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The Neutral Model of evolution and recent African origins
Do the ‘molecular clock’ assumptions of the most popular version of human evolution and dispersal, the ‘Out of Africa’ hypothesis stand up under scrutiny?
by Rob Carter
The Neandertal mitochondrial genome
It does not support evolution
by Robert Carter
Gautengensis vs sediba
A battle for supremacy amongst ‘apeman’ contenders, but neither descended from Adam.
by Peter Line
Indian creation myths
The evidence is substantial, the conclusion undeniable. Throughout the Americas various groups share similar, detailed creation accounts that mirror Genesis and mirror accounts from virtually every culture on the planet.
by Calvin Smith
Neandertal genome like ours
Decoding of 60% of the Neandertal genome surprises evolutionists as to how similar it is to modern humans
by Rob Carter
Adam, Eve and Noah vs Modern Genetics
It’s in our genes—that is, evidence that we all come from just two people, and that there was subsequently a dramatic population crash.
by Robert W. Carter
Sediba: New alleged hominid ignites debate, but is no missing link
The papers are full of the usual hype that a definite and crucially important human ancestor has been found. But a closer look reveals more of the ‘same old-same-old’.
by Peter Line
Darwin’s bodysnatchers: new horrors
People deliberately killed to provide ‘specimens’ for evolutionary research.
by Carl Wieland
Obama racism row
‘Disgustingly racist and offensive’ pictures on the internet of America’s First Lady have caused a furore, for which Google executives have apologized. What’s behind it all?
by David Catchpoole
Ardipithecus again
The papers are full of “Ardipithecus” or “Ardi”—many would not realize it’s just a lot more detail on the same creature we wrote about in 2001.
by Carl Wieland
The people that forgot time (and much else, too)
A hunter-gatherer tribe thought to have “descended unchanged from the Stone Age” has recently been DNA-tested—with “astonishing” results.
by David Catchpoole
Darwinism and the Nazi race holocaust
Darwinism and the Nazi race Holocaust
by Jerry Bergman