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Why don’t we live as long as Methuselah?
Modern science is catching up with what the Bible tells us about people living for hundreds of years.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Neutral Model, genetic drift and the Third Way—a synopsis of the self-inflicted demise of the evolutionary paradigm
Neo-Darwinism, Neutral evolution, and the 'Extended Evolutionary Synthesis' cannot avoid the multilayered complexity of the genome and cell.
by Jeffrey P Tomkins and Jerry Bergman
Antibiotic resistance: Evolution in action?
Why are man-made pills increasingly ineffective in the battle against infections?
by Don Batten
Evolutionists disagree on how evolution happens
There is more than one view among evolutionary researchers on how new biological structures arise.
by Shaun Doyle
Mutant plastic-munching enzyme does not support evolution
New plastic-munching Ideonella sakaiensis bacterium was intelligently engineered, not randomly evolved.
by Ari Takku
Nebraskan deer mice—evolution’s latest ‘icon’?
A colour mutation that camouflages deer mice against a sandy background is a great example of natural selection.
by David Catchpoole
The mutant ‘feather-duster’ budgie
A genetic copying mistake hampered this bird’s development and limited its lifespan.
by Andrew Lamb
How many lives do cats have?
It’s true that cats have an uncanny ability to land on their feet. But that doesn’t make them invulnerable.
by David Catchpoole
The scientific case against evolution
How do evolutionists construct their scientific case for evolution? How can the creationist respond in scientific terms?
by Shaun Doyle
The evolution train’s a-comin’
Evolution would require new genetic information, but only loss of genetic information is observed
by Carl Wieland
Why the elephant is losing its tusks (and it’s not evolution!)
Why the elephant is losing its tusks (and it’s not evolution!)
by David Catchpoole
Beneficial mutations: real or imaginary?—part 2
Beneficial mutations are real but they produce nothing new, only triggering into action the built-in modes of variation.
by Alex Williams