There Was Berra’s Blunder; Now Lieberman’s Lapse
Tim Berra thought evolution was like the diversification and progress seen in Corvette models. Now, another evolutionist makes an analogy for extinction.
Darwin’s Top 10 Arguments Against His Own Theory
In its youth the flat-fish is symmetrical with one eye on each side. However, as the body matures, one eye “begins to glide slowly round the head.”
Fossil Friday: The Abrupt Origin of Winged Insects
According to Darwinism, the evolution of such a system would have required a plethora of intermediate stages that brought this locomotory apparatus into being.
Günter Bechly: A Scientist’s Path from Atheism to Christian Theism
There are many stories of the evidence for intelligent design bringing individuals to a general belief in a cosmic designer.
Fossil Friday: Eurotamandua — Anteater or Not Even Close?
Darwinists have to appeal to the ad hoc hypothesis of convergent adaptation to similar lifestyles, which of course increases their problem.