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Using Race to Identify Skeletal Remains

Should forensic anthropologists use race to help identify persons from skeletal parts? The debate goes on and gets weirder.

Evolutionary Fitness Is Not Measurable

The central concept of natural selection cannot be measured. This means it has no scientific value.

Nature Journal Doubles Down on Abortion

As if needing to justify its earlier pro-abortion piece, Nature hits back on critics like us.

Human Birth Canal Is Well Designed

Human Birth Canal Shown To Be Well Designed, Thereby Demolishing one of the Last Few Remaining Claims of Poor Design.

Big Science Lobbies for Abortion

When judging whether Big Science and Big Media are trustworthy, look at their treatment of abortion.

New Illustrated eBook Shows Design in the Human Body

Color illustrations and fascinating facts make this educational book of interest to everyone, not just students

Bone Wonders Celebrated

Illustra Media's newest short film is a masterpiece of animation and design evidence in the human body.

Stem Cell Update: Where Are the Cures?

Not the panacea they were once widely believed to be, because the body is more complex than formerly assumed.

How the Body Protects the Germline

Germline mutations – it could have been much worse!

Why Don’t Humans Have Tails?

A major anatomical change in primate anatomy cannot be explained by evolutionary genetics.

Body Gifts to Stop Taking for Granted

There's more going on in our bodies than we know. We should exercise more gratitude.

Is Cancer an Example of Evolution?

Does everything evolve, even cancer? Actually, cancer research is based on intelligent design, not evolution.

Did the Umami Taste Bud Evolve?

Evolutionary proof? "Umami taste receptors evolved with primates’ diets": a claim promising much, but delivering little.

Science Needs Evolution Like It Needs Terrorism

Don't follow the hype that Darwinian principles are useful for science, medicine or politics.

Fertilization Launches Zinc Fireworks

"Beautiful to see, orchestrated much like a symphony" – this is how a fertilized cell announces a new individual.
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