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Superbugs from India, constructive comets, rare snapshots, countering creationists, and brainy bowerbirds in this week’s News to Note.
A new strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has arrived in America from travelers to South Asia.
Could the destructive impact of a comet construct life on earth?
New varieties of ancient fossils in the Cambrian rocks cast more doubt on the evolutionary model of complex species evolving slowly over time.
Evolutionist recommends intimidating teachers and students who do not fall in line with evolutionary dogma.
Before the discovery of bowerbirds’ optical effects, only humans were known to design optical illusions. But does the bowerbird possess an artistic sense like humans?
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