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Oldest Scorpion Stings Darwin

Storytellers caught in the act: making up an evolutionary tale when the fossil evidence does not support it.

Can Atheists Answer the Meaning of Life?

An atheist serves up a way to get meaning out of the dark oblivion of materialism. This should be interesting.

Leftists Use Science as Camouflage

Leftists have learned that the 'science costume' is their most effective means of propaganda.

What’s Happening at Betelgeuse?

Astronomers are puzzled by the dimming of one of the brightest stars in the sky, Betelgeuse in Orion.

More Benefits of Exercise

Diet and exercise; we know we should do better. Here are more motivations to get up and work out.

How to Lubricate Your Body’s Gears

You have gears in your spine. Ask these Swedish researchers who say so, and learn some gear maintenance skills, too.

Evolving Everything Except Sense

When they have a magic wand, evolutionists see everything as a rabbit and every environment as a hat.

Questioning Another Dino-Bird

Another Chinese fossil bird with a few dinosaur-like characteristics raises question about the evolutionary narrative.

Calling the Extinction Game

The Mexico Asteroids pull ahead! But the India Deccans are not down for the count.

How Body Organs Evolved (Not)

From the first fossils of multicellular life to the end, Dr Jerry Bergman looks for evidence of the evolution of organs.

Silly Darwinism Needs a Good Shaming

This is what happens in one-party rule: insanity with impunity.

Long Necks Without Evolution

What do giraffes and sauropods have in common? A new paper shows how you can seek answers without Darwin's help.

Stay Healthy; Get Dirty

Studies of two people groups confirm that exposure to nature helps prime the immune system – among other benefits.

Dino Skin with Blood Vessels, Proteins Found

So well preserved is a hadrosaur's skin, the remnants of blood vessels and pigments are still visible with original molecules present.

Reading: Darwinian Roots of the Culture of Death

This passage by Nancy Pearcey draws the connection between Darwinism and today's culture of death.