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Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 2—kinetic and thermodynamic data
Exactly how fast do amino acids racemize under natural conditions?
by Royal Truman
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 3—condensation to form oligopeptides
How easily can peptides spontaneously begin to link together in conditions posited for abiogenesis?
by Royal Truman
Homology, dermatomes, and pentadactyl limbs
Do dermatomes make little sense unless humans evolved from other vertebrates?
by Philip Bell
What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 2
Can group selection explain the rise of morality?
by Marc Kay
The Fantastic Theory
The Fantastic Theory, or how the myth of evolution came about
Revisiting Homo floresiensis
How has our understanding of Homo floresiensis changed since its discovery was first announced in 2004?
by Peter Line
Electric Stargazers
Electric Stargazers are monster fish that uses multiple lures, ambush, venom, and electricity to hunt their prey.
by Joel Tay
What proportion of the human genome is actually functional?
The functional proportion of the genome is higher than evolutionists want, but much of the genomic sequence is unconstrained and unaffected by natural selection.
by Robert Carter
What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 3
Can kin selection explain the rise of morality?
by Marc Kay
Origin of Life
Origin of Life (Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels preview)
The origin of L-amino acid enantiomeric excess: part 1—by preferential photo-destruction using circularly polarized light?
How could 'left-handed' amino acids dominate as a necessary precursor to the naturalistic origin of life?
by Royal Truman
No, God did not use evolution
Creation Magazine LIVE! Season 8 Episode 8 No, God did not use evolution
by Thomas Bailey and Matt Bondy