Fossil Friday: Golden Moles and the Abrupt Origin of Afrosoricida
Should we draw any conclusions from such consistent empirical failures of a theory?
Fossil Friday: Fossil Elephant Shrews and the Abrupt Origin of Macroscelidea
Elephant shrews are sometimes considered to be living fossils, and their origin is believed to go back 57.5 million years in the Paleocene.
Fossil Friday: The Temporal Paradox of Early Birds
Wherever you look in the fossil record you stumble upon problems for the Darwinian story and evidence that is better explained by intelligent design.
Dandelions, Darwin’s Bark Spider, and More: No Shortage of Biological Wonders
Those of us who find purpose in biology instead of random tinkering will not run out of material to get excited about any time soon.
In His Latest Review of Behe’s Darwin Devolves, Nathan Lents Misses the Forest for the Trees
Evolutionists now increasingly believe that major adaptations are driven by neutral mutations.