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Bird Fossils Weren’t Evolving

When you see a modern-looking bird as a fossil, how can you say it's evolving?

Musical Response in Animals Proves Evolution

Breaking Discovery: Chimps Swaying to Music Proves Evolution! — But Birds Sway to Music so Did We Evolve From Them?

Brain Thoughts

Here are recent findings about brains that are big and small, squishy and tough, but all amazing.

Evolving Everything Except Sense

When they have a magic wand, evolutionists see everything as a rabbit and every environment as a hat.

Questioning Another Dino-Bird

Another Chinese fossil bird with a few dinosaur-like characteristics raises question about the evolutionary narrative.

Animals Thrive in Fukushima Nuclear Accident Zone

Scientists observe a surprise in danger zone around the Japanese nuclear accident zone after 10 years: animals love the place!

More Faith in Natural Selection: DinoBirds

It's easy, Darwinists say, to make a bird from a dinosaur. Just shrink it down. All the requirements will emerge.

Watch: Illustra Introduces 2-Minute Wonders

Branching off from hour-long documentaries, Illustra Media started releasing quick, shareable video jewels.

Evolution for the Birds: Must Adaptation Be Evolutionary?

Darwinians use adaptation and evolution almost interchangeably. Is that justified?

Scientists, Reporters Still Nuts Over Darwin

No other historical scientist gets as much praise and worship as Charlie D. Why is that?

Meaning of Beauty Explained in Beautiful New Illustra Film

Why is there beauty in the living world? We all recognize it. The implications take center stage in the design-vs-Darwin debate.

Bird Development in Stunning Video

The orchestration of a bird from egg to chick is shown in astonishing detail by Illustra Media.

Why Can’t Scientists Achieve Nature’s Designs?

Biomimetics has been big for years now, but scientists are still a long way from achieving biology's engineering.

Brain Provides Shortcuts for the Will

The brain is like a smart assistant, allowing previously-learned actions to be called up on demand.
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