DNA: Pointing to Intelligence

On April 25, 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick published a paper that would forever alter our understanding of life and give cause to question leading theories on how we came into existence.

Darwin's Not-So-Simple Cell

Charles Darwin's renowned work, "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection," was published in November of 1859. At the time, little was known about the building blocks of life—cells.

Cattail Eco-Heroes

On the rolling Saskatchewan prairie, about 70 miles east of the city of Saskatoon, sits a pleasant community of 6000 people named Humboldt.

The Flagellum Bacteria—Proof of Design?

When reporting on the subject, mainstream western media portray Intelligent Design (sometimes referred to simply as I.D.) as a battle between religion and science, between the ignorant and the educated, between people led by blind emotion versus l

What Do You Know?

Are you knowledgeable? We've all heard the line, "What do YOU know?" Perhaps, it has been directed at you. The situation is generally confrontational. It's an argument and emotions are running high.

Weather or Not

News and weather are standard products transmitted continually by radio and television. There are dedicated TV weather channels. One can find a myriad of weather sites on the internet.