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Is the human male nipple vestigial?
Evolutionists often argue that some organs are a throwback to our evolutionary past because they don’t seem to have a function. Is this true of the male nipple?
by Jerry Bergman
Your appendix … it’s there for a reason
by Ken Ham and Carl Wieland
Are wisdom teeth (third molars) vestiges of human evolution?
Several factors have been found to be important in causing third molar problems.
by Jerry Bergman
Tailbone “serves no purpose”?
New York Museum of Natural History misleads the public.
by Keaton Halley
The human umbilical vesicle (‘yolk sac’) and pronephros—Are they vestigial?
A university lecturer teaches that the human umbilical vesicle (‘yolk sac’) and other temporary embryonic structures are vestigial—evidence that we evolved. Is this so?
by Andrew Lamb and Jonathan Sarfati
Bird breathing anatomy breaks dino-to-bird dogma
A new discovery about bird thighs and lungs seems to be the ‘nail in the coffin’ for the popular notion that they evolved from dinosaurs.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The opossum’s tale
The opossum of the Americas confounds ‘just-so’ stories to explain Australia’s weird mammals.
by Lael Weinberger
Eve, the rib, and modern genetics
Scientific investigation supports the idea that we descend from an original couple.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Spiders and ants inspire an unsinkable metal structure
Bug benefiting boat design
by Philip Robinson
The amazing bombardier beetle
God’s engineering marvel that inspired new spray system designs.
by Andy McIntosh
The ultimate machine
PhD anatomist David Kauffman points out that the human body is ‘ultra superior’ to anything that people have been able to invent.
by Carl Wieland interviews human anatomist Dr David Kaufmann
Blue eyes mutation
Many people of European descent have less melanin in their eyes, and it’s got nothing to do with evolution
by David Catchpoole and Robert Carter