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Homo habilis ‘Handy Man’ Getting Fired

More evolutionists admit major problems exist with this fossil and its interpretation.

Archive: Christmas Stories from 2005

Here are a couple of entries relating to Christmas from 18 years ago.

Human Evolution Dates Are Unreliable

Leading nature museum admits flaws in all dates for human ancestors.

Human Evolution Story Constantly Rethought

Nothing we were taught is true. Everything is up for revision.

Human Population Bottleneck Admitted by Secular Geneticists

Secular scientists now claim that the human population almost died out. Does this match the Biblical record?

Did Pre-Humans Build Log Cabins?

Evolutionary anthropologists are in trouble again with too-early evidence of intelligent design.

Cave Paintings May Contain Codes

The Foresight of Our Paleolithic Ancestors: Ancient Cave Paintings Suggest Messaging

Monkey Business with Tools, Bones, and Brains

Darwinians can be so intent on evolving men from ape ancestors, they can make monkeys of themselves.

Horsemanship Began Recently

Evolutionists claim that intelligent humans existed a million years ago, but only learned to ride a horse a few thousand years ago.

2022 Year in Review

Here is a list of the most visited articles in Creation-Evolution Headlines in 2022.
F. Clark Howell, "Early Man" book, Time-Life Young Readers Edition, 1968, p. 33

Footprints in the Scams of Time

Evolutionists nearly triple the age of human footprints, revealing the effrontery in their slimy dating schemes.

Nobel Prize for Human Non-Evolution

Nobel Prize awarded to Svante Pääbo for work on human evolution. Ironically, his work fails to support human evolution.

Not Found: Human Ancestor X

After 150 years, evolutionists have still not found Ancestor X! Some scientists openly admit this fact.

Human Evolution Under Marshall Law

A new law of nature falsifies human evolution —and maybe all evolution.

Prehuman Ancestors Are Fiction

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