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Diatoms Defy the Evolutionary Endosymbiosis Theory

Here's why endosymbiosis cannot explain diatoms – or anything else.

Evolution of Vascular Plants a Kaleidoscope, Not a Tree

It takes effort to rearrange pieces from a kaleidoscope into a tree, but evolutionists do that with the "evolution" of vascular plants.

Previous Tetrapod Ancestors Fell Flat, Too

  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 […]

Latest Tetrapod Ancestor Can’t Stand Up

In a two-part entry, Dr Margaret Helder examines the latest candidate fossil for ancestor to all land vertebrates.

Plant Ancestry: Where Are the Lines of Descent? – Part 2

In Part 2, Dr Helder explores major differences in land plants from other plants that pose challenges to evolutionary ancestry.

Plant Ancestry – Where are the Lines of Descent? – Part 1

A botanist explains why the unique characteristics of land plants defy common ancestry by a Darwinian process.

Flip Flops in Plant Ancestry

Are green algae the ancestors of all land plants? Do paleontologists even know that these fossils are green algae?

Bad News for Plant Origins

To find an ancestor for plant photosynthesis in red algae, evolutionists have to imagine a series of spectacularly improbable events.
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