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Uncontested Consensus Is Bad for Science

Darwinian evolution is a prime example of how an unchallenged consensus leads to unbridled speculation and absurdity.

Just-So Stories for the Darwin Crowd

For the scientifically illiterate, bedtime stories of how things evolved bring contentment.

Science Will Never Know Some Things

Working against scientists' ambitions are hurdles of reality.

Dinosaurs Evolved in the Blink of an Eye

Evolutionists figure that dinosaurs evolved from pre-dinosaurs rapidly, despite no significant change in the environment.

The Science Axis of Evil

By assuming misbehavior evolves, some scientists become agents of evil, and Big Science institutions become their enablers.

Hundreds of Dino Tracks Found Eroding at Scottish Beach

Could these sauropod tracks have survived the ocean for thousands of years, let alone millions?

This Is Not Evolution

Evidence often comes with a Darwin label, but let the buyer beware.

Good Lectures for the Holiday Weekend

Hear the late Dr. Dr. Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith share wisdom about Biblical creation topics.

More Clarity for a Holiday Weekend

Another recommended resource for clear thinking about Darwinism and origins.

Major Scientific Revolutions Are Still Possible

Beware the myth of progress. There's more scientists don't know than what they know.

Chinese Teeth Upset Early Man Timeline

Is the truth in the teeth? Modern-looking human teeth in a Chinese cave create improbable migration patterns and dates.

Inventing Stars, Solar Systems and Universes

Always look into the methods used when scientists speak confidently about models for making things appear out of nowhere.

Humans Behaving Badly Ecologically

By driving some animals extinct, are humans damaging the whole planet? Who will be the judge?

Scientific Ethics: A Reader Digest

For your weekend reading, here's a summary of news articles on various topics related to scientific integrity and ethics.

Three Mavericks Who Won

The loner, not the consensus, is sometimes the one whose views get traction in science. Here are three historical examples.
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