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Dinosaur skull changes the face of tyrannosaurus expectations and leads to speculation about ancient Arctic animal populations.
Resistant rootworms can ravage corn if farmers put all their eggs in a genetically modified high-tech basket.
“Flower of the sea” is said to contain an evolutionary link between plants and animals.
Moby Dick’s ancient cousin was well-equipped with sonar for hunting and mapping the bottom of the sea.
Evolutionary experts assert finches should be “protected” from surviving through hybridization if it leads to un-speciation.
The earliest animals, not plants, promoted oxygenation of the oceans, scientists say.
Several scientists share their favorite examples of Bible-based predictions that led to demonstrably true scientific discoveries.
Previously thought of as something akin to a grunt, huh? qualifies as a bona fide word, linguists now say.
While the movie Son of God is not able to present all that Jesus did, its omissions distort the central purpose of Christ in coming into the world.
Brain imaging suggests dogs and humans are wired to respond to sounds the same way.
China’s Jurassic fossils get a new name.
Peru’s ancient Paracas people are being de-humanized by absurd assertions.
Rich new fossil bed promises to revolutionize evolutionary understanding of the Cambrian explosion.
Despite debate about the accuracy of the uranium “clocks” they contain, scientists say they’ve found a zircon with a confirmed age of 4.4 billion years.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what’s the fishiest fable of them all? Evolutionists say they have filled in the gaps in the origin of the human face.
Trace elements tell a tale of critically low oxygen that nearly turned out the lights on the evolution of complex life.
Previously shrouded in mystery, Tiktaalik’s pelvis supposedly sheds new light on the evolution of ambulatory hindquarters.
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