Magical Thinking in Sauropod Evolution Footwork
August 12, 2022
Giant dinosaurs needed foot pads to support their weight, so evolution gave it to them.
No Escape from “In the Beginning”
August 11, 2022
The universe had a beginning. Cyclic universes don't work.
Fossil Soft Tissue: An Apatite for Rotten Fish
August 8, 2022
Scientists put up with the smell of rotting sea bass for 2.5 months to learn why some fossils preserve soft tissues. They didn't learn much.
Archive Classic: Astrobiology, 0 Steps Forward, 3 Steps Back
August 6, 2022
From 2005: Report of a JPL lecture on the origin of life offers nothing but anti-scientific speculation.
The Dinosaur Times
August 5, 2022
Reports about giant reptiles in the news: plesiosaurs and mosasaurs in the Sahara, fast-growing sauropods, Jurassic fish, more!
JWST Surprises and Discoveries
August 4, 2022
Galaxies evolve quicker than expected, and stunning new images of Hubble classics dazzle the eyes.
Carbon Dating Is Becoming Useless
July 28, 2022
Due to atmospheric trends, the usefulness of carbon dating may die.
Human Evolution Under Marshall Law
July 22, 2022
A new law of nature falsifies human evolution —and maybe all evolution.
Politicians Overplay Climate Science
July 21, 2022
With hype exploding around the internet, there has never been a bigger need to understand the limitations of science.
Mars Youth Shows in New Study
July 18, 2022
The basis for believing Mars is billions of years old and had oceans like the Earth comes under fire in a new study.
Coppedge Book Is Back Online
July 17, 2022
Long overdue, we have just re-uploaded Dr James F Coppedge's classic, Evolution: Possible or Impossible? to our website.
Will Dark Matter Theorists See the Light?
July 13, 2022
Some cosmologists are seriously considering dark matter theory to be a blunder.
Mars Meteorite Shakes Up Stories of Solar System Formation
June 17, 2022
A long-held assumption about isotope ratios contradicts prevailing views about planet formation.
Yellowstone Witnesses Flood Power
June 16, 2022
One little rainstorm closed America's most famous national park and caused damage that will take years to repair.
Weekend Climate Digest
June 11, 2022
Don't just listen to the hype and respond to scare tactics. Read the science.