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Defining terms

Defining terms

The terms
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21 Mar, 2024
Anolis lizard scuba divers

Anolis lizard scuba divers

Certain species of Anolis can stay submerged up to 18 minutes and can ‘rebreathe’ some of their own air
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20 Dec, 2023
Galápagos finches, rapid speciation, and recent creation

Galápagos finches, rapid speciation, and recent creation

Darwin’s finches have been a poster child for evolution for more than a century, but recent genetic analysis reveals God’s creative brilliance and how He created species to change over time.
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09 Nov, 2023
Review: 'Science Fraud' by Mike Sutton

Review: 'Science Fraud' by Mike Sutton

A review of Science Fraud: Darwin’s plagiarism of Patrick Matthews theory by Mike Sutton.
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22 Sep, 2023
The Sulawesi bear cuscus

The Sulawesi bear cuscus

The Sulawesi Bear Cuscus is a marsupial that stretches the evolutionary paradigm to breaking point.
Article
20 Sep, 2023
The peacock tail

The peacock tail

Sexual selection fails to explain the beauty of the peacock tail.
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05 Aug, 2023
Last supertusker

Last supertusker

The death of the last remaining super-tusker elephants in Africa marks also the disappearance of the genes for large tusk size.
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05 Apr, 2023
Die Schildkröten der Galápagos-Inseln

Die Schildkröten der Galápagos-Inseln

Die Galápagos-Riesenschildkröten sind eine Ikone des Darwinismus. In Wahrheit aber widerlegen sie die Idee von Charles Lyell, dass die Arten "fixiert" seien, und sie bestätigen das Schöpfungsmodell, das natürliche Selektion und Variation mit beinhaltet.
Article
01 Feb, 2023
Superbugs not super after all

Superbugs not super after all

Do superbugs prove evolution?
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10 Oct, 2022
Flightless insects on windswept islands

Flightless insects on windswept islands

Loss of flight is an advantage for insects on a windswept island
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27 Jul, 2022
The magnificent ‘flying’ frog

The magnificent ‘flying’ frog

Wallace’s flying frog can glide up to 15 metres (50 feet).
Article
16 May, 2022
Kamikaze caterpillars

Kamikaze caterpillars

When moth caterpillars begin eating tobacco leaves, big-eyed bugs quickly come, attracted by a chemical release caused by the caterpillars, not the plant---a conundrum for evolution by natural selection
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02 Feb, 2022
Startling Sturddlefish

Startling Sturddlefish

Sturddlefish or paddlegeon: inter-family hybridization between sturgeon and paddlefish and created kinds.
Article
20 Dec, 2021
Lizard losers (and winners)

Lizard losers (and winners)

Anole lizards on the Bahamas are not evolving.
Article
15 Dec, 2021
Over-engineering in nature: an evolutionary conundrum

Over-engineering in nature: an evolutionary conundrum

Super-engineering in nature is a major conundrum for evolutionary theory.
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23 Nov, 2021
Loss of flight in rails is not evolution

Loss of flight in rails is not evolution

Loss of flight in railbirds is an example of devolution, not evolution.
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13 Oct, 2021

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