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More Benefits of Exercise

Diet and exercise; we know we should do better. Here are more motivations to get up and work out.

How to Lubricate Your Body’s Gears

You have gears in your spine. Ask these Swedish researchers who say so, and learn some gear maintenance skills, too.

Evolving Everything Except Sense

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

How Body Organs Evolved (Not)

From the first fossils of multicellular life to the end, Dr Jerry Bergman looks for evidence of the evolution of organs.
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Long Necks Without Evolution

What do giraffes and sauropods have in common? A new paper shows how you can seek answers without Darwin's help.

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!

Is Speech Far Older than Once Thought?

Dr Jerry Bergman assesses evolutionary attempts to answer "the hardest problem in science" – the origin of speech.

Redefining Evolution to Make it More Palatable

Evolutionists use a bait-and-switch definition to gain acceptance of Darwinism, but their goal is the elimination of design.

On the Origin of Lechery by Natural Selection

Women, are you listening? Darwinists justify unleashing unrestricted male passions on you with no responsibility.

Exchanging One Myth for Another

Scientists gleefully chuckle at one ethnic myth only to replace it with a more incredible one.

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 […]
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