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Lazy Darwinists Abuse Science

The Darwin storytelling empire has become fat and lazy, abandoning the hard work of empiricism for tantalizing speculations.

Empirical Test of the Rafting Hypothesis

Evolutionists claim large mammals like monkeys made it across oceans on rafts of vegetation. Here was a chance to test the idea.

Animals Teach Humans About Design

They may not be able to talk, but living things communicate graduate level information about physics, chemistry and intelligent design.
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Necking in the Dark: Evolutionists Clueless about Giraffes

Evolutionary storytelling about giraffes' long necks goes back before Darwin, but all the tales have one thing in common: they don't work. Doesn't matter. Evolution marches on.

Convergence Crams Uncooperative Fossils into Darwinism

When unrelated fossils have similar traits, evolutionary paleontologists twist, shove and stuff them into Darwin's theory with an all-purpose tool called convergence.

Evolutionists Tripping Over Human Tracks on Crete

These can't be hominid tracks. They are far too early! Well, then, who made them?

Dolphin Trick Could Save Lives

When trauma hits, do what the dolphins do: cool the face and eyes.

Next Evolutionary Icon: Peppered Snakes?

Sea snakes said to turn black due to 'industrial melanism'—a term from the old peppered moth story. Media go wild.

Science Says Mosquitoes Cannot Fly But Recently Found Out How They Do

Scientists solved the mystery of mosquito flight by using both super high-speed cameras and computer analysis.

New Book: Fossil Forensics

Read the introduction to the new book by Dr Jerry Bergman with contributions by Frank J. Sherwin and Philip Snow.

The Myth of Evolution from Water to Land and Back to Water

Whale evolution remains one of the greatest mysteries for Darwinists, despite their claims about a fossil sequence.

Sperm Tail is Far More Complex than Thought

New research has discovered that the mechanism of motion in sperm tails requires signaling, transmission and highly-ordered elasto-hydrodynamic material.

Dangers of Viewing Animal Death as Helpful

It's one thing to say an ecosystem can take care of recycling a carcass. It's another to say the ecosystem needs the carcass to thrive.

Dog Breeding: Exploring the Limits of Change

A new survey of over 160 dog breeds yields surprises about their genetic histories.

Whale of a Tail Tale

Armed with a license for just-so storytelling, evolutionists can explain anything – even opposites.
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