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'Earliest' ancestor of cephalopods
Could a fossil cephalopod with 10 arms be considered ancestral to today’s species of octopus?
by Lucien Tuinstra
The mystery of the inside-out ammonite
How was the soft tissue of an ammonite fossilized without its shell attached?
by Philip Robinson
“830-million-year-old” microorganisms?
Microorganisms discovered in salt are reportedly 830 million years old, but this goes against all the laws of chemistry and molecular break-down
by Gavin Cox
Duck-billed dinosaur
Has preserved skin, blood vessels, and bone cells
by Philip Robinson
Soft flexible nerves in Triceratops bone
Sneak peek of a insightful article from the latest Creation magazine. Soft flexible nerves have been found in a Triceratops fossil
by Joel Tay
Soft tissue preservation in a ‘Jurassic’ ichthyosaur
More evidence that fossils are better explained in the biblical timeframe
by Phil Robinson
Spider eyes shining in the rocks
These bright-eyed, perfectly-preserved fossils provide compelling evidence for the global Flood recorded in the Bible
by Jonathan O’Brien
Some strengths and weaknesses of the polymer shield explanation for soft tissue fossils
Does the evidence justify invoking this mechanism to preserve soft tissues for millions of years?
by Brian Thomas, Stephen Taylor, and Kevin Anderson
DNA detected in duckbilled dino
Sneak peek of a powerful article from the latest Creation magazine. More headaches for the ‘millions of years’ story
by Phil Robinson
‘Oldest’ biological colour discovered
Can biological pigment molecules really survive over a billion years?
by Phil Robinson
Answering a moral relativist
A critic says morality has evolutionary roots, and blasts creationists for their “narrow” worldview.
by Keaton Halley
Triceratops soft tissue
Triceratops soft tissue found and carbon dated
by Joel Tay