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Responding to supposed refutations of genetic entropy from the ‘experts’
Evolutionist scientists on Dr Swamidass’ blog try their hands at refuting Genetic Entropy!
by Paul Price, Robert Carter, John Sanford
A 'genealogical' Adam and Eve?
A new model that claims Adam and Eve can be the genealogical ancestors, but not the genetic ancestors, of all people alive today, after people evolved from apes, fails all biblical tests.
by Robert Carter and John Sanford
Transposon amplification in rapid intrabaraminic diversification
A mechanism for rapid post-Flood diversification of baramins
by Evan Loo Shan
How reliable are genomes from ancient DNA?
When researchers assume fossils with DNA are a certain age, they are faced with the glaring contradiction that basic chemistry means DNA should not be present. 
by Brian Thomas and Jeffrey Tomkins
Taking a crack at the Neandertal mitochondrial genome
A full-length stretch of DNA from a Neandertal mitochondrion has been sequenced. Some are using it to allege that it came from a different species to modern humans. But is that deduction justified?
by Robert Carter
The human genome is amazingly complex
The genome is not simple. It is a hyper-sophisticated information processing system that cannot be explained by the Darwinian descent-with-modification idea.
by Robert Carter
Effective population sizes and loss of diversity during the Flood bottleneck
How much genetic diversity did humanity lose because of Noah’s Flood?
by Robert W. Carter
Reversible autopoiesis—a foundational design principle for life’s survival
Because cells have the ability to adapt to certain stresses, such as a lack of food, they must have been functioning that way from the start.
by Alex Williams
Irreducible complexity: some candid admissions by evolutionists
Some evolutionists acknowledge that it is a very serious problem for evolutionary theory
by John Woodmorappe
More evidence for the reality of genetic entropy—update
Did the 1918 Spanish Flu virus really go extinct, as genetic entropy predicted?
by Robert W. Carter
Were stem cell-like organisms the first forms of life?
Stem cell-like ancestors of sponges only make early life more complex, and the probability of evolution less likely.
by Matthew Cserhati
Species were designed to change, part 2
Where do species come from? How much change is allowed? If species change, what separates creation from evolution?
by Robert Carter