I've recently begun a series on the various geochemical clocks that can be used to calculate the age of the earth. The reason I have been doing this ties back to my recent article on worldview. Many people convert to the evolutionary worldview after seeing what they understand as proof that the earth is millions of years … Continue reading Geochemical Clocks: Sea Salt
I got a little bored the other night and decided to go looking for an example of a beneficial mutation that evolutionists rely on so much. I've addressed some of these before in my Tetrachromatic Vision , Microbes and Antibiotics , and ApoA-1 Milano articles but I figured I should see if they have come up with any new ideas. I … Continue reading Beneficial Mutation: HIV Resistance?
Evolutionists love cladistics. They use it for every kind of creature imaginable in an attempt to trace the lineage back to a common ancestor. Even some creationists have gotten in on the act, stealing from cladistics to create statistical baraminology, which attempts to determine which creatures are of the same kinds. Usually, this is performed … Continue reading The problem with Cladistics
I don't know of many people who view spiders as anything other than creepy. There is a small subset of people who find them cute, but ask any woman who has found on in her bathroom and I can almost guarantee they will view them as a nuisance at best and terrifying at worst. Yet … Continue reading Spiders: Very Good?