Some of you may remember the extensive series we did at the end of last year and into this year on baraminology methods and proposing our own model, the enhanced cognitum model. One of the tenets of the model is that, in the absence of hybridization information, the morphology of the organism should be the … Continue reading Enhanced Cognitum Supported by Evidence
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There has been much ado recently about a study whose results have not even been published yet. This is rare. Usually the media does not report on a study until it is published and, even then, not all studies are picked up by the media. However, this study, and, more importantly, its implications, that have … Continue reading Human/Animal Chimeras
The family Monodontidae is a small family of whales containing just two species. Both are well known, the narwhal and the beluga whales. Members of infraorder Ceteacea, these whales have recently been demonstrated to hybridize.1 This hybrid, termed a "narluga" by Dr. Georgia Purdom of Answers in Genesis, answers some baraminological questions. demonstrates conclusively that … Continue reading Baraminology of Monodontidae
A frequent rallying cry of the homosexual community is that they cannot help it, they were born gay. Even among self-proclaimed Christians, this has been used to promote the idea that Christians can be gay. Because this is a major feature of popular culture, numerous scientific studies have been done to look for a so-called … Continue reading Gay Genes?