Spider webs have electrical properties that help them attract insects: a paper last year noted that positively charged objects are more attracted to the silk than neutral objects. This is unsurprising, as weak electrostatic charges build up all the time simply from different materials rubbing together. Thomas says: Continue reading →
Arguably this is just evidence for the reliability of scientific methods of dating the universe. The ICR gave up on c-decay as an explanation for the starlight problem some time ago, hence their current rejection of the possibility of everyday changes in physical laws. Basically, this is just a justification for future uses of goddidit:
Processes today operate primarily within fixed natural laws and relatively uniform process rates, but since these laws were themselves originally created and are daily maintained by their Creator, there is always the possibility of miraculous intervention in these laws or processes by their Creator.
Aside from that, the rest of the article is pretty accurate.