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2021 in Review

Here were the most-read articles on Creation-Evolution Headlines this past year.

Scientists Were Wrong About Tooth Cavities

Cavities are not caused by bad bacteria but by the loss of a complex, well-designed bacterial ecosystem.

Darwinism-Inspired Hepatitis Experiments Exposed

More evidence of experimenting on so-called inferior races: the harm Darwinism caused grows as new examples are uncovered.

Fingertips Can Detect Single Atom Differences

The touch sensitivity of finger skin could not be improved. There's a purpose for fingerprints, too.

“Settled Science” Unsettled: The Case of Fluoridated Water

Another case of scientific consensus has been undermined. How many were put at risk by a false idea?

More Proof Life Begins at Conception

New findings about activity in the zygote should influence discussions about abortion.

Your Body Constantly Fights Cancer

Sometimes cancer cells take hold, but not for want of constant surveillance and combat by the immune system.

Journals Dismayed at Taliban Treatment of Scientists

Journal editors seem surprised at events in Afghanistan but avoid blaming those responsible for the disaster.

Warming Caused Little Ice Age

Here are more indications that long-term climate forecasting is beyond human prognostication ability.

The James Webb Space Telescope Will Not Tell Us Where We Came From

As the long-awaited launch of JWST approaches, it's time to deflate some pompous predictions.

Science and Scientism Are Two Different Things

A Scientist Condemns Scientism, or why many scientists wrongly confuse science with scientism.

Leaky Mitochondria Keep Sea Otters Warm

Darwin-free research on sea otters might have benefits for humans.

Massaging Extinction Narratives with Microfossil Divination

When you look at the details of the research, the basis for confidence evaporates.

Illustra Posts Christmas Video from Space

Here is a visual Christmas gift from Illustra Media: A Christmas Carol with views of our planet from space.

Words Disprove Materialism

You can't even think about materialism without using something immaterial.
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