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Any Evolution for Platypus Yet?

It's been a long time since scientists have tried to Darwinize the platypus. Any progress?

Design of Snowflakes Explained

Illustra has released a new short film on snowflakes. What kind of design do crystals represent, natural or intentional?

More Evidence Refutes Myth of Junk DNA

The myth of junk DNA is not totally dead yet, but it's getting there.

Beware of Globalist Psychologists

Hiding behind his scientist mask, a psychologist pictures a global utopia without considering the downside.

Cave Art Dates Contradict Human Nature

After painting a pig on a cave wall, what did these artists do for five times all of recorded history?

Argentina Hosted Largest Land Animal

A new skeleton of a sauropod may have broken the record for largest land animal that ever lived.

Fly Specialties Amaze Scientists

The humble housefly deserves some respect for its engineering design.

Archaeology News from the Time of Jesus

Two archaeological sites relating to New Testament events have come to light.

Complexity of Cancer-Stopping Gene Regulation Described

The molecular dance between molecules that prevent cancer in dividing cells is a performance that defies evolution.

Nobody Can Measure the Age of the Universe

Measuring age depends on measuring light speed in ways that cannot in principle be confirmed.

Dinosaur Bone Bed Indicates Underwater Graveyard

Multiple specimens of Edmontosaurus give evidence of catastrophic water burial after transport by an underwater debris flow.

What a Croc: Punk-Eek Invoked for Crocodile Evolution

Evolution is fast except when it is slow. It explains all, including why crocodiles are largely unchanged for 200 mya.

Retracted Papers Never Die

There's another case of zombie science in peer-reviewed publishing: retracted papers that don't stay dead.

AAAS Wants to Evolve Integrity

The pro-Darwin AAAS is trying to use a failing strategy: increasing scientific integrity by intelligent design.

Darwinists Still Attempting to Prove Criminality is Genetic

  The idea that criminality represents a throwback to our pre-modern stage of human evolution, (i.e., to the innate aggressiveness of our survival-of-the-fittest animal ancestry) was disproved over a century ago. Shamefully, it’s back. by Jerry Bergman, PhD. Introduction Phrenology, the art of divining personality by evaluating bumps on the human head, is one of […]
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