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Our world, and our universe, seem remarkably fine-tuned. But in fact, they are too fine-tuned, many physicists now think.
A study by anthropologists with a different version of mankind’s evolutionary history threatens to return them to the arena to settle their differences.
West Nile virus: brought to you by public enemy number one
Does a peek “into the minds of birds” provide a peek into the origin of ours?
Evolving people? . . . Or just natural selection in action? Researchers suspect the long presence of cholera has been recorded in the human genome.
Archaeologists uncover evidence of early cultivation and crop storage throughout the Fertile Crescent.
Where do fleas come from? From other fleas. But evolutionists have had a hard time constructing their history of the flea.
What can pink shower scum tell us about the origin of the giraffe’s long neck?
Flexible feet supposedly link humans with ape-like ancestors.
Sturgeon, thought to exist in only around 29 species worldwide, have long been considered living fossils.
Feathers are ruffled because the newest candidate for the first bird upsets the currently popular claim that Archaeopteryx was not a bird at all.
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