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Dinosaur Convergence Loses Its Grasp

It looks like a T. rex but it wasn't, they say; Darwin Flubber rescues the tale.

Yellowstone Witnesses Flood Power

One little rainstorm closed America's most famous national park and caused damage that will take years to repair.

Extinct Marine Reptiles vs Evolution

Plesiosaurs and ichthyosaurs were well designed. Saying they evolved does not make it so.

Prehuman Ancestors Are Fiction

A clear gap is shown between claimed prehumans and the oldest specimen of genus Homo.

News Media Swallow 830 Million Year Old Life Claim

The extreme gullibility of scientists and reporters displays their blind love for Darwin and deep time.

Lizard Explosion Heard Around the World

Lizards burst onto the scene 50 million years earlier than thought, complete with modern features. Then they changed little.

Are These Really Pterosaur Feathers?

The fuzzy claim says more about Darwin Party groupthink than actual pterosaur traits.

Trilobite Eye Dazzles Government Engineers

This extinct marine animal had binocular eyes with such amazing properties they want to imitate it.

Sponging on Fossils for Evolution

They're not sponges. They're just minerals. They didn't evolve. They don't help Darwin.

Time Inflation: Evolutionists Hide Miracles in Millions of Years

Impossible changes in evolution get funded with reckless drafts on the bank of time.

Fossil Squid Named for Joe Biden

It would be mean to call Biden a grasping squid, but that's who scientists decided to name a fossil for. It challenges evolution.

Ancient DNA Overturns Assumptions

Increasing availability of sequences from ancient DNA is raising eyebrows among evolutionists but should raise alarms, too.

Cretaceous Flyers Challenge Evolution

Cretaceous pterosaurs and birds cry out from the rocks, "We were designed."

HeadStart: New Online Tool for Science Students

A new website from the Creation Science Association of Alberta provides resources for the inquiring student.

No Evidence for the Evolution of Crab Eyes

This crab eye was complete, well-developed and functional, with soft tissue preserved.
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