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Sperm wail
The evolutionists’ cry that ostracod gametes are 17 million years old defies common sense.
by David Catchpoole
Half a billion years … and still soft!
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Pre-Cambrian fossils of marine worms have their original tissue. Similarly for bacteria that feed on them.
by David Catchpoole
Turtles
These uniquely designed creatures continue to defy evolutionary explanation …
by Paula Weston
Neandertal paintings ‘bombshell’
Neandertals weren’t artistic—and yet they were.
by David Catchpoole
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
The majestic elephant
A fascinating look at the world’s largest living land animal …
by Paula Weston
Roraima pollen
An evolutionary paradox still not solved.
by Emil Slivestru
Dinosaur soft tissue gets ‘ironic’ response
The significant amount of soft tissue being found in dinosaur bones is causing evolutionists to grasp at straws in order to explain its existence.
by Calvin Smith
Index fossils—really?
Reliable indicators of age in the rocks?
by Gordon Howard
Double-decade dinosaur disquiet
A sneak preview from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. For twenty years now, dino bones have progressively divulged their contents to researchers who did not expect to find the likes of DNA and radiocarbon ‘millions of years’ after dinosaur extinction.
by David Catchpoole
Salamanders are ‘living fossils’!
How can something long known to be living, be dubbed a ‘living fossil’?
by David Catchpoole
Mammoth clones coming to a zoo near you
An attraction coming to a zoo near you?
by Rob Carter