Bats Defy Evolution
March 25, 2021
Bats are highly successful and diverse mammals, the only mammals capable of powered flight.
Evolution as a Magic Wand
March 24, 2021
Natural selection is the most creative force in the universe, Darwinists believe. It does anything evolutionists want.
Climate Models Fail History Test
March 23, 2021
Can you trust a politically-sensitive science that doesn't know history?
Scientists Pushing Ethical Lines with Human Embryos
March 20, 2021
Scientists are bad at policing themselves. What they can do and what they should do are two different things.
OOLers Have Abandoned Reason
March 19, 2021
Why are we here? Stuff happens, origin-of-life researchers agree. It might have been lightning.
More Dead Sea Scrolls Found
March 17, 2021
In an adventurous operation, archaeologists have recovered Bible-era treasures before looters could get them.
Recent Plants Found Under Greenland Ice
March 16, 2021
Plant materials in an ice core cannot be a million years old. They look like they were buried in the recent past.
Mindless Artificial Intelligence Doesn’t Understand What It Says
March 14, 2021
Artificial intelligence is getting so good, it can fool most people, but it lacks what humans need for trust: integrity.
Lamprey Larvae Are Not Vertebrate Ancestors
March 12, 2021
Another case of Haeckel-like recapitulation turns out to be false. Lamprey larvae are not relics of our ancestors.
Was Antarctica Once a Land of Forests?
March 11, 2021
Perfectly preserved leaves under Antarctic ice tell a story. But what is the correct plot?
“It Evolved” Is Not Science
March 10, 2021
Secular scientists have a bad habit of carelessly appealing to evolution as a default explanation for everything.
Great Oxidation Myth Unravels, Saved by the Scenario
March 8, 2021
Darwinians never give up a useful myth. When it falls apart, they patch it up with imagination.
Smoke Gets in the Eyes of Climatologists
March 7, 2021
Wildfire smoke and other factors have not been properly taken into account in climate models.
How Wood Is Made
March 5, 2021
Arboreal Artistry: The Amazing Talents of Wood Forming Cells By Margaret Helder As the major component of trees, wood seems useful and even beautiful in finished products, but scarcely biologically dramatic. Yet recent research on the development of wood portrays an elaborate ballet which proceeds inside young developing xylem cells. This performance culminates in […]
Big Bangers Are Making Things Up
March 4, 2021
If you thought Darwinists were the storytellers while physicists do hard science, look at this.