Human Body Capabilities Uncovered
October 17, 2019
More surprises about the body come to light, including the ability to regrow cartilage.
Music Is Noise to Monkeys
October 1, 2019
Experiments show that monkeys prefer noise over music, even though they have brain similarities with humans. A neuroscientist at the National Institutes of Health wondered if monkeys could relate to music like humans do. After all, their eyes probably see like ours; do their ears hear like ours? Katarina Zimmer at The Scientist tells the […]
Lazy Darwinists Abuse Science
October 17, 2017
The Darwin storytelling empire has become fat and lazy, abandoning the hard work of empiricism for tantalizing speculations.
Tick Talk: Mammal Blood Found in Amber
April 5, 2017
Can intact blood be preserved for 15 to 45 million years, give or take 50 million?
Why Monkeys Don't Talk
December 13, 2016
It's not that they don't have the vocal apparatus. They just don't have the mind for it.
So Much for Stone Tools
October 20, 2016
There goes the flaked stone tool as a measure of hominin intelligence, now that monkeys can unintentionally make them, too.
Stumped: Evolutionist Confesses No Answer for Human Uniqueness
October 2, 2016
The only other sentient upright-walking humanoid species are characters from science fiction. Why?
Fudging Evolution to Avoid Falsification
March 12, 2015
Evolutionary theory follows Finagle's Rule #4: "Draw your curves, then plot your data."
Birds Go Splat on Evolutionary Theories
December 19, 2014
A flock of surprising traits of birds has dropped a load on simplistic notions of evolution.
June 29, 2014
Here are some silly evolution claims crossing the news wires. Some evolutionists appear to have little more to do than speculate and spin stories.
Snakes on a Brain, and Other Evolutionary Stories
November 2, 2013
When evolution is seen as a storytelling game rather than a serious attempt at scientific explanation, it suddenly makes sense.
Scientists Are Not Experts on Values
August 18, 2013
The "fact-value split" is a dubious distinction, illustrated by several recent articles. Scientists cannot act as if their findings are values-free.