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Archive: How Do Plants Know When to Bloom?

From 20 years ago, this entry still raises awe about springtime flowering processes.

Genetics of Skin Color Defies Evolution

Skin color: We used to believe it was produced by 3 genes; the number is now 135.

Trending: Things Evolved “Earlier Than Thought”

CEH has often reported organisms supposedly evolving "earlier than thought." This pushes evolution into a time crunch.

No Evidence for the Evolution of Crab Eyes

This crab eye was complete, well-developed and functional, with soft tissue preserved.

How the Story Lost Its Just-So

When recast into more empirically rigorous language, Darwinian just-so stories become engineering design accounts.

Gender Is a Fact, Not a Choice

With rare exceptions, there are males and there are females, and they are distinguishable by science.

More Evidence Refutes Myth of Junk DNA

The myth of junk DNA is not totally dead yet, but it's getting there.

Scientists Treat Biological Sex as Binary

Politically-correct influencers cannot deny the obvious forever. Scientists have to deal with reality every day.

‘Impossible’ Hybrid Suggests Non-Darwinian Change

Animals may be more capable of sharing genetic information than coming up with it de novo.

Snake Bites Darwin

The origin of snakes and snake venom has become more puzzling to believers in Darwinian evolution.

Natural Selection: The Ghost Idol of Biology

A spirit that works in mysterious ways. Biologists cannot nail it down, but insist it can turn bacteria into biologists.

Good Biology Without Natural Selection

Excellent biological research that produces understanding and application can ignore natural selection completely.

Using Non-Evolution to Preach Evolution

Darwinists are adept and commandeering evidence contrary to their theory to make it look like support for their theory.

Darwin Report Card: How Useful Is Evolutionary Theory?

We examine numerous articles and papers that talk about evolution to see if neo-Darwinism (or even old Darwinism) actually contributes to the understanding of nature.

Some ‘Junk DNA’ May Act as Computer Memory *

Growing evidence supports the hypothesis that certain non-coding 'retrotransposons' may function as computational memory for genes. *[Audio version included]
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