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People Portrayed as Predator Plague on Planet

Humans are exceptional, all right; they kill everything else. What would Darwin do?

Give Early Man More Credit

From cave to Stone Age, ancient people deserve more respect for their intelligence and capabilities than evolutionary anthropologists give them.

Darwin's Tree Am-Bushed

Darwin's Tree of Life looks more like a bush, evolutionists find in bird data; that inference is probably widespread.

Good Fossils, But Where's the Evolution?

They're millions of years old, evolutionists say, but these fossils look like things you could find around town.

Science Reporters Don't Even Try to Be Politically Neutral

More evidence that when politics and ethics are in the news, science reporters will inevitably gravitate to the far-left position.

Evolutionists Struggle to Explain Language

Theories of language evolution don't rise much higher than ape chest-pounding, monkey screams and imaginative speculations.

Ancient Tissue Revolutionizing Historical Science

The ability to observe and reconstruct ancient DNA, proteins and tissues is bringing surprises to evolutionists.

Evolutionary Enigmas

Neo-Darwinism is at war with the observations, and the observations might just win.

Radiocarbon Dating Becoming Unreliable

Your T-shirt could soon contain the same carbon-14 as William the Conqueror's robe from 1066 AD, scientists warn.

So Where's the Evolution?

When you go looking for evolution and find stasis, has Darwin been falsified?

Animal Superheroes

Here are some animals, some common and some little-known, whose abilities astonish scientists.

Secular Anthropology Fails Consistently

By assuming long ages and by underestimating human creativity and mobility, evolutionary anthropologists keep getting surprised by evidence.

Four-Footed Snake?

The fossil "transitional form" is not what reporters are making it out to be.

Feathered Velociraptor? Untangling the Spin

Discoverers admit this could be a flightless bird. That's not the only problem.

Making Up Facts to Fit a Narrative

To be a good evolutionary scientist, write your narrative first. Then observe things. Finally, make up a model that fits the narrative.
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