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Is the RubisCO enzyme an ineffective leftover of evolution?
Some evolutionists claim that the RubisCO enzyme is an evolutionary leftover, but when we look at the details it is obviously a design element!
by Matthew Cserhati
Shrews eating peppers
Another example of a natural selection favouring an information-losing mutation, which is the opposite to that required for goo-to-you evolution.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Do koalas prove that humans got part of their DNA from viruses?
Koalavirus likely not example of invasive genetic element but rather part of the genome’s overall design.
by Matthew Cserhati
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
The genetic effects of the population bottleneck associated with the Genesis Flood
Is human genetic diversity consistent with Noah's Flood?
by Robert Carter
What would count as ‘new information’ in genetics?
Let’s explore the answer to a common skeptical question about ‘new information’ in genetics.
by Paul Price, Robert Carter
Unnatural selection
Genetic engineering is no longer in the realm of science fiction. We review a Netflix series called Unnatural Selection and discuss the implications of the CRISPR-Cas9 technology.
by Robert Carter and Scott Gillis
Blue eyes mutation
Many people of European descent have less melanin in their eyes, and it’s got nothing to do with evolution
by David Catchpoole and Robert Carter
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
The surprising ‘belwhal’
DNA reveals beluga-narwhal hybrid
by Phil Robinson
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
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