Australopithecus sediba: The Hype-Cycle Starts Again

It’s only after a supposed “transitional fossil” is discovered that evolutionists feel comfortable admitting to such “gaps” in the fossil record. This makes you wonder: what gaps exist right now that we aren’t being told about?

“Hype and Over-Interpretation” Causing Family Feud Over New Hominid Fossil (Updated)

Long ago a wise king solved an interfamily dispute with a simple solution: split the baby. Now paleoanthropologists are fighting–with little resolution in sight–about how to interpret newly discovered hominid fossils, which comprise about 130 bones from multiple individuals. Focused on a single juvenile specimen, the debate is over whether the fossils represent human evolutionary ancestors, just a new species that split off and went extinct, or another previously known species of little significance to human evolution. While many news articles are touting the fossil as a human ancestor or even a “missing link” (see, for example, AOL news or the London Telegraph), what’s encouraging is a couple sources in the mainstream media (though just a couple) are functioning like Read More ›