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Big Science Endorses Storytelling

Big Science turns to Hollywood for help entertaining people with science narratives. It may be OK at times, but facts must take priority.

Double Standard in Science Favors Darwin

Evolutionists get away with utter nonsense. If their skeptics were so careless, there would be outrage.

More Faith in Natural Selection: DinoBirds

It's easy, Darwinists say, to make a bird from a dinosaur. Just shrink it down. All the requirements will emerge.

Evolutionary Models Are Unreliable

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

DIDO from the DODO Crowd: BAD Actors Confibulating with Evillusion Fogma

Darwin-only "science" leads to absurdities that only outsiders can perceive.

Updates for The Design of Life

New research puts more "wow" into the wonder of animals featured in Illustra Media's "Design of Life" documentaries.

Darwin Report Card, continued: How Useful Is Evolutionary Theory?

Darwinism is useful in one demonstrable way: it keeps thousands of biologists employed in the business of evidence-free speculation.

Darwinian Explanations Are Religious

A theory that explains opposite things with equal ease is indistinguishable from magic.

The Great Dinosaur Mix-up

Evolutionists seem to enjoy rearranging branches on the Darwin tree, not to find the truth, but to fool the public into thinking they're getting warmer.

Evolutionists Boast of Storytelling

Some evolutionists not only own up to just-so storytelling; they parade it.

Naive Evolution Stories Undermine Scientific Rigor

"Epistemic modesty" was a virtue until Darwin came along and launched a storytelling empire.

Fishy Tales About Tetrapod Origins

It's a stretch for mutation and selection to make a fish crawl out onto land with four digitized limbs, to say nothing of lungs and a new body plan.

Snowball Earth: Manufacturing a Narrative

The press and TV treat presumed scenarios like a "snowball Earth" as historic facts. A look at how the sausage is made, however, shows little empirical meat and mostly filler in a process characterized by tweaking, picking, and constant debate.
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