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Antique protein, racing to a conclusion, the latest animal virus, and more!
An incredible discovery that shocked the “millions of years” camp is back—with further verification.
Ten years ago, anyone—scientist or otherwise—claiming to have discovered soft (i.e., unfossilized) dinosaur tissue would have been ridiculed and dismissed by the scientific community as a quack or a young-earth creationist. Yet within the last decade have come two such crushing blows to the idea that dinosaurs died out some 65 million years ago.
Africa may be the most genetically diverse place on earth. Is that evidence of evolutionary origins?
Evolutionists have long called Africa the “cradle of humanity,” a reference to several supposed apeman fossils found on the continent. Now, the largest genetic study ever undertaken on Africa reveals the extent of genetic diversity there.
An “evolving” virus is in the news again—but this time, skunks and foxes are at the center, not swine.
An element of nature “designed”—a slip-up or a rare admission?
“Sea urchin digging teeth are designed to stay sharp,” begins a news release from the Weizmann Institute of Science.
The mock-up represents the “earliest known modern European,” supposedly 35,000 years old—yet he looks just like what creationists would suggest.
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