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Mutations Battle Living Fossils

Attempts to harmonize living fossil research with mutation research fail.

Does Chernobyl Disprove Genetic Entropy?

A study on roundworms thriving in the forbidden zone does not falsify the genetic entropy hypothesis.

Archive: DNA, Insects, Human Body, Fossils

These stories from March 2003 are useful for comparing what science was saying 21 years ago with discoveries since then.

Archive: Molecular Rheostats Control Expression of Genes

This entry from 21 years ago illustrates the tension between evident design and evolutionary assumptions.

Archive: Tiny RNAs Discovered (2001)

The discovery of micro-RNAs, announced 22 years ago, launched a huge new effort into epigenetics: cataloging and understanding the many parts of the cell that regulate genes.

Genetics of Skin Color Defies Evolution

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

Evolutionary Trees Tangle With the Data

Evolutionary trees based on genetics conflict with those based on morphology and anatomy.

Internal Beauty: the Nuclear Pore Complex

Like a 3-D puzzle solved in 15 minutes, the nuclear envelope is a wonder to behold.

Evolutionists Wing It with Stories

Flight? No problem. Wings pop into existence like eyes and everything else.

Chernobyl Dogs Survive Without Evolving

Stray dogs left behind after the Chernobyl accident are still living and reproducing, but not becoming more fit.

Tenure No Longer Protects Creationist Professors

Professor Change Laura Tan expelled: a new book about a new case.

2022 Year in Review

Here is a list of the most visited articles in Creation-Evolution Headlines in 2022.

What Are Introns For?

The origin of introns is a mystery to evolutionists. They apply magic, calling it an "evolutionary burst."

Lost and Found: Extinct Species Turn Up

Don't count out extinct species. In rare cases, they might be playing hide and seek.

Darwinism Is Fracturing; Darwinist Celebrates

Here's how to celebrate a fractured theory and forestall a scientific revolution: look happy and excited.
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