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The colorful history of the domestic cat, filled in by the latest paleogenetic study, illustrates many fun facts that are consistent with biblical truth.
Detailed images of a newly discovered species of hell ant—extinct ants with scythe-like jaws—in Burmese amber may hold the answer to how they ate.
News to Know covered many topics in 2014, but, really, there’s nothing new under the sun when it comes to countering evolutionist claims.
Biting opened the way for biodiversity, evolutionists say.
Did your cat evolve to like you?
Evolutionists declare stickier toes reveal the path up the evolutionary tree.
Did ancient ichthyosaurs march from land to sea in Triassic China?
A physicist and an astrobiologist team up to explain to medical doctors how knowledge of evolution holds the key to curing cancer.
Ancient microfossils have supposedly solved the evolutionary enigma of the Cambrian Explosion.
Carpenter ant colonies evade zombie apocalypse because only the climbing dead become weapons of mass dispersion.
Are autumn’s colors explained by the Yucatan impact crater?
Germophobes beware: a new study suggests that all adults have face mites. But did they follow us through evolutionary history?
Tiny technology—an environmentally matched biological cloaking device—hides shrimp in plain sight.
Human faces evolved to vary as much as Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, evolutionists say.
With mice and men, practice makes perfect, but a mouse with a man’s FOXp2 gene achieves perfection faster.
Did caffeine evolve again and again or did our Common Designer provide many plants with the genes to make it?
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