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Aren’t 250 million year old live bacteria a bit much?
by Michael J. Oard
Neandertal-Human Hybrids:
Neandertals interbreeding with humans proves they are the same kind, but many long-age compromisers deny their humanity, leading to huge theological problems and outright bizarrity.
by Fred Butler
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
Triceratops soft tissue
Triceratops soft tissue found and carbon dated
by Joel Tay
Slow fish in China
The fossil find in China now confirms that fish appear suddenly in the fossil record along with all the other kinds of animals.
by Tas Walker
Where are the fossils of buildings and artifacts from pre-Flood civilizations?
If the geologic strata were deposited by a global Flood, why aren’t there pre-Flood tools and buildings in the fossil record?
by Keaton Halley, Shaun Doyle
More evidence Australopithecus was an extinct ape
Despite mounting evidence that the bones of a claimed human ancestor are in fact an extinct ape, evolutionists won’t give up on a prized ‘missing link’.
by Michael J. Oard
Doubting doubts about the Squishosaur
Were the reports of soft tissue in T. rex bones all wrong? Is it time to discard this powerful-seeming evidence? Not yet, it seems.
by Carl Wieland
Turtles
These uniquely designed creatures continue to defy evolutionary explanation …
by Paula Weston
Speech, music—and Neandertals
Humans turn out to have a remarkable ability that is not needed for survival. But it is useful in praising the Creator …
by Carl Wieland
Amber needed water (and lots of it)
New research reveals a clue as to how aquatic organisms (e.g. barnacles, clams) became entombed in amber.
by David Catchpoole
Message in a bottle
A bottle encased in solid rock proves fossils don’t require millions of years.
by Tas Walker