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Did eyes evolve by Darwinian mechanisms?
Many kinds of eyes exist, but there is no progression of eye designs from simple to complex in the fossils. Even the simplest light-detecting cell requires enormously complicated coordinated biochemistry.
by Jerry Bergman
Ernst Haeckel
Ernst Haeckel perpetrated multiple frauds to promote evolution including his infamous embryo drawings.
by Russell Grigg
Are look-alikes related?
What else could explain look-alikes?
by Don Batten
Homology made simple
Does common anatomy necessarily point to common ancestry?
by Dominic Statham
Biology exam fraud
Fraudulent embryo drawings (a la Ernst Haeckel) said to provide evidence for evolution.
by Rocky Smart
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
Saddle up the horse, it’s off to the bat cave
When genetic evidence fits the evolutionary belief system, humanists are quick to gloat. But what about when it totally contradicts it?
by Daniel Anderson
Dino-bird theory—a flight of fancy
The controversial theory with a long history of competing concepts that is no closer to being resolved than it was in Darwin’s day.
by Jerry Bergman and Philip Snow
Did the ear bones of mammals really evolve from the jawbones of reptiles?
Evolution of bones in middle ear in mammals unheard of.
by Matthew Cserhati
Developmental genetics supports creation theory
Evolutionists try to define homology by how it is explained, not by how it is observed.
by Walter ReMine
Evidence for human evolution?
Isn’t it simply nonsensical to gainsay the large amount of scientific evidence for evolutionary anthropology?
by Philip Bell
Placental versus Marsupial: A tale of two ‘wolves’
It’s not right to blame the dingo, just for the sake of promoting the evolutionary storyline.
by David Catchpoole