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A problem of pedigree
Pedigree dogs, far from being the ‘most evolved’, are actually the sickest and most genetically impoverished.
by Lita Sanders
Biogeography
Evolutionists claim that biogeography provides strong evidence for evolution. Can the data fit the biblical account of recolonisation following the Genesis Flood?
by Dominic Statham
Comparing chromosomes and genomes
Towards a better understanding of the types of genomic changes that have occurred throughout history in the creation model
by Jean K Lightner
Poison-resistant tomcods and the meaning of ‘evolution’
A skeptic misunderstands what evolution is, and what is required to make it plausible.
by Carl Wieland
Vintage Journal: The plantaris muscle
Is this little-known muscle a true vestigial organ?
by David N. Menton
Genetics and geographical distribution
A correspondent challenges us to explain genetics and geographical distribution in a creationist framework.
by Dr Robert Carter
Rapid tomcod ‘evolution by pollution’?
There’s something ‘fishy’ about how the word ‘evolution’ is used …
by Carl Wieland
Defining terms
‘Natural selection’ and ‘evolution’ can mean different things to different people. A leading evolutionist who tried to fix the problem has been largely ignored—unfortunately.
by David Catchpoole
Naming the animals: all in a day’s work for Adam
Adam, the world’s first zoologist, did the world’s first animal classification.
by Russell Grigg
The fish with ‘four eyes’ (Anableps)
The best explanation for Anableps is that it was created on Day 5 of Creation Week.
by Russell Grigg
The opossum’s tale
The opossum of the Americas confounds ‘just-so’ stories to explain Australia’s weird mammals.
by Lael Weinberger
ATP synthase: majestic molecular machine made by a mastermind
How ATP synthase makes a chemical essential for life.
by Brian Thomas