Evolutionists Mangle Fossils with Preposterous Stories
July 2, 2020
Look at the fossil evidence presented here, and ask if the Darwinian stories told about them make any sense.
Health May Depend on Good Viruses and Microbes
November 30, 2017
There is still much to learn about the human body. Some of our best friends may not even share our own genes.
More Plants That Didn’t Evolve
August 6, 2017
We continue with looks at how plants supposedly evolved, drawing from latest news from the leading journals and science media outlets.
How Well Do Evolutionists Understand Endosymbiosis?
February 16, 2016
The theory that early cells engulfed microbes that became mitochondria is often presented overconfidently.
This Is Not Evolution
December 1, 2015
Evidence often comes with a Darwin label, but let the buyer beware.
September 8, 2015
Birds never cease to astound us with their grace in the air and cheery songs, because they exhibit design at many levels.
Worm Therapy Becoming Trendy
September 2, 2015
Treatment with helminths (roundworms), once considered gross, is actually proving effective.
Parasites Can Help the Ecology
March 16, 2014
A parasitologist suggests that parasites don't just rob and steal; they usually do good as functional players in an ecosystem.
Pain: Evolution or Curse?
January 17, 2014
It doesn't take much "evolution" to create a toxin, or to switch on or amplify the pain response. Are these good things gone bad?
Overcoming Natural Evil with Good
November 1, 2013
Things that bite and sting are not always 100% harmful. Maybe some of our categories of natural evil are due to ignorance.
April 20, 2013
Here's a quick rundown of news on new technologies emerging from the study of plants, animals, and cells.
February 4, 2012
Parasitism is bad. Parasitism is evil. Parasites wage war against innocent hosts. This is our mindset. What if parasites can do good? This change of heart seems to be happening for one case, the case of transposable genetic elements. If they are only doing harm to the host, why did some biologists find that “positive selection” seems to be maintaining them? That makes it sound like the cells need them.