Evolutionary Fitness Is Not Measurable
November 20, 2021
The central concept of natural selection cannot be measured. This means it has no scientific value.
Evolutionists Have Sponge Brains
November 19, 2021
This is not a slur. They believe it themselves, and say so.
Nature Journal Doubles Down on Abortion
November 18, 2021
As if needing to justify its earlier pro-abortion piece, Nature hits back on critics like us.
Big Science Lobbies for Abortion
November 15, 2021
When judging whether Big Science and Big Media are trustworthy, look at their treatment of abortion.
Downsizing Evolution’s Credit Balance
November 12, 2021
Evolution takes credit for many things that have nothing to do with Darwinism.
Junk DNA Goes the Way of the Vestigial Organs Myth
November 11, 2021
Yet another study finds that “Junk DNA” has a critical role in mammals.
Origin of Species by Microbes?
November 2, 2021
Moving speciation from chance variation to microbiomes still leaves it up to chance.
Miller Experiment Still Sells Building Blocks of Lie
October 28, 2021
After nearly 68 years, the Miller Experiment still has propaganda value. Update: just add glass chips, get more lies.
On Vaccines and Fetal Tissue, Wisdom Is Required
October 26, 2021
Advances in science will eventually vindicate the pro-life position, says Dr Jerry Bergman.
Evolution by Subtraction Has No Teeth
October 25, 2021
Darwin won't get very far when complex traits are lost by natural selection.
Junk DNA Concept Is Mostly Dead
October 20, 2021
Has the term “junk DNA” finally been buried for good? It's been decreasing, from 98.5 % originally to close to 0 percent now.
Friday Funnies: Why Our Ancestors Left the Trees
October 15, 2021
Plot Heterogeneity allows evolutionists to imagine any story that keeps Darwin reigning as chief storyteller.
Echoes of Eugenics Are Still With Us
October 14, 2021
Evolution’s legacy of eugenics lives on and on and on. Consider the ongoing case of Britney Spears.
Nobel Prize Spotlights Cosmic and Organic Asymmetries
October 12, 2021
Heads or tails have equal probabilities, so why does nature sometimes prefer one over the other?
Stem Cell Update: Where Are the Cures?
October 8, 2021
Not the panacea they were once widely believed to be, because the body is more complex than formerly assumed.