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Mammoth DNA Challenges Assumed Age

Intact chromosomes from a woolly mammoth: can they really be 52,000 years old?

Archive: Plant Email, Aliens, Sex, Sandstone, More

Here's a collection of short articles published by CEH in July 2001.

Ape and Human Y Chromosomes Compared

New genetic differences attributed to evolution, but evolutionary bias ignores designed function.

Closer Look Found Important Functions in Junk RNA

Did evolutionists' belief in genomic junk delay important discoveries?

Archive: Ethics, Rights, Bird Trees, Stalactites, Cells

Would you know some of these articles are "old news" from 23 years ago if you didn't see the dates? It appears that evolutionists have not changed much.

Vulture Design Highlighted

Illustra Media's new short film shows that ugly things can be beautiful in their own way.

Fly Nervous System Exceeds Expectations

One look at this nerve diagram should eliminate thoughts of evolution.

Did Darwin Plus Wallace Explain Butterfly Patterns?

Selectionism, whether natural or sexual, reduces science to storytelling.

Archive: Mountains, Demons, Proteins, Mutations, Human Lab Rats

The following short articles were first published in June 2002.

New Monotreme Fossils Fail to Support Evolution

Diversity discovered, but not an evolutionary progression as Darwinism requires.

Insect Olympic Feats Astonish Biologists

Butterflies cross the Atlantic, and tiny gnats fly over the Pyrenees.

Origin of Flowers: Evolutionists Don’t Even Know What They Don’t Know

A damaging preprint claims that data on the origin of flowers is heavily biased.

Archive: Flagellum, Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Crabs, Comets

Celebrate the summer solstice with these lost gems from CEH archives published in June 2002.

Ant What She Used to Be

Darwinians are masters at twisting evidence of stasis into tales of ancient evolution.

Better Science Without Darwin

Scientists wouldn't rush to imitate nature if it was poorly designed.
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