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The magic of “gradual change,” Survivorman, Birkat Hachama and a recent creation, and more!
Can evolutionists rescue their own model of bird origins?
Evolutionists are pointing to another gap in the dino–bird evolution model. Robert Nudds of the University of Manchester and Gareth Dyke of University College Dublin “point to the obvious but hitherto overlooked fact that modern birds don’t offer many clues about how they arrived at their current state of aerial prowess,” PhysOrg reports.
Stone blades from more than 500,000 years ago: the work of an alleged human ancestor or someone playing Survivorman?
People around the world celebrated a recent, literal creation this week.
Jews observed Birkat Hachama, the Sun Blessing, as the sun returned to where “it was, Jewish tradition says, when God created the world thousands of years ago,” BBC News reports.
In February we noted a Der Spiegel article on European creationists (which followed a Guardian article that covered British creationists). Now English-language German paper The Local focuses on Bible believers in that country.
In the ongoing war over Texas school science standards, the age of the universe is the next battleground.
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