Well, it was bound to happen. Creationists, who have had scant success getting their papers published in serious scientific journals, have launched their own online 'scientific' journal. The Answers Research Journal has begun posting 'research' and articles which are "consistent with the biblical account of origins." According to their website, the ARJ is "peer-reviewed", however the journal's guidelines discourage non-creationists from conducting any reviews. (Okaaaay. That keeps it objective!)
Here's a quote from an article on bacteria and viruses from their very first journal:
Ubiquitousness and persistence of...microbes in the biological ecosystem strongly implicate a beneficial microbe-host interaction in the original creation and subsequent disruption of the beneficial microbe-host interaction after the Fall.
Translation: Darn that Eve! Bacteria and viruses were happy and good in the Garden of Eden:
Then Eve just had to chomp on the fruit, and the microorganisms became dudes with nasty 'tudes:
You know, I'm thinking God doesn't really need these folks to try and make things fit into a little restricted box...