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Soft Lung Tissue Found in Modern-Looking Bird from Dinosaur Era
October 22, 2018
For the first time, soft tissue showing details of lung structure have been found in a fossil bird said to be 120 million years old.
Fossils Show Up Earlier than Evolutionists Thought
October 2, 2018
"Earlier than thought" is a frequent phrase heard in Darwinian paleontology. Here are two more examples.
Are These Really Transitional Fossils?
August 24, 2018
To get to the truth, you often have to tune out the Darwin cheerleaders and just examine the data. Transitional Turtle Science reporters like to bring fossils to the imagination with colorful artwork. The artist’s conception of Eorhynchochelys, a fossil found in China, shows it looking somewhat like a sea turtle without a hard shell. […]
Good-Flying Cosmopolitan Pterosaur Found Earlier Than Thought
August 14, 2018
A large pterosaur in Utah is 65 million Darwin Years older than thought, but was already built for flying.
Synthetic Fossils Show Organic Films Can Preserve Quickly
July 31, 2018
In an attempt to learn about the fossilization process, scientists have found that exceptional fossils don’t require millions of years. Scientists at the University of Bristol are old-earth evolutionists, but what they found by experiment mimicked what can be seen in fossils. How long did it take? One day. Exceptionally-preserved fossils, like those of dinosaur […]
Surprises in the Chicxulub Tale of Dino Extinction
June 5, 2018
Did an asteroid hit in the Yucatan explain the demise of the dinosaurs? New drilling in the crater has brought some surprises.
Evolutionists Shove Uncooperative Data into Darwinian Stories
May 29, 2018
If you're a Darwinian, your strategy is to make it seem like every piece of biological data fits evolution, even when it doesn't. Otherwise, creationists might get ideas.
Darwinism as an All-Purpose Story Plot
March 23, 2018
Observations are just props. The play is, “The Evolution of Whatever” or “How Whatever Evolved.” Now playing in science media near you. As a play, Darwinism has two subplots: natural selection and sexual selection. With a little creative screenwriting, any observation in nature can be fit into either or both subplots, provided the perhapsimaybecouldness index […]