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Assumptions Distort Geological Dating

In a major geology journal, geologists admit that their dating schemes rest on questionable assumptions.

Biogeography: Whose Problem?

Don't think that evolutionists are immune from vexing questions about where species have dispersed.

Early Chordate Squeezes Darwin

A new fossil chordate puts even more bang in the Cambrian explosion.

Cambrian Explosion Crisis Worsens

If evolutionary ancestors of complex animals had existed, they would have been preserved. They aren't found.

Evolutionists Fudge Evidence to Glorify Darwin

The flimsiest evidence gets co-opted for use in daily celebrations of King Charley.

Another Fully-Formed Pterosaur Reported

Like all the others, this Aussie pterosaur was already fully equipped for powered flight.

Cambrian Fossil Misidentified

Fossils do not interpret themselves. It takes fallible humans.

Earth Life Is a Shadow of Its Former Greatness

Evolutionary progress? No. Look at the fossil record to witness higher "fitness" than today.

Comb Jellies Take the Lead Over Sponges!

Comb jellies pull ahead in an endless game to earn the title Last Common Ancestor of All Animals

Dissing a Straw Noah

Secular science reporters don't do their homework. Their simplistic answers deceive the masses.

Rethink Science

If scientists knew as much as they think they do, they wouldn't be rethinking so many things so often.

Darwinians Struggle with Dinosaur Soft Tissue

They admit it exists, but can only make up stories to explain how it might last tens of millions of years.

Soft Tissue Not Explained by Dead Fish Experiments

Smelly dead fish fail to explain why minerals replace bones, let alone why original tissue would remain.

Horse Sense About Horse History Revision

Plains Indians were riding European-brought horses a century earlier than thought. What does this mean?

Gummy Rex Did Lip Service

Jurassic Park was wrong, says a new rethink about dinosaur lips. T. rex probably didn't bare its teeth most of the time.
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