Evolutionary anthropologists will have to drastically revise the timeline of the first human arrivals in North America.
For my part, I think it’s better to approach the data without assumptions and to let the evidence speak for itself.
In the past we’ve covered proposals from evolutionists that monkeys rafted across oceans. Why would anyone make such an outlandish proposal?
Evolutionists love to boast about the predictive power of their theory.
The orderly pattern of biogeographic distribution of plants and animals was one of the lines of evidence that Charles Darwin mentioned in support of his theory.