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Den of ape-men or chambers of the sickly?
How do we interpret the latest Homo naledi findings with their associated ‘ape-man’ connotations and claims?
by Peter Line
The Amazing Stone Bears of Yorkshire
The notion that petrification processes take thousands of years blown out of the water in a matter of weeks.
by Monty White
What to make of Homo naledi?
Homo naledi is another case of selective interpretation of the evidence to ‘prove’ evolution of man from apelike ancestors.
by Marc Ambler
Precambrian rabbits—death knell for evolution?
Richard Dawkins says a rabbit fossil in the Precambrian would be evidence against evolution, but would that really be the case?
by Shaun Doyle
Order in the fossil record
How can Noah’s Flood explain it?
by Shaun Doyle
Are there out-of-sequence fossils that are problematic for evolution?
Bill Nye’s claim that there are no out-of-order fossils puts a bullseye on a weak spot for evolution.
by Gary Bates and Lita Cosner
Index fossils—really?
Reliable indicators of age in the rocks?
by Gordon Howard
Salamanders are ‘living fossils’!
How can something long known to be living, be dubbed a ‘living fossil’?
by David Catchpoole
Alligator ancestor antics
A fossil skull found with dinosaurs is identical to a modern American alligator, but was given a different scientific name, giving the illusion of evolution.
by Don Batten
Fossil flip-flop
How objective are scientists?
by Tas Walker
Slow fish in China
The fossil find in China now confirms that fish appear suddenly in the fossil record along with all the other kinds of animals.
by Tas Walker
Hundreds of jellyfish fossils!
In chapter 10 of his Origin of Species, Charles Darwin made a prediction: “No organism wholly soft can be preserved.” He’s been proven wrong—big time.
by David Catchpoole