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The mystery of the inside-out ammonite
How was the soft tissue of an ammonite fossilized without its shell attached?
by Philip Robinson
The Woolly Mammoth
The unique conditions and short timespan of the biblical Ice Age explain how Wooly Mammoths were buried and preserved.
by Michael Oard
Bird evolution flies out the window
You were likely taught that the famous Archaeopteryx was a bird-reptile ‘link’. But what are the facts?
by Carl Wieland
Neanderthals becoming more modern with time
Archaeology confirms that Neanderthal Man had numerous abilities that are attributed to modern man.
by Michael J. Oard
“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
The fossil record is complete enough
Does this mean the paucity of transitional fossils is real?
by Michael J. Oard
Neandertals weren’t ‘cave men’
Neandertals’ most famous homes were caves, but that’s not where they lived all the time.
by Lita Sanders
Dicynodonts and ‘out-of-place’ fossils
Giant mammal-like reptiles in the age of dinosaurs? Cretaceous dicynodont reclassified to Cenozoic mammal, otherwise it would be a proverbial Precambrian rabbit.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Did God create over billions of years?
The god of an old earth is not the God of Christianity.
by Lita Cosner, Gary Bates
Early victim of the ‘dinosaur-extinction impact’
The first dinosaur death is claimed to have been drowned and quickly buried due to a huge tsunami caused by the Chicxulub impact at the Yucatan peninsula.
by Lucien Tuinstra
And the oldest feather belongs to … a bird
Does the oldest feather fossil found belong to a bird or a dinosaur?
by Philip Robinson
‘Lost world’ animals—found!
Cave drawings brought to life by exciting discoveries.
by Carl Wieland