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Pterosaur Beats Giraffe

A flying reptile with a neck longer than a giraffe's? Could it fly at breakneck speed without breaking its neck?

Darwinists Are Contortionists

To keep their pet theory from being falsified, Darwinians must stretch, twist and bend it to fit unexpected observations.

Evolutionists Fool Themselves with Darwin Trees

The methods they use are almost guaranteed to give wrong results a vast majority of the time.

Darwinists Build Fake Phylogenetic Trees

No matter what kinds of organisms they study, Darwinists run into trouble by trying to prove common ancestry.

Evolution in Action, or Evolutionist Inaction?

When critiques have been forbidden, lazy evolutionary biologists get away with incompetent scientific work and inept thinking.

Common Method for Evolutionary Inference Collapses

Evolutionists are going to be very upset over what this paper claims: phylogenetic trees of living animals are meaningless.

Flip Flops in Plant Ancestry

Are green algae the ancestors of all land plants? Do paleontologists even know that these fossils are green algae?
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Long Necks Without Evolution

What do giraffes and sauropods have in common? A new paper shows how you can seek answers without Darwin's help.

The Art of Translating Darwinese

Translating Darwinese primarily involves taking out the assumptions and assertions and seeing if anything is left.

Evolutionary Models Are Unreliable

Evolutionists find that models and assumptions in which they placed their trust are unreliable and unscientific.

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

Calling Something a Whale Doesn’t Make It a Whale

This absurdly hyped fossil is a WINO— Whale in Name Only. Dr Jerry Bergman gives it a reality check.

Darwinists Imagine Feathered Crocodiles

Fuzz has been found on a pterosaur. That's not news. But split ends on some fibers are electrifying the evolutionary imagination.

Synapsids Went Extinct, but Did They Evolve?

Evolutionists call them "mammal-like reptiles," but a very large fossil synapsid upsets evolutionary ideas.

Human Brain Size Varies Twofold

We're all human, but some of us have brains twice the size of others. And areas inside the brain can vary, too. What does this mean?
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