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Antibiotic resistance: Evolution in action?
Why are man-made pills increasingly ineffective in the battle against infections?
by Don Batten
No evolution in pollution: killifish survivors are ‘losers’
Killifish have been found living in polluted rivers with levels of industrial toxins 8,000 times the lethal dose.
by David Catchpoole
Evolutionists disagree on how evolution happens
There is more than one view among evolutionary researchers on how new biological structures arise.
by Shaun Doyle
Isn’t it obvious? Natural selection can eliminate, but never create!
Candid evolutionists have publicly recognized the obvious: natural selection is a process of elimination, not creation.
by David Catchpoole
Elephant Genome Project: evolutionary theory re-written
The Elephant Genome Project reveals a new elephant species alive today, and rewrites the previously held evolutionary tree for elephants. Research findings fit nicely with the Biblical account.
by Joel Tay
Mutant plastic-munching enzyme does not support evolution
New plastic-munching Ideonella sakaiensis bacterium was intelligently engineered, not randomly evolved.
by Ari Takku
Pigeons don’t fancy Darwin
Pigeon fanciers’ fancy pigeons fuelled Darwin’s flights of fancy
by David Catchpoole
Nebraskan deer mice—evolution’s latest ‘icon’?
A colour mutation that camouflages deer mice against a sandy background is a great example of natural selection.
by David Catchpoole
Helpful animals
When creatures work together to help one other, it defies evolutionary predictions.
by Robert Doolan
Orchids … a witness to the Creator
Even Charles Darwin was confounded by plant origins … and the orchid speaks of incredible complexity.
by Geoff Chapman
Nylon-degrading bacteria: update
‘Exhibit A’ for evolution in recent times, further research shows that this one does not stack up either.
by Don Batten
Tibetan snow lotus
Is the Tibetan snow lotus evolving to elude detection?
by David Catchpoole