Balance: Bipeds Need It; Where Did It Come From?
“The calyx appeared,” says Dr. Rob Raphael. A more magical explanation could hardly be fabricated.
Peer-Reviewed Paper Shows Vertebrate Embryonic Variation Contradicts Common Ancestry
Evolutionary biologists often argue that vertebrate embryos develop in highly similar manners, reflecting their common ancestry.
Species Pairs: A New Challenge to Darwinists
I consider this simple argument as a final nail in the coffin of Darwinian unguided evolution.
“Darwin’s Finches”: Galápagos Islands as an Evolutionary Model
Taking the facts and arguments presented together, it appears to be clear that no macroevolution is happening in “Darwin’s finches.”
Examining Randy Isaac’s Critique of Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics
The standard evolutionary model is incapable of driving major transformations such as a fish evolving into an amphibian.