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Neandertals weren’t ‘cave men’
Neandertals’ most famous homes were caves, but that’s not where they lived all the time.
by Lita Sanders
A family tree for all humanity?
A unified genealogy of modern and ancient humans incorrectly points to northeast African as the ancestral homeland. The results are entirely based on the evolutionary assumptions behind the model.
by Robert W. Carter
Puzzling over evolution of language
The ‘great apes’ are not-so-great at providing clues as to our origins
by David Catchpoole
Robert Carter gets everything wrong?
Daniel Stern-Cardinale and Joshua Swamidass have made many false claims about creationism and creationists. DSC and Erika “Gutsick Gibbon” were at it again recently, but once again refused to listen to our answers.
by Robert Carter
Darwin’s statue, racism, and the Natural History Museum, London
With pressure from anti-racist groups to remove statues linked to racism and slavery, we ask questions about statues of Darwin and the representation of human evolution in major museums.
by Andrew Sibley
AI and the secular vision to redefine life itself
Is human life getting an update? Will artificial intelligence evolve us to the next level? Removing our five senses seems more of a downgrade.
by Lucien Tuinstra
Darwin’s Point
Is a tiny lump on the rim of some human ears evidence for evolution?
by Jerry Bergman
‘Oumuamua—what is it?
How can we explain this likely interstellar object from a biblical perspective?
by Wayne Spencer
‘Out of Africa’ on the ropes
The favoured story of human evolution is now struggling
by Peter Line
Paleoanthropology in Australia—Homo erectus and modern human origins
Homo erectus and modern human origins
by Peter Line
Pigeon Revision: Brainy birds trump bookish baboons
The ability to distinguish the style of a Picasso from a Monet puts a whole new perspective on ‘bird-brainy’
by David Catchpoole
New cranium, same old evolutionary ambiguities
New find suggests that several australopithecine species may just be variations of the same kind. Evolutionists are now unsure how to reconstruct the supposed human evolutionary tree. 
by Peter Line