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Ginkgo: a remarkable living fossil
With no evolutionary change over claimed hundreds of millions of years, and possessing a complex genome, the ginkgo is totally baffling to Darwinists
by Jerry Bergman
Alan Feduccia: the feathered dinosaur maverick
Fossil bird expert and evolutionist Alan Feduccia argues against feathered dinosaurs.
by Joel Tay
Astounding ammonite buried in Noah’s Flood
Ammolite is a rare, iridescent, gem-quality material cut from the fossilized shells of extinct sea creatures. We have Noah’s Flood to thank for their appearance.
by Tas Walker
Scelidosaurus—evidence of rapid burial in the Early Jurassic of southern England
Rapid, episodic burial and the conundrums it presents for uniformitarian dating.
by Andrew Sibley
Amazing ammonite animatronics!
Scientists build amazing animatronic ammonite models to investigate their swimming abilities, but this demonstrates their intelligent design rather than evolution.
by Gavin Cox
Ancestor bias
Non-scientific biases affect museum reconstructions
by Phil Robinson
Coelacanth: The transitional fossil that wasn’t
The transitional fossil that wasn’t
by Jerry Bergman
Neanderthals could hear like modern man
More evidence that Neanderthals were descended from Adam.
by Michael Oard
'Earliest' ancestor of cephalopods
Could a fossil cephalopod with 10 arms be considered ancestral to today’s species of octopus?
by Lucien Tuinstra
A very doctrinaire evolutionist rehashes all the canned arguments
A doctrinaire evolutionist rehashes old canards and calumnies.
by John Woodmorappe
A passion for rocks
Tas Walker talks to Philip Worts about geology and ground-breaking discoveries
by Tas Walker
David Attenborough’s First Life: Arrival
Attenborough tells the evolutionary story of how life started on Earth, but the fossils at the locations shown are problems for evolution rather than proof thereof.
by Russell Grigg