Any Evolution for Platypus Yet?
January 20, 2021
It's been a long time since scientists have tried to Darwinize the platypus. Any progress?
Platypus Glows in the Dark
November 9, 2020
New discovery: the platypus glows in the dark! And so do many other animals – another conundrum for Darwinism.
Is the Y Chromosome Disappearing? Update
September 4, 2020
The male of the species is not disappearing, despite fear-mongering claims that the Y chromosome is shriveling up.
Questioning Another Dino-Bird
January 20, 2020
Another Chinese fossil bird with a few dinosaur-like characteristics raises question about the evolutionary narrative.
Stasis Is Not Evolution
May 29, 2019
Only Darwinians would turn non-evolution or breakage into evidences for evolution.
Why Is China the Leader in Feathered Dinosaur Fossils?
March 6, 2019
It's odd how many "dino-bird" fossils are found by farmers and sold to museums. Dr Jerry Bergman examines.
What Good Is a Hairball?
December 7, 2016
When you start looking for clues to good designs in nature, the results are everywhere.
Platypus Evolution "Remains a Mystery"
August 1, 2016
Evolution spectacularly fails to explain one of the planet's most intriguing animals.
Platypus Dinosaur: A Vegetarian T. Rex
April 28, 2015
A new dinosaur from Chile is as unbelievable as the first reported platypus was to English zoologists: a crazy mix of animals.
On the Origin of Snakes
December 6, 2013
New studies of snakes and their genes are surprising scientists with stories of "rapid evolution." Some findings offer potential for human health.
Attack of the Giant Platypus
November 5, 2013
King Kong Platypus. Platypus-zilla. That's what they're calling a new fossil that is shaking up the platypus family tree.
Turning an Unevolved Horseshoe Crab Into a Darwin Showpiece
January 26, 2012
Horseshoe crabs are survivors by anyone’s measure; they have carried on their lives virtually unchanged, according to the standard evolutionary timeline, for 450 million years. This not only points to incredible stasis against alleged forces of evolution; it also means they have survived at least three global extinctions that evolutionary biologists and geologists say wiped out most other species. Not only that, the world has changed drastically since they allegedly evolved from who-knows-what arthropod ancestors – perhaps trilobites, that appeared in the Cambrian Explosion without ancestors. But the numerous, successful trilobites did not survive the global extinctions. Given these contradictory facts, how can the horseshoe crab possibly be an exhibit for evolution? A recent article shows how.