Why Don’t Humans Make Their Own Vitamin C?

The genetics of vitamin C variability is more complex than it appears. It does not prove evolution.

Archive 2002: RNA, Vaporware, Mendel, and more

What has changed since May 2002? What remains the same?

Mad Scientists Threaten Humanity

Attempts to rein in scientist ambitions are too little, too late.

Lay Science Reporters Perpetuate Evolutionary Myths

Myths are homologous by common descent of mutations in logic. Or is that by design?

Archive: Neptune, Molecular Motors, Romance

These entries from May 2002, lost during a website upgrade, are reposted here for edification, amusement, or both.

Endosymbiosis Under the Microscope

Do microbes get married and become one? Is this an example of evolution?

Archive: Caveman Rock, Body Time, Primate with Dinosaurs

Articles we printed in April 2002 lead to a question: have evolutionists changed in the last 22 years?

Mutations Battle Living Fossils

Attempts to harmonize living fossil research with mutation research fail.

Overpopulation Scare Replaced by Falling Birth-Rate Crisis

 The "Population Bomb" scare was a dud. The opposite is now worrying scientists.

Archive: Tuatara, Eyes, Cells, Self-Organization, Astrobiology

More lost stories from the end of March 2002 are republished here. Topics: the tuatara, eyes, self-organization, cells, architecture.

Does Chernobyl Disprove Genetic Entropy?

A study on roundworms thriving in the forbidden zone does not falsify the genetic entropy hypothesis.

Rethink of Genetics Supports ID over Darwinism

Out with junk DNA. Out with the Central Dogma. Make way for design thinking.

Archive: DNA, Insects, Human Body, Fossils

These stories from March 2003 are useful for comparing what science was saying 21 years ago with discoveries since then.

Trans Men Can Get Pregnant

New research reveals dangers in the gender transitioning experiment.

Archive: Gates of the Cell, and More ID Evidence

These articles from March 2002 were interesting then and still are now.
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