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The Pangolin: The Strangest Animal Known to Man

This animal's tough, overlapping, reptile-protective keratin scales make it look like a giant pinecone with a long, thin reptile-tail

Be-WAIR of Clawed Birds

Evolutionists have not come up with a better theory for bird flight than a silly hypothesis concocted 16 years ago.

Buffon or Buffoon? Evaluating a Dead Expert

He was highly regarded in his day, but the beliefs of Comte de Buffon seem comical now.
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Necking in the Dark: Evolutionists Clueless about Giraffes

Evolutionary storytelling about giraffes' long necks goes back before Darwin, but all the tales have one thing in common: they don't work. Doesn't matter. Evolution marches on.

Paleontologist Spills Beans on Evolutionary Emptiness

A noted evolutionary paleontologist reviews a new book on evolutionary mechanisms favorably, but gives Darwin skeptics ammo in the process.

Geneticist Boasts of Her Just-So Story

She should be ashamed, but she gloats in her story about "how the pangolin got its scales."

Appendix 2: Vestigial Organs Reconsidered

Outcast becomes hero: appendix promoted to "pivotal". The vestigial organ myth lives on in other contexts, though.

Bird Tricks

News about feathered friends and flying wonders, and speculations about how they evolved.

Birds Surprise Evolutionists

Whether considering their design or their evolution, scientists keep finding surprises in birds.

Human Evolution News Redlines Silliness Meter

Did these evolutionists really think through their hypotheses?

Genetic Dating Can Fool Scientists

The dates of some human migrations could have been much more recent than genetic data indicates. What of even older dates?

Eugenics in Space

To "keep evolution on a favorable track," spacefaring humans may want to cull bad genes, a futurist says.

The Evolution of Boxing

A new story is making the rounds: the human hand evolved to punch others' lights out.

Man Is Man and Ape Is Ape: The Gulf Widens

Now that "human ancestors" from 300,000 years ago show comparable mental acuity to ours, the gradual upward slope to man looks more like a cliff.

Lamarckism: Dead but Useful

Lamarck's theory of evolution was supposed to have died in 1859 when Darwin published his theory of natural selection. Despite textbook depictions of Lamarckism as obsolete, Lamarckian language still surfaces from time to time, even in prestigious journals.
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