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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.

Giant Sequoias Growing Tall in England

California's giant trees have a new habitat across the globe. What does this imply about geographic distribution?

Big Science Is a Subsidiary of Socialists and Global Leftists

When 95% of staff university staff are leftists, what do you expect of their research?

Archive: Gates of the Cell, and More ID Evidence

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

Good-bye Anthropocene

Science cannot rid itself of human nature and politics.

Wonders Under the Sea

Big animals both living and extinct showcase exquisite detail in bulk.

Archive: Black Cats, Early Galaxies, Baghdad Batteries, and a Christian Geologist

These articles from early March 2003 show what CEH was reporting 21 years ago when the Iraq War was going on.

Two-Timers in the Darwin Party

Evolutionary rates vary by seven orders of magnitude. What kind of theory is that?

Fake News: This Fossil Was Painted On

Another fake fossil used to document evolution has been exposed.

Year of the Dragon: Real Dragons Lived

Scientists—not cryptozoologists—are calling this beast a dragon.

Archive: Your Model Train Set

Model trains in your cells? Yes: read about this and other wonders from 21 years ago. Note: Some embedded links may no longer work. Your Model Train Set   02/25/2003 Model train enthusiasts never had it so good. Imagine five different models of finely-crafted engines, all in perfect working order, and enough track to cover a […]

Shelled Eggs Crack Evolution

Explaining shelled eggs by natural selection is a major problem.

Swimming Lambeosaurs and Other Dino Headlines

Evolutionists continue hiding their solutions to puzzles in Deep Time.

Not Funny: The Evolution of Humor

If humor is just an evolutionary behavioral artifact, why laugh?

Archive: RNA Repair, Diatom Strength, AAAS Superstition

These articles from February 2003 give glimpses into the status of science 21 years ago.
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