Intact Starch Granules in "Ancient" Plant Fossil

Intact Starch Granules in "Ancient" Plant Fossil

by Jeffrey Tomkins and Timothy Clarey*


Fossils keep revealing biomolecules that should be completely deteriorated and disintegrated if they are millions of years old. Scientists have just discovered intact starch granules in plant tissues alleged to be 280 million years old.1

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Horned Dinosaurs Created as One Kind

Horned Dinosaurs Created as One Kind

A recent paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B may have inadvertently confirmed what the Bible revealed to us all along: Kinds only reproduce after their kinds.1

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Homo naledi Bones Not Ritually Buried

Homo naledi Bones Not Ritually Buried

Since Lee Berger and his team announced their discovery of Homo naledi,1 they have been claiming that the bones found in the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa, were deliberately disposed by living Homo naledi.2 While some objected to this interpretation,3-5 Berger’s team stuck with it and continued to promulgate the human-like behavior associated with purposeful burial.6

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Bajau Diver Study: Example of Circular Reasoning

Bajau Diver Study: Example of Circular Reasoning

Bajau divers of the Central Sulawesi peninsula in Indonesia are able to hold their breath and dive to amazing depths of over 200 feet using only rock weights and hand-made wooden goggles. Researchers recently compared the Bajaus’ spleen size to that of their neighbors and found the Bajaus’ are considerably larger, and that this increased size may extend the time divers can hold their breath.More...

Doolittle's Recycled Evolutionary Theory Is Old News

Doolittle

“What was old is new again” describes fashion cycles where young people today are wearing clothes and buying furniture styled after that of their grandparents. Evolutionary biology also has similar cycles, especially when it comes to “new” ideas that are constantly revising the ill-defined concept of natural selection. W. Ford Doolittle and S.More...

Scientists Marvel at Seaweed's Living Opals

Scientists Marvel at Seaweed

A common seaweed called rainbow wrack grows along Europe’s coasts, including tidal rock pools in the UK. Deep inside its cells, this marine plant uses oily chemicals to make opal look-alikes—“living opals.” This discovery intrigues nanotechnologists.


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Secular Scientists Admit Dinosaurs Appeared Abruptly

Secular Scientists Admit Dinosaurs Appeared Abruptly

ICR scientists have long pointed out that fossils, contrary to popular misperception, do not provide evidence for evolution, and a recent secular dinosaur study confirms this.1

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