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The evolutionary model for the speed of human evolution is influenced by the anthropological timeline of humankind covering the earth over the past hundred millennia, as opposed to the creationist model of humans covering the earth in the past few thousand years since the flood of Noah.
A trail of tiny tracks in Uruguay’s Tacuarí Formation has evolutionary pundits scratching their heads to sort out the rate of evolution of early complex life-forms. Two geologists have traced the trails left by a slug-like creature back to a time before such bilaterally symmetrical creatures should have been crawling around.
Molecular clock calculations are based on mutation rates estimated by comparing human, chimpanzee, and orangutan genomic differences. However, superimposing ape genomic data upon a hypothetical and unverifiable history for humans does not actually demonstrate anything about human history.
Does the Cambrian explosion mark the beginning of the catastrophic global Flood or the beginning of vertebrate evolution?
Crazy-looking fossil’s evolutionary descendants are crawling around in the tropics, evolutionists say.
The earliest animals, not plants, promoted oxygenation of the oceans, scientists say.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what’s the fishiest fable of them all?
Expanding underwater territory claimed as key to the Cambrian conundrum.
Recalibration of molecular clock marches ape-human divergence back to encompass a greater evolutionary ancestral family.
Tiny tracks trouble evolutionary rate.
Jurassic spark part two: the chick-a-gator
A spate of recent genomic changes is responsible for today’s variance in human skin color, stature, and other traits, reports ScienceNOW on new research published in Nature Genetics.
Primatologist Robin Crompton of the University of Liverpool and graduate student Susannah Thrope are rekindling a “30-year-old hypothesis that upright walking first evolved in the trees.”
Evolutionary researchers debate when, exactly, color-vision "evolved" in apes.
Recent evolutionary research direcltly contradicts prior research.
Researchers claim they have pushed back the appearance of arthropods on land by 40 million years within the uniformitarian timescale.