When Darwin Came to Africa
Charles Darwin didn’t spend much time in Africa. But his poisonous ideas certainly did.
Monkeys, Not Humans, Likely Made Ancient Brazilian Tools
The stone objects, dated from 50,000 years ago, look like the ones made by capuchin monkeys today.
Fossil Friday: Miocene Aardvarks and the Abrupt Origin of Tubulidentata
So much about the congruence of anatomical and genetic similarity predicted by Darwin’s theory.
The Standard Story of Human Evolution: A Critical Look
Whatever Ardi was, everyone agrees the fossils was initially badly crushed and needed extensive reconstruction.
Darwinian Influences on the Alt-Right
The overlapping categories of neo-Nazis, white nationalists, and alt-right proponents regularly invoke Darwinism.