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Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, AiG–U.S., explains why a placenta is not a living creature.
Arkansas boldly steps out to snatch a victory for life from the jaws of Roe v. Wade.
What do honeybee waggles and birdsong have to do with human speech? An MIT linguist believes they demonstrate that human speech evolved as Darwin thought.
The Atlantic claims more and more homeschooling families embrace evolution and need books to teach it.
Camel humps may have been the key to Arctic survival for ancient camels.
Wildlife documentaries are too family friendly, complains UK academic.
The cover art of New Scientist describes a rather unpopular view of evolution that has been periodically proposed by some evolutionary scientists.
Some states have been able to protect through legislation the open discussion of controversial scientific topics, but others have been less successful.
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