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How Wood Is Made

  Arboreal Artistry: The Amazing Talents of Wood Forming Cells  By Margaret Helder As the major component of trees, wood seems useful and even beautiful in finished products, but scarcely biologically dramatic. Yet recent research on the development of wood portrays an elaborate ballet which proceeds inside young developing xylem cells. This performance culminates in […]

A Failed Attempt to Refute Living Fossils: The Case of Coelacanth

Dr Bergman describes how a major concept was dismissed based on appallingly flimsy evidence.

Evolutionary Timescales Require Ridiculous Migrations

Which position has more problems in biogeography, creation or evolution? Look at these tales before deciding.

Living Fossils: The Horseshoe Crab Story

Living fossils pose significant challenges to Darwinian theory, even with genomes available. The horseshoe crab is a prime example.

Darwin Imagineers Stuff Fantasy Narratives with Irrelevant Details

Brains are like trees, only ours are upside down because plant brains are in the roots. Both came from chemicals.

Mammalian Middle Ear Evolution: Story Gets More Wobbly

Analysis of new fossils makes a fantastic evolutionary tale even more unbelievable. Middle ears show intelligent design, not evolution.

Evolutionary Paleontologists Ask Wrong Questions

Data that should falsify evolutionary timelines instead is used to launch new storytelling speculations.

You Are More than a Primitive Fish

Consider this headline: "We’re more like primitive fishes than once believed." Why aren't people insulted?

Thumbs Down on Human-Ape Evolution

Our unique thumbs: another attempt to explain the chasm between humans and chimps fails.

Why Does This Finch Drink Blood?

Another claim of "evolution in action" falls apart under scrutiny.

SHLooping Undermines Scientific Understanding

It's the Stuff Happens Law plus Oops, throwing mud into the water of science, fouling understanding.

Darwinists Lying to the Public

The facts in this story are opposite what a BBC headline promises.

Delicate Acrobats: Butterflies and Jellyfish Use Physics to Perfection

Two animals probably not envisioned as champion movers can teach human designers a thing or two.

Any Evolution for Platypus Yet?

It's been a long time since scientists have tried to Darwinize the platypus. Any progress?

Fly Specialties Amaze Scientists

The humble housefly deserves some respect for its engineering design.
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