Geology Theories Are Not Set in Stone
January 7, 2016
To be a geologist, you have to have a big imagination and always be ready to have your favorite theory overturned.
Lizards that Leap Over Evolution
January 6, 2016
They may appear less evolved to Darwinians, but some lizards are world champions.
Separating Old Bones from Living Storytellers
January 5, 2016
What happens when discrete bones are forced into a continuous narrative where they don't fit? Answer: storytelling.
News to Enhance Your Birding
December 23, 2015
Birdwatching is more fun when you learn what's going on in those feathered bodies.
Uncontested Consensus Is Bad for Science
December 21, 2015
Darwinian evolution is a prime example of how an unchallenged consensus leads to unbridled speculation and absurdity.
Antique Homo Claims Threatened by New Bones
December 18, 2015
The number of potential overhauls in thinking from this thigh bone in China is staggering.
Early Builders Were Intelligent Designers
December 17, 2015
What do Stonehenge and Chaco Canyon have in common? On opposite sides of the globe, they illustrate human nature.
The Farce Awakens: More Just-So Stories for the Darwin Crowd
December 16, 2015
More examples of the art of Just-So Storytelling from evolutionary biologists and psychologists. Pick your winner!
Just-So Stories for the Darwin Crowd
December 15, 2015
For the scientifically illiterate, bedtime stories of how things evolved bring contentment.
Cheetahs Prospered in North America
December 14, 2015
If evolutionists can say cheetahs migrated over continents, why can't Biblical creationists say the same?
Face Up: We Are Less than Neanderthals
December 11, 2015
The facial differences between us and Neanderthals amount to a slight matter of bone resorption during development.
Dinosaurs Evolved in the Blink of an Eye
December 9, 2015
Evolutionists figure that dinosaurs evolved from pre-dinosaurs rapidly, despite no significant change in the environment.
The Science Axis of Evil
December 8, 2015
By assuming misbehavior evolves, some scientists become agents of evil, and Big Science institutions become their enablers.
Design in Tiny Fruit Flies
December 7, 2015
Among the smallest of flyers, these amazing insects pack incredible technology into a tiny package.
Genetic Tinkering Puts Brave New World at Our Doorstep
December 6, 2015
New tools in the lab put human nature at risk. Can we trust fallible scientists to be ethical?