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Another evolutionary flap, Rip van Microbe, lessons from XO-3b, and more!
Last week we reported on a solid scientific study that dismissed dinosaur-to-bird evolution. Of course, some researchers have yet to catch on.
After tens of thousands of years trapped in ice, an ancient species “wakes up.” Is it science news or the plot of a low-budget movie?
A planet with a “steeply tilted” orbit—will it help refine theories of planetary formation or reveal their flaws?
Chimpanzees, dolphins, crows: out o’ the way! There’s a new “genius animal” in the spotlight.
Stickleback fish have been featured in News to Note before: on May 24 and September 6 of last year, along with a brief mention this past February. Each of those times the stickleback were allegedly providing an example of “evolution.”
Just a few weeks after the Creation Museum’s second anniversary, the BBC asks, “So who goes to America’s biggest and best attended creationist museum and why?” (We could have answered, but they didn’t ask us!)
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