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Did human feet in ancient time walk upon England’s river shore?
Setting the molecular clock to ring for “Adam” is creating controversy among geneticists.
“There is a book . . .” Ken Ham reminded Nye at the recent debate, and the Bible’s history is history we can trust.
This very title promotes a misconception that the debate should clarify for many.
Hand fit for a human found surprisingly deep in the fossil record.
Bright baboons know nutritional needs of “Nutcracker Man” were no problem.
Teeth and tarsals build an arboreal Belgian beast said to be the ancestor of cats, canines, and bears.
Flowers deep in the fossil record are just as advanced as flowers today.
Are inherited fears mere fodder for novels, or is there some basis for them in science?
Neanderthal toe and Denisovan finger trace humanity’s genetic footprint near and far.
The paleontologist who found the crested duck-billed dinosaur was correct that preservation of soft tissue demands special conditions: rapid burial.
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