Scientists, Reporters Still Nuts Over Darwin
November 1, 2019
No other historical scientist gets as much praise and worship as Charlie D. Why is that?
Darwin Given Credit for Non-Darwinian Observations
November 5, 2018
Darwinian evolution is one of the most curious scientific theories ever. Even un-Darwinian data can be twisted to support it.
How the Stuff Happens Law Can Be Scientific
October 13, 2018
The most vacuous scientific explanation of all meets the standard requirements of science.
Natural Selection Is Not Predictable
February 22, 2018
Every once in awhile, biologists argue over whether evolution is predictable. The latest flap over stick insects sticks up for predictability, but flops.
Darwinians Gloat Over Political Power
June 22, 2016
With media behind them, they can spout their talking points without controversy, while weak politicians only appease their critics.
Imploding Ideas Unnoticed by Their Advocates
June 5, 2016
Fewer people would say foolish things if they noticed how ideas can refute themselves.
Evolution Is Not a Designer
May 25, 2016
From Richard Dawkins to new prizewinning engineers, scientists get natural selection all wrong.
Proving Evolution by Devolution
March 11, 2016
A sadly misinformed press release tries to illustrate Darwinian evolution by breaking things.
Misuse of Term 'Natural Selection' Continues
February 11, 2016
If humans guide a process, that is not natural selection. Darwin's idea had nothing to do with intention or morality.
That Doesn't Look Like Evolution
October 1, 2015
Here are more findings, categorized under "evolution," that might turn heads and make one say, "Huh?"
Do You Know How Lucky You Are to Live on Earth?
September 22, 2015
The factors that make life possible came together so beautifully, even materialists have trouble knowing why we're here.
Lower Animals: "Lower" Does Not Mean "Simpler"
August 1, 2014
Here are a few "lower" animals worth knowing about. They reveal astonishing design throughout the living world, but little support for evolution.
Man Blamed for Living Fossil Extinction Threat
July 24, 2012
The chambered nautilus is on the decline, after 500 million years of survival from the world's greatest extinction events. Guess who's to blame.
Tilt-A-World: Another Constraint on Habitability
January 12, 2012
Did you ever ride a Tilt-A-Whirl, one of those cheap carnival rides that makes you dizzy and sick? Our planet would be like that if its inclination were out of control. Without tilt stability, a new study reveals, we wouldn't be sick, we'd be dead, or never alive in the first place. It's not enough to be in the Habitable Zone. Would-be inhabited planets need to avoid a new problem, called “tilt erosion.”
Evolutionists Answer ‘Why’ Questions With ‘Stuff Happens’
September 22, 2009
Why do ants walk single file? Why are goldfish gold? Why do worms come up on the sidewalk in the rain? Exasperated parents sometimes answer the incessant questions of their young children with “It’s just the way things are!” Presumably science does a better job of explanation, but one might wonder if the following evolutionary […]