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Water on the Planetary Science Brain

Hydrocephaly is a physical brain ailment, but hydrobioscopy is a philosophical brain malady.

Living Fossils Disprove Evolution

A theory that uses the same process to explain both stasis and change is not a theory worth defending.

Olympic Animals Take the Gold

It's a good thing we don't have to compete against animals for strength, speed, swimming and other Olympic events.

Trusting Science Is Not the Same as Critical Thinking

Experiments with participants given fake science show that those who "trust science" can be gullible.

Scientific American Prints Big Lies

Does white supremacy motivate rejection of evolution? Time to set the record straight!

Life Exceeds Expectations: Aquatic Creatures

Here are some amazing underwater organisms that go beyond the call of survival duty.

Exomoon Seen Forming in Astronomers’ Imaginations

Progress bias misleads scientists into mistaking circular reasoning for fact.

Echinoderm Graveyard Found

Thousands of sea stars, feather stars, brittle stars, sea urchins and more found exceptionally preserved in catastrophic burial.

What Is This Babbler Trying to Say?

Some Darwinians think the Sulawesi Babbler is saying "I evolved!" How do they know they are not mistranslating its babblings?

Human Evolution Story in Tatters

Another skull scrambles the paleoanthropology story. What is the reason for so many rewrites of human evolution?

Gideon Inscription Found

The nickname Gideon was given by his father, Jerubbaal, has been found on a piece of pottery dating from his era.

Science Mismeasures Itself

Blundering along, Big Science creates perverse incentives and ignores its biases while awarding itself happy face stickers.

Life Exceeds Expectations: Invertebrates

Here are examples of terrestrial invertebrates that exceed the requirements for survival.

Fractal Math as a Creator’s Code

A creation astronomer finds a code inscribed by God in fractal geometry.

Sheep Mummy Shows Limits on DNA Longevity

Under ideal conditions for preservation, DNA from a sheep in a salt mine lasted 1,600 years. But could it last millions?
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