Amazonia Not Pristine
March 2, 2017
The tropical rainforests of Brazil, once thought to be pristine habitats of noble savages, show evidence of mass reworking by humans for millennia.
Two if By Sea: Earliest Americans Boated Down the Coast
August 15, 2016
The textbook theory of the first migration to the Americas across a land bridge is "dead in the water."
Early Man Foot Kicks Evolution
July 15, 2016
Fossil footprints identical to modern human prints cast serious doubt on the evolutionary timeline.
Why Was Farming Delayed?
June 10, 2016
If intelligent humans were around for hundreds of thousands of years, why didn't any of them think about farming sooner?
Peas and Prosperity
June 1, 2016
A healthy plant community relies on natural mechanisms that agricultural scientists can tap into.
Evolutionary Anthropologists Startled by Racial Mixing in Africa
October 13, 2015
If they didn't expect recent genetic mixing from Europe into Africa, how certain are they about older human migrations?
Give Early Man More Credit
August 21, 2015
From cave to Stone Age, ancient people deserve more respect for their intelligence and capabilities than evolutionary anthropologists give them.
News from Eden
May 20, 2015
Some recent findings fit naturally with a Genesis view of natural history.
"Natural Evil" May Be Broken Good
February 16, 2015
Things in nature we consider nasty are sometimes good systems that have broken.
The Silent Underground Network
December 15, 2014
Under your feet in the woods is a vast communication network where information technology keeps the ecosystem functioning.
Farming Came Too Late in the Evolutionary Timetable
July 6, 2013
Even with generous dates of 10,000 years for the origin of farming, what were modern humans doing for tens of thousands of years or more?