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Historical records corroborate frozen testimony that unravels the riddle of the Little Ice Age.
Flower evolution has long been assigned to the Early Cretaceous period. Did Triassic dinosaurs wake up and smell the roses?
New methodology may help combat what some consider a modern evolutionary nightmare.
Radiocarbon dating adds to evidence that Egyptian antiquity was not quite so very ancient.
The inventory of life’s building blocks in space rocks rises.
Surprising number of genomic “echoes” are associated with biological sonar in dolphins and bats.
While Curiosity continues to search for signs of life on Mars, eager earth-bound evolutionary scientists are out-sourcing the origin of life off-world.
Like modern rodents, “primitive” multituberculates were already fully equipped to go anywhere and eat anything.
Family’s desire to educate their children ends in forcible abduction of the children by the state.
Ongoing excavation uncovers a fourth Triceratops in Cretaceous dig.
Gluttonous bacteria on the fast track compete with biofilm-makers boldly going where bacteria haven’t gone before.
The magical model that creates cyclic ice ages from practically nothing
Primordial proteins or common designs?
A literate foundation for ancient Jerusalem
Mitochondrial Eve finally meets Y-chromosome Adam (sort of).
Evolutionists say birds evolved from dinosaurs with flight-ready brains.
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