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How Darwin Storytelling Permeates Society

Everywhere you go, you get Darwin Just-So Stories. You can't travel or read the newspaper without them.

Silly Darwin Stories Never Rebuked by Big Science, Big Media

If you pledge allegiance to the Darwin Party, you can get away with pure nonsense and call it "science."

Your Body Talks to Itself

Proteins form large communications network to keep the body in sync with the biological clock.

Horse Found Frozen in Tundra

An exceptionally-preserved foal has been found in Siberian tundra. Can scientists bring it back to life as a clone?

Silly Evolution Speculations Would Cease If Media Allowed Fair Debate

Evolutionists get away with ridiculous stories because Big Science and Big Media are intolerant of opposing views. Healthy science requires open debate.

One Wrong-Handed Amino Acid Can Cause Vertigo

The rocks in your head that give you a sense of balance are finely tuned to spiral in a certain way.

The Evolution of Language and The Language of Evolution

Ask a Darwinian how humans evolved language, and you are likely to hear gibberish.

People Smell All Over, and Other Body Surprises

Here are some new discoveries you probably didn't realize about the human body.

Humans Can Selectively Wipe Out Certain Animals

The human impact on animals is well known today and is becoming apparent in history, too. Implications for ancient history are considered.

Upsets Surprise Evolutionists

These announcements show that fossils have ways of contradicting evolutionary expectations.

The Evolution of Screaming and Other Darwin Absurdities

When Darwinism is the only game in town, you're likely to see some fumbles good for laughs.

Humans: Uniquely Endowed, Unnaturally Evil

How could such 'fearfully and wonderfully made' beings be capable of unspeakable atrocities?

Marvelous un-Darwinian Mammals

Some familiar and unfamiliar mammals share their secrets of extreme adaptation and survival.

Freaks of Evolution Exposed

A science writer calls some weird animals freaks of evolution, but there's a double meaning in that phrase begging to be unpacked.

“Y” Your Inner Ear Hears So Well

A new paper about the inner ear shows an additional level of organization and architecture that increases sensitivity and frequency discrimination.
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