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This article brings a study of African mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) differences and discussed how it supports the young earth creation model.
These results underscore the biblical model of human origins and simultaneously undercut the validity of the evolutionary out-of-Africa model.PDF Download
The mechanism of speciation remains one of the most contested scientific questions among both evolutionists and creationists.PDF Download
The young-earth creation model currently lacks a robust explanation for molecular diversity.PDF Download
When evolutionary scientists speak of “mitochondrial Eve,” they may be referencing the biblical Eve, but the woman they have in mind isn’t quite the same.
New research published in the American Journal of Human Genetics purports to describe how humankind diverged, then nearly went extinct, and then finally reunited more than 50,000 years ago—at least, that’s the hypothesis. Associated Press and BBC News articles also take a look at different aspects of the epic chapter of human history supposedly uncovered by the study.
Coprolites found in a cave in Oregon may confirm that all the original inhabitants of the Americas came from East Asia.
Nearly all Native Americans—including those in North, Central, and South America—have descended (in part) from just six women, says a new DNA study published this week in PLoS One.
Research confirms it: all humans alive today can be traced back to the same small group of people.
Striving to understand the world apart from the true history found in the Bible, evolutionists have devised varying ideas about where and when ‘modern’ humans originated.