Author: Günter Bechly
Fossil Friday: Fake Amber and the Piltdown Fly
Such simple forgeries are commonly sold to tourists in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Eastern Europe, and Eastern Asia.
Fossil Friday: Florigerminis, Another Failed Candidate for a Jurassic Flowering Plant
You are in good company if you are as skeptical about these claims as I am myself.
Fossil Friday: The Complex Wing Folding of Earwigs
This highly complex mode of wing folding is one of the many examples of engineering marvels in insects that strongly suggest intelligent design.
Fossil Friday: Desmostylia, and the Problem of Horizontal Tooth Displacement
Nature appears to be deceptive. Are Darwinists bothered by such problems? Not at all.
Fossil Friday: Ludodactylus and the Origin of Pterosaurs
Outside of Darwinian fantasy land, we lack any transitional fossils to document an assumed gradual evolutionary development of characteristic pterosaur wings.