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Environment Trumps Mutations in Madagascar Carp

Cyprinus carpio. Image courtesy of Alexander Francis Lydon, public domain. Joel Kontinen If Darwinists insist on describing the changes occurring in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) as evolution, then it certainly is not of the Darwinian varie...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 27, 2016

Environment Trumps Mutations in Madagascar Carps

Cyprinus carpio. Image courtesy of Alexander Francis Lydon, public domain. Joel Kontinen If Darwinists insist on describing the changes occurring in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) as evolution, then it certainly is not of the Darwinian varie...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 27, 2016

Car Evolution: Gross Misuse of the E-Word

This museum specimen did not evolve through a Darwinian pathway. Joel Kontinen An article recently posted in the UCLA Newsroom suggests that we can use evolution to explain “the ‘births’ and ‘deaths’ of every American-made car and tru...
by Joel Kontinen on Jul 2, 2016

Peppered Moths Making News Again – But They Aren’t Evolving

The dark variety of the Peppered moth. Image courtesy of Olaf Leillinger, Creative Commons (CC-BY-SA-2.5). Joel Kontinen The peppered moth (Biston betularia) is one of the most famous icons of evolution that Darwinists have treasured since the...
by Joel Kontinen on Jun 2, 2016

Evolution: The Best Designer Of All Time?

Evolution did not produce this dog, but humans did change it a bit – through artificial selection, also known as animal breeding. Joel Kontinen "Evolution, to me, is the best designer of all time,” says Frances Arnold, Professor of Che...
by Joel Kontinen on May 27, 2016

Humans Are “Evolving” in Britain – But It’s Not the Darwinian Variety of Change

Modern Brits in old battle gear. Image courtesy of David Friel, Creative Commons (CC BY 2.0). Joel Kontinen Evolution in action is a catchphrase that Darwinists use when they think that they can see small changes within one and the same species...
by Joel Kontinen on May 23, 2016

GENETIC RESEARCH - Unlocking Mutations

"How genetic sequencing can unlock secret DNA mutations — and save lives" PBS NewsHour 5/13/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Every year, thousands of young people who seemed otherwise healthy die suddenly.  The reason sometimes is long-rooted, secret...
by Mage Soapbox on May 16, 2016

More Problems for Darwinism: Royal Society Set to Re-Examine Evolution

The entrance to the Royal Society. Image courtesy of Tom Morris, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0). Joel Kontinen 50 years ago, evolution was in big trouble. Mathematically, it just didn’t add up. A group of prominent scientists met at Wistar...
by Joel Kontinen on Apr 25, 2016

M0re Problems for Darwinism: Royal Society Set to Re-Examine Evolution

The entrance to the Royal Society. Image courtesy of Tom Morris, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0) . Joel Kontinen 50 years ago, evolution was in big trouble. Mathematically, it just didn’t add up. A group of prominent scientists met at Wistar...
by Joel Kontinen on Apr 25, 2016

Thank Evolution for Our Finely Tuned Internal Clock?

Evolutions makes us - and dogs - drowsy in the early afternoon? Joel Kontinen In a report on the pros and mostly cons of the Spanish siesta, the BBC invokes evolution as the ultimate explanation: “Millions of years of evolution have given our b...
by Joel Kontinen on Apr 9, 2016

”Smart Evolution” Learns, New Scientist Claims

New Scientist attempts to see the feather as a product of smart evolution. Joel Kontinen New Scientist introduces an article on smart evolution with words that remind us of design: “A FEATHER isn’t just pretty: it’s pretty useful. Strong,...
by Joel Kontinen on Mar 30, 2016

Darwinian Mechanisms Cannot Improve a Fruit Fly, Study Suggests

Drosophila melanogaster. Image courtesy of André Karwath, Creative Commons (CC BY-SA 2.5). Joel Kontinen Researchers tested whether they could design a fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) that would be better than the amazing design we see i...
by Joel Kontinen on Mar 8, 2016

Darwin Day Is Coming: And Richard Dawkins Would Call Evolution Fact

The BBC reminds listeners (and readers) that Darwin Day is just around the corner. Joel Kontinen Richard Dawkins has recently made more headlines by tweeting and re-tweeting questionable content than by anything even remotely resembling science.
by Joel Kontinen on Feb 11, 2016

Epigenetics: Big Challenge for Orthodox Darwinism

Guinea pigs don’t bother much about Darwinism. Image courtesy of Laniik, public domain. Joel Kontinen For decades, evolutionists attempted to explain virtually everything in the animal kingdom as a result of natural selection acting on random...
by Joel Kontinen on Jan 30, 2016

Two-Thirds of Cancers Occur Due to “Bad Luck”

Can we prevent most cancer from happening with simple lifestyle changes, or do our genes play a overwhelming role in whether or not we get cancer? A recent study from the organization Cancer Research UK uncovered that more than four in 10 cancers cou...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 3, 2015

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by Funny Pictures on Nov 15, 2014

The dead zone

Our world faces a crisis as yet unperceived by those possessing power to make great decisions for good or evil. The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking and we thus drift toward unparalleled catastrophe.    ...
by Go For Knowledge on Jun 13, 2014

Astra Zeneca Expects 75 Percent Revenue Growth by 2023

AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot says that the company is on board for making $45 billion in revenue by 2023, which is 75 percent higher than 2013 sales. The reason for... Read More The post Astra Zeneca Expects 75 Percent Revenue Growth by 20...
by Zintro Blog on Jun 4, 2014

Bizarre Animal Creatures That Actually Exist (Part 2)

Inspired by our dear readers, who spend everyday time to read things we love writing about, we decided to make a second part of this special article. A follow-up to the strangest and most horrifying animals that dwell on Earth you have never seen. It...
by Cat in water on Feb 12, 2014

Politically incorrect and in bad taste: Was this baby born in Fukushima? (Video)

Has anyone ever wondered how the baby in this commercial grew so big? It may be politically incorrect, insensitive and in extremely bad taste to ask but could he have been born in Fukushima?But seriously, no one in the world knows the true potential...
by The Political Commentator on Jan 12, 2014


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