Tag Archives: Haeckel

What Does the Fact That We Share the Same Diseases with Neanderthals Mean?

In its February 12, 2016, issue, Science magazine published the results of a new study conducted at Vanderbilt University, USA. Although at first sight the article appeared to be about inherited diseases, the title, “The phenotypic legacy of admixture between modern humans and Neanderthals,” showed that it contained evolutionist propaganda. John A. Capra, a geneticist from Vanderbilt University who headed …

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Response to the Huffington Post: Evolution as well as creation should be taught in schools

An article by Jaless Rehman was published on the world renowned Huffington Post web site on 1 January, 2011. In that piece, Rehman referred to the influence and importance of the works of the globally esteemed author Mr. Adnan Oktar. In that article, Rehman speaks of the power of Mr. Oktar’s effective and scientific campaign against Darwinism and mentions the …

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Darwinists: “We Apologize Once Again, We Were Also Mistaken About Ardi”

Darwinists have had to keep apologizing for the last 150 years; “sorry, that was a hoax,” they said, “our mistake, it was a pig tooth, not a human one,” they said, “sorry about that, the moths were deliberately stuck onto the trees,” “the skull had been planed down,” “feathers had been stuck onto the dinosaur by hand,” “it appears that …

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Haeckel’s Embryo Drawings Are Fraudulent

In his 1868 book Natürliche Schöpfungsgeschichte (The History of Natural Creation) Ernst Haeckel suggested that he had made various comparisons using human, monkey and dog embryos. The drawings he produced consisted of nearly identical embryos. On the basis of these drawings, Haeckel then suggested that the life forms involved had common origins.   But the true state of affairs was very …

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