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Category: Evolution

  • Bumming Herds of Hummingbirds into Evolution

    By: David Coppedge Any well-designed animal can be forced into an evolutionary story if you allow the rules to evolve, too. A new paper in Current Biology claims to organize the phylogeny of hummingbirds, those “iridescent… jewel-like” stars of Illustra Media’s film Flight: … Continue reading

  • Enceladus Ocean Means Dating Trouble, Not Life

    By: David Coppedge News media are jumping over an announcement that Saturn’s moon Enceladus may have a large body of water under its icy crust, but what does it mean? Cassini scientists, publishing in Science Magazine, announced indirect evidence (via Doppler … Continue reading

  • The Singapore Evolution Garden

    by Tas Walker Singapore is a modern city-state and island at a crossroads of trade, travel and communications. Located in southeast Asia, it’s a prosperous city renowned for its skyscrapers, metro system, restaurants and parks. In 2005, the Singapore Botanic Gardens … Continue reading

  • Quote of the Week: Spurgeon on evolution

    The great Baptist preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon, in his sermon ‘Hideous Discovery’, preached on July 25, 1886, made the following comment on evolution: ‘In its bearing upon religion this vain notion is, however, no theme for mirth, for it is … Continue reading

  • Cosmos 2.0 Repeats the Flaws of Cosmos 1.0

    By: David Coppedge Neil de Grasse Tyson is showing himself to be a good disciple of Carl Sagan, never questioning his master. A lot has changed in science since 1980, when Carl Sagan’s Cosmos first aired.  Inflation theory was brand new; punctuated … Continue reading

  • Arguments evolutionists should not use

    By: Don Batten We have a popular article titled, Arguments we think creationists should not use. Indeed, even many misotheistic evolutionists, including Richard Dawkins, have commended the existence of such a page. Well, as the saying goes, ‘What is good for the goose … Continue reading

  • Cosmologists Were Wrong About Galaxy Evolution

    By: David Coppedge Fifteen years ago, no cosmologist would have predicted mature galaxies early on, but they keep getting found – earlier and earlier. Astronomers just set a new record.  They found mature galaxies dated at just 1.6 billion years … Continue reading

  • Live Birth Fossil Exposes Evolutionary Enigma

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. * Fossils sometimes capture brief, fleeting moments. Pterosaur footprints, raindrop craters, ripple marks, and half-swallowed fish adorn Earth’s layers. And now researchers have discovered a baby ichthyosaur, an extinct fish-like reptile, halfway in and out of … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Explanations Add Illogic to Speculation

    By: David Coppedge Some evolutionary explanations may sound reasonable until you do the accounting from Darwin’s explanatory resources. Sealing their fate:  An article on seal (pinniped) evolution on Science Daily seems to give a straightforward account of why some species exhibit sexual … Continue reading

  • The ‘Trojan Horse’ of Deep Time

    By: Calvin Smith In the famous tale from Homer’s “Odyssey” the fortress of Troy was defeated by the Greek army by leaving a large wooden horse (secretly filled with soldiers) behind as a supposed gift. The Trojans willingly took it … Continue reading

  • If the Big Bang is the Answer, Why are There So Many Questions?

    By: David Coppedge Any scientific explanation that leads to more questions than answers should be considered suspect. A good scientific theory often opens up more questions about nature – new avenues of research into related questions.  When the questions become … Continue reading

  • Story on Evolution of Birds Glosses Over Details

    By: David Coppedge It takes more to turn a dinosaur into a bird than changing arm and leg ratios and reducing body size. The summary of an article on Science Daily foretells what it will try to explain: The key characteristics of birds … Continue reading

  • Saving the ‘Billions of Years’ Age of Titan

    Next to Mars, Titan is the most intriguing object NASA’s astrobiologists would like to explore, due to its thick nitrogen-and-methane atmosphere which they believe harbors ‘prebiotic’ chemistry at the surface. But before they can talk about life on Titan, they … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Explanations Add Illogic to Speculation

    By: David Coppedge Some evolutionary explanations may sound reasonable until you do the accounting from Darwin’s explanatory resources. Sealing their fate:  An article on seal (pinniped) evolution on Science Daily seems to give a straightforward account of why some species exhibit sexual … Continue reading

  • Just Say No! to Evolutionary Speculation

    By: David Coppedge “Prove it!” used to be the goal of science.  With rampant speculation in the science news media, it’s time to demand accountability. Some science headlines ask rhetorical questions.  The default answer should be, “No.” “Did alien life … Continue reading

  • How I Became a Christian

    When I was small I went to a Presbyterian school where the Lord’s Prayer was recited each day before class, and from about the age of six I believed in God. Around the age of eight I found an old … Continue reading

  • Scientific Evidence for Creation

    By: Tas Walker Some people are amazed to discover that there is scientific evidence for creation because they have not heard it before. Remarkably, we live in a culture where this evidence has been largely excised from the public square. … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Dogma, Not Science, Kicks Out Adam

    By: Brian Thomas, M.S. Secular geneticists continue to claim that humans did not come from a literal Adam and Eve.1 But if clues in the human genome do not reject Adam from our ancestry, then why would scientists insist that he … Continue reading

  • Darwin Day Came and Went

    By: David Coppedge Except among certain special-interest groups, Darwin Day seems to have been a non-event, but one Darwinist won an award for Censor of the Year. There wasn’t as much news this year about Darwin Day, February 12 (Charles … Continue reading

  • Downfall of Homo antecessor, Ancestor in Name Only

    By: David Coppedge Details make the story of Homo antecessor an improbable tale of human evolution. It was Europe’s entry into the early human evolution story.  It was the pride of the Spaniards.  It was Europe’s answer to Africa’s Homo ergaster, … Continue reading

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