Author: Günter Bechly
Darwin’s Point: No Evidence for Common Ancestry of Humans with Monkeys
The bump was originally discovered by the celebrated British sculptor Thomas Woolner, who informed Charles Darwin about it.
With Two New Fossils, Evolutionists Rewrite Narratives to Accommodate Conflicting Evidence
Dubious procedures like these would be unthinkable in other natural sciences, such as physics.
Fossil Footprints from Crete Deepen Controversy on Human Origins
It looks like 2017 could become some kind of genuine annus horribilis for the established scientific consensus on human evolution.
Research on Ancient DNA Could Test Predictions of Non-Darwinian Speciation Models
Independent groups of researchers (e.g., Hössjer et al. 2016), more or less skeptical of common ancestry, have suggested the alternative model of initial heterozygotic diversity.
Could This Be the Oldest Evidence Yet for Multicellular Eukaryotes?
Not least when it comes to evolutionary biology, science and science reporting could do with more skepticism.