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The Dingo Enigma

Biologists acknowledge that the ancestry of dingoes is a big problem for evolution.

Wolf Howls Evolved into Sirens

This one is just dumb. Even for evolutionary just-so stories, this one is a howler.

Surprising Fossils Astonish Evolutionists

When fossils have to be millions of years old, evolutionists can't believe their eyes.

Selling Evolution with Cuteness

Artificial selection is not natural selection. Darwin addicts cannot keep that distinction straight.

Los Angeles Ice Age Fossils Are Changing Tar Pit Story

More Ice Age fossils have turned up in a Los Angeles subway tunnel, and there are surprises.

Tangled Branches Confound Darwinian Trees

Darwin's branching "tree of life" diagram made for a nice, simple, easy-to-understand, convenient myth. It has sent scientists on a wild tree chase ever since.

Darwin Fail: Surprising Organisms Follow Their Own Path

There are organisms that change too fast, others that change too slow, and others that change without natural selection. What's a Darwinist to do?

Latest Fossils: Dinosaurs, Whales and More

Here's a quick survey of news about fossils, including remains of some monstrous creatures and a tiny one, too.

Puppies in Permafrost Stun Scientists

They say these dogs are 12,400 years old, but their organs and fur are intact, along with remains of their last meal.

Mammals vs. Evolution

Whether living or fossilized, mammals do not tell an evolutionary story.

The Hunt for Selection in the Genes

One might think that 154 years after Darwin's book about it, natural selection would be empirically obvious. The journal Nature went on a search for it in DNA.

Evolutionists' Storytelling Addiction

For professionals who should be concerned with evidence, many evolutionists are given to rampant speculation. The tipoff is usually a phrase like "may have," "could have," or "conceivably."

Caveman’s Best Friend, Evolution’s Newest Upset

The evolutionary story of the dog-human relationship has had to be drastically revised in light of recent findings. The old story was that wolves tamed themselves into doggish behavior some 15,000 years ago in Asia by frequenting human garbage dumps. Evidence from caves, fossil prints, and the dog genome, though, has required a near complete overhaul of how our animal companions and their relationships to humans evolved, calling into question whether evolution was involved at all.
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