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Speech, music—and Neandertals

Speech, music—and Neandertals

Humans turn out to have a remarkable ability that is not needed for survival. But it is useful in praising the Creator …
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19 Mar, 2024
Ancient Chinese skull

Ancient Chinese skull

Puzzling 300,000-Year-Old HLD 6 Skull Challenges Human Evolution: Unearthing Ancient Anomalies in the Human Family Tree.
Article
13 Nov, 2023
Developments in paleoanthropology no. 2

Developments in paleoanthropology no. 2

Contextualizing paleoanthropology finds around 2020 in creationist perspective.
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19 May, 2023
Dragon Man

Dragon Man

In 2021 an international research team announced a proposed new human species from China, nicknamed ‘Dragon Man’.
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13 Mar, 2023
Furry little humans?

Furry little humans?

Do apes have human-like natures?
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09 Nov, 2022
A review of 'The Neanderthals Rediscovered'

A review of 'The Neanderthals Rediscovered'

A review of The Neanderthals Rediscovered by Dimitra Papagianni and Michael A. Morse.
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21 Jun, 2019
Hyped hominin

Hyped hominin

More hyped-up claims of similarity between australopithecines and modern humans.
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09 Aug, 2018
African invasion of the bodysnatchers

African invasion of the bodysnatchers

Darwin-inspired bodysnatchers used various methods to source the remains of native people from Africa, Australia and other countries.
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21 Sep, 2014
Abraham Ulrikab

Abraham Ulrikab

Abraham Ulrikab and his fellow Inuit were made human zoo exhibits and so were the victims of evolution-fueled racism.
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18 Mar, 2013
Where are all the people?

Where are all the people?

Population growth calculations are consistent with the biblical truth that everyone on Earth today is descended from the eight survivors of Noah
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09 Jan, 2013
Darwin and the Fuegians

Darwin and the Fuegians

Darwin’s racism involved his regarding the Fuegians as ‘miserable animals’ instead of human beings with the skills necessary to survive in their hostile environment.
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11 Jul, 2012
Missing the mark

Missing the mark

Louis Leakey abandoned his ambition to be a missionary in Africa, and instead he and his family spent their lives trying to find fossils to prove we evolved from apes.
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29 Feb, 2012
Are there apemen in your ancestry?

Are there apemen in your ancestry?

Are ape-men real?
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11 Jan, 2012
Evolutionary racism

Evolutionary racism

Darwin
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02 Nov, 2011
sediba revisited

sediba revisited

A reanalysis of Australopithecus sedibastill shows that it is not an apeman or missing link but likely to be another variety of australopithecine.
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20 Sep, 2011
Charles Darwins savages

Charles Darwins savages

Christopher Columbus described the Fuegians as friendly, and handsome; Darwin compared them to devils and animals. Why the difference?
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08 Jun, 2011

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