Cell Biologists Describe a “Beautiful, Flawless Machine”
August 4, 2021
All life depends on the Kinetochore. It hasn't evolved for a "billion years."
Lying for Darwin: A Global Pandemic
August 7, 2020
Science is infected with parasitic doctrines that have developed antibiotic resistance against logic.
Fossil Roaches Did Not Evolve
March 4, 2020
Cockroaches preserved in amber show no evolution, but the Darwinists celebrate anyway.
Bacteria Rule the Earth
December 14, 2017
Bacteria are inescapable. They're everywhere. Fortunately, many of them are here for good.
Drastic Fossil Date Revisions Never Deter Evolutionists
July 14, 2017
The best illustration of dogmatism among evolutionists is seeing how they cling to their beliefs even when fossil dates change radically.
Bubbles Scream Life
May 1, 2017
It might be a fungus. It might be half a billion years older than previously thought. It might rewrite the evolutionary history of complex life, including humans. What is it?
More Collapsed Darwinian Expectations
February 2, 2017
There's a new trend in Darwinian press releases: reporting falsified expectations. Keep up the good work.
Archive Classic: Evolution Goes Forward, Backward and Sideways
June 15, 2014
This is a reprint from 12/19/07. It is still worth thinking about.
Parallel Universe of Microbial "Dark Matter" Revealed
July 20, 2013
As scientists continue to find incredible diversity in the smallest of organisms, realizations of all we've been missing are changing conceptions of life.
Lucky LUCA Was Already Complex
October 5, 2011
Simple to complex: that’s been the essence of evolutionary theory ever since Charles Darwin imagined some organic molecules coming together in a warm little pond eons ago. Whatever simple life form emerged from his pond started his evolutionary process that led to the human brain. But what if the “last universal common ancestor” was already highly complex? What if bacteria and archaea are “devolved” remnants of a more complex ancestor? That’s exactly what a new study is claiming.