Tide® Dave Miller, Ph.D.
Cells—“Design Modules” by the Trillions Nathaniel Nelson
The Flat-Footed, Beaver-Tailed, Duck-Billed Platypus Nathaniel Nelson
The Mallee’s Tongue: Terrific Temperature-Telling Talent Nathaniel Nelson
Masterfully Mighty Meticulous Muscles Nathaniel Nelson
A New “Angle”—the Fish that Fishes Nathaniel Nelson
Plantae: A Kingdom of Light Nathaniel Nelson
What Giraffes Will Do for a Drink Nathaniel Nelson
The Human Skin—Engineered by God Taylor Richardson
Seeing is Believing: The Design of the Human Eye Taylor Richardson
Dancing: Interesting “Bee”-Havior Matthew Vanhorn
“Everything That Has Breath” Matthew Vanhorn
The Evolution of Insect Flight Matthew Vanhorn
The Flight of the Bumblebee Matthew Vanhorn

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