Tag: Natural History Museum
Fossil Friday: Evolutionary Stasis in Fossil Damselflies Challenges Darwinism
In the hard sciences such explanations that can explain everything and rule out no possible observations are usually considered empirically empty and worthless.
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: Desmostylia, and the Problem of Horizontal Tooth Displacement
Nature appears to be deceptive. Are Darwinists bothered by such problems? Not at all.
Fossil Friday: Sahelanthropus, to Be or Not to Be Bipedal
On the morning of July 19, 2001, French scientist Alain Beauvilain and three Chadian colleagues discovered a fossil cranium in the dunes of the Sahara Desert.
Fossil Friday: Unknown Cicada from the Cretaceous
Only the infusion of new information from outside the system can explain these bursts of biological creativity.