Human Brain Shape Has Hardly Changed
The changes in human heads were not driven by a changing brain, researchers say. It was the human face that changed.
Biominerals Could Predict Life on Exoplanets
One-third of minerals — chemical solids whose atoms are highly ordered — are created directly or indirectly by life forms.
Brain Size Doesn’t Determine Intelligence
Brains are not simple, so many “just common sense” theories have fallen by the wayside.
Molecular Clocks Can’t Save Darwinists from the Cambrian Dilemma
To explain away the Cambrian explosion has been and remains a high priority for Darwinists.
Why Scientists Think There Could Be Life on Europa
Jupiter’s moon Europa, somewhat smaller than Earth’s moon, may have surface water and organic chemicals, researchers say.