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Activity on Planets Suggests Youth

Can these processes really have gone on for billions of years?

More Original Dinosaur Protein Found

This time Mary Schweitzer's team found keratin protein on a claw of an ostrich-sized dinosaur from Mongolia.

What the Trump Presidency Could Mean for Science

Editorial: a rising tide of economic prosperity could lift science, too, as long as it is honest science serving the citizenry.

Lyell Loses in a Landslide

Politics is on the minds of Americans today. Landslides are turning geological votes away from Lyell's uniformitarianism toward catastrophism.

Seamounts: No Speciation Here, Mate

These isolated habitats should be ideal labs for studying Darwin's origin of species, but the evidence just isn't there.

Today's Science Hates Faith

There are individual scientists who believe in God, but their institutions ridicule any and all forms of "faith."

Abiogenesis: The Origin of Lie

To get life from mindless molecules, fib a little. Ignore chance. Make it sound easy. Turn out the lights. Tell a story. Imagine.

A Man, A Plan, A Cabal: Panama

Evolutionists duke it out on the age of the Isthmus of Panama. Every solution breeds new problems.

Communism Left Science in Ruins

Two articles comment on the devastation wreaked on science by atheistic, totalitarian regimes.
Cassini at Saturn

Planetary Rings Defy Long Ages

Models of the origin of planetary rings are simulations based on fictions. Real physics cannot keep them billions of years old.

Trending: Transparency in Climate Models

It's a little late to begin a new climate of transparency among climatologists. What does that imply about the past?

Science Sells Its Soul to Clinton Campaign

Mainstream science media have abandoned all pretense of objectivity when it comes to presidential politics.

Fossil Flaw Tosses Years of Evolutionary Research

Fossils may be real, but the methods used to analyze them have come under fire, with implications for Darwinian theory.

Solar System Theories Challenged

"Everything we know about the formation of solar systems might be wrong," say two astronomers who discovered something "very bizarre."

Geneticist Boasts of Her Just-So Story

She should be ashamed, but she gloats in her story about "how the pangolin got its scales."
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