Saturn Scientists Dodge Age Issues
June 19, 2020
Several papers have appeared this month about Saturn and its moons, but they all gloss over the implications for long ages.
Bombardier Beetle Answered by Evolutionists
June 18, 2020
Evolutionists bravely take on a creation icon: the bombardier beetle. Does their explanation work?
Origin of Geomagnetism: Bumbling in the Dark Past
June 10, 2020
When did the Earth get its magnetic field? It's important because life depends on it. Watch MIT fumble and stumble over the question.
Paid Liars: Origin of Life Researchers
June 6, 2020
What else do you call pseudo-scientists who know what they try to do is impossible, but tell the public they're getting warmer?
Triple Fail: Big Science Blunders
June 4, 2020
Three strikes in one day: scientific theories and assumptions in unrelated fields have blundered big time. What are the lessons?
Extinctions: A Playground for Darwin Storytellers
May 28, 2020
The fossils show that many species are gone from our planet. But explaining how they went extinct depends on one's worldview beliefs.
Guesswork in Carbon Dating Exposed
May 25, 2020
It's the best-known radiometric dating technique for recent events, but it relies on numerous shaky input measures.
How Secular Geology Forces Observations into an Old-Earth Narrative
May 19, 2020
On the 40th anniversary of Mt. St. Helens' eruption, geologists ignore implications of rapid change.
Kabwe Skull Casts Doubt on Human Evolution
May 15, 2020
Another skull tosses evolutionary paleoanthropology into confusion with a radically-revised date. This is par for the course.
Previous Tetrapod Ancestors Fell Flat, Too
May 12, 2020
Fame and Fortune (cont.): What constitutes a sister taxon to tetrapods? By Margaret Helder, PhD (continued from yesterday) Ever since Prof. Edward Drinker Cope identified a lobe finned fish called Eusthenopteron from Miguasha in Quebec, as a promising ancestor of four footed animals, the question arose as to what features in a fish would […]
Archive Classic: The Evolution of Electrical Engineering: An Imaginary Tale
May 10, 2020
This CEH entry from Jan 17, 2007 contains a lesson still important today.
Landslides on Pluto Happened Quickly
May 7, 2020
If Pluto is really 4.6 billion years old, something happened almost instantaneously out there some time ago. In planetary science, where experts are accustomed to thinking everything is billions of years old, sudden unique events present problems. Almost everything should have settled down by now into a routine. One can certainly argue for exceptions, where […]
Unique Fossils Defy Evolution
May 6, 2020
When fossils are found of one-off creatures without apparent relatives, how could Darwinism explain that?
Fake Spider Scares Experts
May 4, 2020
Yet Another Fake Fossil Published in a Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journal! What’s going on in paleontology? by Jerry Bergman, PhD The headline of a creation website announced in bold letters, “Fake spider fossil passes peer review!” It then asked, “What lessons should be learnt?” The first lesson is, although the common claim, at least by […]
The Latest Rewriting of Human Evolution
April 18, 2020
Early Man studies are a moving target. Evolutionists keep re-writing our alleged history.