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Photosynthesis: Darwin’s Great Mystery Is Still a Mystery

Dr Jerry Bergman explains why the origin of photosynthesis remains a profound problem for evolution.

Young Solar System Evidence Pops Up Everywhere

If the solar system formed more recently than believed, Darwinism is dead. Look how widely scattered the evidence is.

Neanderthals Were Just Another Ethnic Group of Real People

It's taken more than a century, but scientists are now promoting Neanderthals to their rightful place in the modern human family.

Moon Losing Its Water

The moon loses more water than it receives from the solar wind or meteorites. How long has that been going on?

Debate Is Over: Saturn Is Young

Scientists have run out of options to keep Saturn and its rings and moons billions of years old. It's time to face the music.

Archive Classic: Where Do Gems and Precious Metals Come From?

How did gems and precious metals get to the Earth's surface?

Questionable Categories of Human Ancestors: The Denisovans

What happens when you derive a whole people group from a fingerbone? Confusion and every evil work.

Otter Not Call This a Walking Whale

A skeleton of an extinct creature was found on the coast of Peru. Evolutionists are all calling it a walking whale.

Saturn’s Ring Moons Collect Ring Dust

How long have these little moons been gathering ring dust on their equators?

Misinterpreting Fossil Graveyards

Fossils are real, but the stories concocted to explain how mixed-up animals became buried together involve assumptions.

Living Fossil Giant Bee Challenges Evolution

Describing insects fossilized in amber is a matter of observable fact. Describing how they "evolved" is storytelling.

Soft Tissue in Biggest Ever Cambrian Fossil Bonanza

Chinese scientists are uncovering shale with the best-preserved Cambrian animals ever found.

Los Angeles Ice Age Fossils Are Changing Tar Pit Story

More Ice Age fossils have turned up in a Los Angeles subway tunnel, and there are surprises.

How Well Do Astrophysicists Understand the Origin of Heavy Elements?

Elements heavier than iron form in supernova explosions. End of story. We can all rest now. But wait...

New Waterfall Theory Affects Interpretations of Climate, Tectonics

How do waterfalls form? Geologists tested them in the lab, and found that some of them can make themselves.
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