T. rex in the News
November 8, 2018
Children's favorite monster was a ballerina with functional arms, according to new announcements.
Oldest Animal Cave Painting Baffles Evolutionary Anthropologists
November 7, 2018
How did cave art of animals appear on opposite sides of the world at the same time? What’s being called the oldest cave painting of an animal has been dated by evolutionary anthropologists at a minimum of 40,000 years old. The baffling thing is that similar cave art in Europe dates to roughly the same […]
Neanderthal Mocking Had No Basis
September 27, 2018
More evidence rises to indicate that Neanderthals—icons of brutishness—were every bit our equals, if not superior.
Now It’s Cool to Praise Neanderthals
June 27, 2018
Long the brunt of jokes, Neanderthals are trending upward in respect. Scientists keep finding things to admire in our 'archaic' brethren.
Origin of Agriculture Defies Evolutionary Long Ages
June 8, 2018
Evolutionists are at a loss to explain why agriculture arose suddenly in many regions relatively recently.
Stop the Silly Darwin Stories
August 20, 2017
What happens when consensus enforces conformity, and doubters are excluded? In the case of Darwinism, you get utter nonsense. This must end.
Protein Residue Found on Hominin Stone Tools
August 17, 2016
Would you expect pieces of meat to survive on flakes of rock in the desert for 250,000 years?
The Politics of Happiness
March 14, 2015
Sometimes scientists get it right, and sometimes they get it wrong. Humans are too complex to fit pet theories, but even scientists can notice what works.
Smart Mammal Tricks
January 29, 2015
Take any animal group. The closer you look, the more interesting things get. Check out four mammals.
German Early-Man Site Shocks Archaeologists with Improbable Dates
June 7, 2014
Researcher says, "It just goes to show that the easiest way to be wrong in paleoanthropology is to underestimate our ancestors' abilities."