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Living fossils: a powerful argument for creation
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Dr Carl Werner discovered that the world’s museums contain fossils of many of today’s creatures, but found in ‘dinosaur’ rock. Why aren’t these fossils on display?
by Don Batten
Fascinating fossil fence-wire
Unfortunately, the average person is still conditioned into thinking ‘millions of years’ when considering how rocks and fossils form. But as we’ve said many times with many examples—given the right conditions, rocks and fossils will form in a very short time.
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‘Oldest’ fossil shrimp?
How is an old fossil shrimp important for unraveling evolution if it closely resembles modern shrimp?
by Shaun Doyle
Is the fish really our ancestor?
A review of Your Inner Fish: A Journey into the 3.5-Billion-Year History of the Human Body by Neil Shubin
by Colin Mitchell
‘Remarkable’ mammal hairs in amber?
Is there any fossil evidence that dinosaur and modern mammals lived together?
by Shaun Doyle
Evolution of multicellularity: what is required?
Another insurmountable hurdle for evolution.
by Shaun Doyle
Darwinopterus v Dawkins
Dawkins’ latest book The Greatest Show on Earth purports to provide the proof of evolution. Yet this new pterosaur fossil upsets a hypothesis he endorses. Read this chapter from our forthcoming refutation.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Distant starlight, and dino and human fossils
The Horizon problem: the big banger’s own distant starlight problem, and more evidence against the big bang. Why are there no mass graveyards of human and dino fossils?
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
Panderichthys—a fish with fingers?
What of the latest ‘missing link’ offered up for fish-to-tetrapod evolution?
by Shaun Doyle
Toy car rocks million-year belief
The rock on the beach looked like any other rock–until it was turned over.
by Tas Walker
Another leggy snake?
Discovering leg bones in the fossil snake Eupodophis has evolutionists excited. But are leggy snakes ‘primitive’, and what have they to do with the Curse in Genesis 3?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Grass-eating dinos
How could dinosaurs have eaten grass, if it hadn’t evolved yet?
by David Catchpoole