Amber Ammonite

Amber Ammonite

A paper published in February 2019 is attracting some attention in the origins debate. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the paper discusses an incredibly rare and unexpected fossil find. More specifically, this paper describes a fossil ammonite which is trapped in amber. This find is somewhat troubling to evolutionary dogma, but, … Continue reading Amber Ammonite

RESEARCH ARTICLE: Power of Natural Selection

RESEARCH ARTICLE: Power of Natural Selection

Natural selection is a concept that has been around since at least the early 1800s when creationist Edward Blyth proposed a form of the idea. Blyth observed what he called “acquired variations” which, to his mind were “gradually brought about by the operation of known causes.[1]” Blyth first published this in 1835, nearly twenty-five years … Continue reading RESEARCH ARTICLE: Power of Natural Selection