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Herero genocide
German settlers, feeding on ideas of evolutionary superiority, perpetrated genocide on the noble Herero people of Namibia.
by Marc Ambler
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
Beneficial mutations: real or imaginary?—part 1
As a result of studies of the human genome, mutations are being classified into just two categories—‘deleterious’ and ‘functional’.
by Alex Williams
Mistakes about mistakes
Do common mutations found in humans and apes prove evolution?
by Dominic Statham
DNA repair mechanisms ‘shout’ creation
The 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry highlights that DNA would be useless without the repair mechanisms to preserve it.
by Don Batten
Serial cell differentiation: intricate system of design
The process of cell division is so complicated and selective that evolutionists can’t adequately explain its origin.
by Shaun Doyle
Archer fish use advanced hydrodynamics
Archer fish exploits two independent hydrodynamic properties to shoot down prey with powerful water jet.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Human genome decay and the origin of life
Observed mutational decay in the human genome provides clues to the origin of life.
by Alex Williams
Epigenetics—an epic challenge to evolution
Research indicates that many outward characteristics of organisms may be the result of ‘switching on’ of existing genes in response to the environment.
by Marc Ambler
Unravelling the knotty khipu code
Who would have ever thought of storing information on segments of threaded strands according to a certain code? The Incas did—and they weren’t the first.
by David Catchpoole
The myth of 1%
It has become dogma that human and chimp DNA is ‘only’ 1% different, but this is very, very wrong.
by Don Batten
Intelligent Ink?
by Michael G Matthews