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Neanderthal Fails Again as Evolutionary Link

Another attempt to resurrect the once-prized evolutionary link between apes and modern humans fails.

Thoughts about Tooth Enamel

The minerals that make up teeth provide another example of phenomenally detailed design.

DNA of ‘Cave Woman’ Very Similar to Ours

Genome of  40,000-year-old woman sequenced. DNA of the oldest known human is more like ours than evolution predicted.

Evolution Explains Nothing

Make up a nonsense word. It conveys just as much understanding as saying, "It evolved."

Scientists Chip Away at Ethics

When a human being is a commodity, atrocities follow. The time to stop it is before acceleration down the slippery slope.

Was the Coronavirus Intelligently Designed?

A major controversy is arising in scientific communities about which is the correct origin story for SARS-CoV-2.

Complex Design Seen in Human Skin

Skin: An organ once thought to be simple is now shown to be far more complex than expected. Two new discoveries illustrate intelligent design.

Human Sweat Glands Show Design

Study of human skin attempts to document evolution, but ends up supporting intelligent design.

The Bad Aftertaste of Cannabis Legalization

God created bodies for health. One should expect problems when policies compromise health for pleasure and money.

Rupturing a Myth: The Human Appendix Is Not Vestigial

Darwin’s story of useless organs was wrong, yet the myth about the human appendix (a classic example) lives on.

No Evidence for Bone Evolution

Research into the cells and structure of bone supports the creation view: bones are designed.

How to Be a Meat-Head Though Smart

Answer: Become a Darwinist. It allows you to show off vocabulary and biology while making up silly stories.

Classic Half-Truth: Humans Are Mere Animals

Sure, Homo sapiens are vertebrates, mammals and primates. A new book says that is all we are.

South Americans Genetically Linked to Australasians

Genetic evidence shows South Americans are genetically connected with Asians and Australians.

Scientists Pushing Ethical Lines with Human Embryos

Scientists are bad at policing themselves. What they can do and what they should do are two different things.
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