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Surprising Fossils Astonish Evolutionists

When fossils have to be millions of years old, evolutionists can't believe their eyes.

Convergent Evolution: A Better Explanation

Can an event acknowledged as improbable occur many times?

Evolutionists Surprised but Never Falsified

When you're the only team allowed on the field, you can move the goalposts at will.

Shoving Fossils Onto Darwin’s Timeline

Fossils do not tell a Darwinian story unless they are forced into his narrative. Dinosaurs Jurassic dinosaurs trotted between Africa and Europe (Phys.org). People probably hadn’t thought that T. rex had to be a long-distance swimmer. How, then, did tracks of tyrannosaur-like dinosaurs get across oceans? Darwin, we have a problem! Similar dinosaur tracks have […]

Music Is Noise to Monkeys

Experiments show that monkeys prefer noise over music, even though they have brain similarities with humans. A neuroscientist at the National Institutes of Health wondered if monkeys could relate to music like humans do. After all, their eyes probably see like ours; do their ears hear like ours? Katarina Zimmer at The Scientist tells the […]

Kazooki Theater: Darwinism Tolerates Kooky Speculation

No, an orangutan playing a kazoo cannot explain the origin of human language. Why do such ideas get favorable media press?

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.

What a Difference the Breath of Life Makes

Breath is a marvelous thing that makes all the difference in living.

Fossils Do Not Say “We Evolved” – People Do

Scientists put words in the mouths of dead animals, as if they are dummies telling stories about their evolution.

Brain Provides Shortcuts for the Will

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

Bird with a Beat

Viewers will get a kick out of Snowball the cockatoo bobbing to the beat of music. Humans can go nuts responding to music, we all know: from foot-tapping to wild whole-body movements and hair shakes, the more energy in the beat, the crazier it can get. But birds? Meet Snowflake, a sulfur-crested white cockatoo, that […]

Moose, You Otter Have Beavers Nearby

Once again, scientists conclude that beavers do a lot of good for other animals and plants.

Brains by Mistake: The Darwin Poof Spoof

To Darwinians, brains are merely meat computers that arose by accident. The evidence for "over-design," however, is beyond comprehension.

More Laetoli Footprints Found

New Discovery of More Laetoli Human Footprints Print characteristics support the conclusion they were made by modern humans by Jerry Bergman, PhD In 1976, paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey reported finding what she judged to be ancient hominin footprints at a site in Laetoli, in northeastern Tanzania.[1] The footprints were in volcanic deposits dated to the Pliocene, […]

Santa’s Reindeer Latest Victims of Darwin Storytellers

Darwinists play Pin the Ruminants on the Darwin Tree, including reindeer, cows, goats and sheep.
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