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Algae Asphyxiates Evolution Principle

In The Origin of Species, Charles Darwin cast his theory of evolution centered on a “struggle for life” principle – coined as the “war of nature” or the “survival of the fittest” in 1859.  This principle is presented in the complete title of his legionary book – On the Origin of Species by Means of […]

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Giant Speculations

I recently watched Jack the Giant Slayer, and it reminded me of an idea I had wanted to explore but never got around to. The film is based on the fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk. In this well known story, the giant lives in a land that is somewhere between heaven and earth. When Jack […]

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The European Eel, Darwin Wrong

The European eel illustrates exactly why Charles Darwin theory of evolution has continued to be on the wrong side of science. Darwin once argued that “By the theory of natural selection, all living species have been connected… So that the number of intermediate and transitional links, between all living and extinct species, must have been […]

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New Research Confirms Designer

GIANT CLAMS TRANSFORM LIGHT FOR ALGAE According to reports in ScienceDaily and Journal of The Royal Society Interface, giant clams live in shallow tropical seas, and are noted for their brilliantly colored mantles which contain algae (single celled plants). This is a symbiotic relationship that seemed to be more advantageous to the clam, as the algae […]

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Mutation + Selection = Stasis

Mutation + Selection = Stasis

The genetic mutation plus natural selection equation emerged as the most popular theory of biological evolution during the twentieth century. With advances in biotechnology, however, the credibility of this theory – popularly known as neo-Darwinism or the Modern Synthesis theory – has since been increasingly challenged by evolutionary scientists. In an experimental evolution model using […]

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Darwin Missed the Obvious

Plucked to Extinction In The Origin of Species, “extinction and natural selection,” Charles Darwin argued, “go hand in hand.” Extinction, however, was a relatively new concept – only emerging in revolutionary France in the early nineteenth century. While pigeon-holed in his library after the HMS Beagle voyage, Darwin conveniently overlooked one of the largest extinction […]

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New Reptile Fossil Stuns Evolution Paradigm

New fossil discovery in China stuns Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution acting through “slight successive changes.” An international team led by geologist Ryosuke Motani from the University of California at Davis published a paper in PLOS journal earlier this month on new evidence that foils previous evolution paradigms. Bordering on the Yangtze River in the eastern China just north of Chaohu City, Motani’s team discovered […]

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