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2021 in Review

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

Darwinism-Inspired Hepatitis Experiments Exposed

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

“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?

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.

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.

Wokeism Will Destroy Science

Science could die by D.I.E. – Diversity, Inclusion and Equity. Even Darwinians worry about redefinitions of these wholesome words.

Biology Needs Design, Not Darwin

Scientists need to stop using Darwin like a lucky charm.

The Bible Does Not Condone Slavery; Darwinism Does

How does the Bible's influence regarding slavery compare with Darwin's? Dr Jerry Bergman contrasts the two.

California Had Long Droughts Before Recent Climate Change

Those who attribute droughts to recent human-caused climate change should read this paper.

Caltech Cancels Eugenicists from Its Racist Past

Caltech is canceling a host of high-profile eugenicists and evolutionists, but they left out an important one.

Using Race to Identify Skeletal Remains

Should forensic anthropologists use race to help identify persons from skeletal parts? The debate goes on and gets weirder.

Nature Journal Doubles Down on Abortion

As if needing to justify its earlier pro-abortion piece, Nature hits back on critics like us.
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