Did Fish Evolve Hands?
June 30, 2020
Wishful thinking from a one-track mind leads evolutionists to draw more imagination than demonstration in the latest tetrapod-ancestor fossil.
Diatoms Defy the Evolutionary Endosymbiosis Theory
June 29, 2020
Here's why endosymbiosis cannot explain diatoms – or anything else.
Plant Wonders Inspire Awe
June 27, 2020
From small herbs underfoot to towering giants, plants have what it takes to thrive in their habitats.
Bombardier Beetle Answered by Evolutionists
June 18, 2020
Evolutionists bravely take on a creation icon: the bombardier beetle. Does their explanation work?
New Illustra Film: The Seed that Drills Itself into the Ground
June 14, 2020
Some of the most extraordinary events in nature take place in small, common plants under our feet.
South Sudan: A Lost Eden Recovering
June 11, 2020
The evil that men do affects wildlife, too. But when men stop doing evil, sometimes the animals come back.
Evolution of Vascular Plants a Kaleidoscope, Not a Tree
June 8, 2020
It takes effort to rearrange pieces from a kaleidoscope into a tree, but evolutionists do that with the "evolution" of vascular plants.
Another Big Science Fail Over Pollution
June 5, 2020
Is plastic polluting the world's oceans? Yes, but not nearly as much as hundreds of studies had claimed. Measure, don't assume!
Aiming Blindly: Darwinism Is Inherently Contradictory
June 3, 2020
Once in awhile, evolutionists see fundamental problems in Darwinism. But they continue believing it anyway.
Extinctions: A Playground for Darwin Storytellers
May 28, 2020
The fossils show that many species are gone from our planet. But explaining how they went extinct depends on one's worldview beliefs.
Darwin Myths Die Hard
May 27, 2020
Evolutionists and the media repeat discarded myths out of a strong motivation to make evolution seem scientifically plausible.
Ribosome Self-Assembly Is Not Evolution
May 23, 2020
So many pieces have to be placed in the right order, chance is ridiculously out of luck.
Previous Tetrapod Ancestors Fell Flat, Too
May 12, 2020
Fame and Fortune (cont.): What constitutes a sister taxon to tetrapods? By Margaret Helder, PhD (continued from yesterday) Ever since Prof. Edward Drinker Cope identified a lobe finned fish called Eusthenopteron from Miguasha in Quebec, as a promising ancestor of four footed animals, the question arose as to what features in a fish would […]
Latest Tetrapod Ancestor Can’t Stand Up
May 11, 2020
In a two-part entry, Dr Margaret Helder examines the latest candidate fossil for ancestor to all land vertebrates.
Silly Darwin Stories Do No Good
May 9, 2020
Darwinists cannot confirm anything in their stories, and even if they could, so what?