Evolutionists Connect Dinosaur Dots with Puny Fossil
July 8, 2020
Leaping lizards! Evolutionists make extravagant case for ancestor of dinosaur and birds based on widely distant, unique fossils.
Fossils: Where’s the Evolution?
February 13, 2020
Animals larger than today's, appearing earlier than thought – how does that help Darwin's narrative?
Selective Extinctions Defy Logic
October 26, 2017
To believe the standard evolutionary timeline, you have to accept some highly unreasonable notions.
Geology Fail at India
January 21, 2017
Tiny insects debunk a widely-taught scenario about where India came from.
Rapid Earth Changes in Historic Times
December 6, 2016
What happened to the Sahara desert? What's going on in Java, man? Geologists are surprised sometimes by recent major changes.
Selected Carp Devolved Rapidly to Wild Type
August 24, 2016
Artificial selection isn't forever. Some fish reverted to their old ways.
Darwin Can't Win for Losing
April 13, 2016
Progress must be made with gains, not losses.
Animals that Defy Long Ages
February 1, 2016
A lizard and an elephant join forces to question evolutionary dates.
Geology Theories Are Not Set in Stone
January 7, 2016
To be a geologist, you have to have a big imagination and always be ready to have your favorite theory overturned.
Evolutionary Fish Story
September 16, 2012
Similar-looking blind fish couldn't have swum across the world, so did they evolve separately?
Beak Careful: Variation May Be Non-Darwinian
May 19, 2012
Finch beaks loom large in classical Darwinian theory, but two examples of mouth parts in very different animals show that dramatic variations can be achieved quickly without the slow and gradual accumulation of small changes Darwin envisaged.
Science Grab Bag
January 13, 2012
Here's a random assortment of things floating around in the science news media – some fascinating, some informative, some disgusting. We’ll let the readers decide which is which. Since it’s Friday the 13th, a day to enjoy like any other day, we’ll give you a baker’s dozen to sample.