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Solutions Come from Freedom and Ingenuity, Not Government

Look at these fantastic examples of potential solutions to world problems coming from motivated scientists.

Unaccountable Fear-mongering Must Stop

Some activist scientists make predictions they could never prove, scaring the public. They must be held accountable.

Smarty Plants

There's more going on in your local weed than scientists could have imagined in Linnaeus's day.

A New Blood Component Revealed

The human body gets more complex as research progresses. Concurrently, evolution appears more impossible.

Desperation to Keep Dinosaur Soft Tissue Old

The big guns are out to prove dinosaur blood vessels and collagen really can last tens of millions of years. Do they succeed?

SETI Wants Your Money to Look at Nothing

Since one cannot prove a universal negative, SETI believers can search forever without accountability.

Psychology’s Fake Superiority Over Religion

Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools. Yet they never learn.

There’s Abundance in Poverty

God's free gifts are all around us, if we would just see them and learn how to use them.

Musical Response in Animals Proves Evolution

Breaking Discovery: Chimps Swaying to Music Proves Evolution! — But Birds Sway to Music so Did We Evolve From Them?

Fossils: Where’s the Evolution?

Animals larger than today's, appearing earlier than thought – how does that help Darwin's narrative?

Darwin Day Is Fizzling

Certain advocacy sites are busy, but Darwin Day seems to be falling off the radar of major news outlets and journals.

Can Science Trust Itself?

Disturbing news comes from scientists who like to portray themselves as infallible seekers of the truth.

Bad News for Plant Origins

To find an ancestor for plant photosynthesis in red algae, evolutionists have to imagine a series of spectacularly improbable events.

Punching Darwin’s Lights Out

Story about human sexual dimorphism backfires on Darwin, ricochets onto transgenders.

Cancer Is Devolution

A major consortium examined 2,658 cancer genomes and found evolution going downward, not upward.
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