Darwin Was Wrong on Sexual Selection
June 18, 2021
Even if you believe sexual selection is a valid theory, don't believe what Darwin said about it. He was 180° off.
Amazing Durability in Animals
May 24, 2021
Here are two very different animals with superman-like qualities of toughness and endurance.
Darwinism Does Not Fit the Evidence
May 18, 2021
Darwinists have been lying, saying that "the evidence for evolution is overwhelming." The opposite is true.
Fun in Evolutionary Wonderland
April 23, 2021
Unconstrained by competition, the Darwin Party’s science storytelling industry comes up with some wacky scenarios. Where’s my horse-sized rabbit? (Phys.org). There are some pretty big fossil rodents, but no big fossil rabbits. Leave it to Darwinists to explain anything and everything. So why don’t we see rabbits rivaling the sizes of horses? To answer this […]
Darwinists Are Contortionists
April 9, 2021
To keep their pet theory from being falsified, Darwinians must stretch, twist and bend it to fit unexpected observations.
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.
Sexual Selection Fails to Explain Beauty
March 15, 2021
Looking for evidence of sexual selection in nature as an explanation for beauty has been an exercise in futility.
Evolutionary Paleontologists Ask Wrong Questions
February 9, 2021
Data that should falsify evolutionary timelines instead is used to launch new storytelling speculations.
Why Does This Finch Drink Blood?
January 27, 2021
Another claim of "evolution in action" falls apart under scrutiny.
This Dinosaur-Era Bird Was Not Evolving
November 25, 2020
The only fossil evidence was a larger beak than expected. From that, a scenario of evolution was built.
Bird Ballet Revealed
October 26, 2020
Illustra's latest short film displays a wonder of nature: the coordinated formation flights of thousands of birds.
Solar Panels Kill Birds
September 29, 2020
Green energy sounds visionary till you account for the real-world cost to animals.
Tiny Fly Beats Robots
September 3, 2020
Fruit flies dart, circle, zig and zag rapidly. Researchers gain some insight into how they do it so efficiently.
Scientists Retract Dino-Bird Paper
August 3, 2020
Was it a bird or a dinosaur? The latest guess is neither. It was a lizard! Another example of guesswork in paleontology.
Teach Science in the Yard
April 21, 2020
Parents caught in the role of home schoolers should take their students outside for two benefits: education and health.