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Cambrian Explosion Began with Big Brains

A fossil Cambrian arthropod shows a large complex brain, prompting evolutionists to propose that evolution ran backwards from there.

Pregnancy Protects the Unborn from Immune Attacks

The mother's immune system learns how to protect the embryo instead of attacking it as foreign material.

Eating Meat Made Us Human

Sorry, vegans; evolutionists tell us that eating meat 1.5 million years ago made us what we are today.

Convergence Convenience

Is "convergent evolution" a convenient escape clause for evidence that contradicts evolution?

Survival of the Nicest

Baboons monitored for personality did best if they fell in the "Nice" category.

Lemur-fish, Vege-fang and other Fossil Follies

Fossils are doing just fine, but the scientists who interpret them are having a rough week (or century).

Animal Models for Technology

Animals and microbes continue to inspire technologies that could provide better health and security.

Nature: 3.8 Billion Years of R&D

Scientists continue mining the biomimicry bonanza, but some still give all the credit to time and evolution.

Evolution Funnies

Sometimes Darwinians are funny. They take themselves so seriously, applying natural selection to everything on earth except their own seriousness.

Will Elitist Science Lead to Mind Control?

When you can't convince the public, try zapping or manipulating them.

Intolerance Grows for Skeptics of Consensus Science in Spite of Data

If you question evolution or man-caused global warming, be prepared for a smear. If you are a Christian, be prepared for hate. But the skeptics may have the facts on their side.

Cambrian Soft Animal Survived Unchanged 200 Million Years

A fossil soft-bodied lobopodian has been found in Carboniferous strata in Illinois.

Is This Any Way to Learn About the Origin of Life?

Pollute, freeze, zap. Goal: "to better understand how life arose on Earth."

Your Cat and Evolution

This week's just-so story is, "How the kitty got its stripes." All the news are on it; they just don't answer the question.

Human Brain: "Enormous Biochemical Complexity"

A new biochemical atlas finds consistency, complexity, and precision in the human brain.
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