Tag Archives: New Scientist

The Evolutionist Tale Which Claims That “Blenny Fish Are Going Through Evolutionary Process”

Last March, many scientific websites, the New Scientist website in particular, published articles regarding the Blenny Fish (Alticus arnoldorum). The articles featured a study carried out by Terry Ord, a researcher from New South Wales University in Australia, and his colleagues on this fish species. According to the research, these fish species are found swimming in rock pools around Rarotonga …

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New Scientist and BBC News’ Lies about Birth with Cesarean Section

During the past month, articles appeared in several national and international news outlets, mainly the New Scientist, BBC News and the Independent, claiming that “cesarean section changed the alleged evolutionary process of birth”. An article published on October 26, 2016 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science was used as reference to these claims. The topic of the …

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Virus Evolution Errors In New Scientist Magazine

In its 27 August, 2008, edition the magazine carried an article by Gary Hamilton containing speculation about the role of viruses in so-called evolution. Titled “Viruses: Unsung Heroes of Evolution,” the article noted the grave dilemma that complexity poses for the theory of evolution. The following questions at the very beginning of the article are an indication of this:  “How …

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The Dinosaur Evolution Error in New Scientist

A report titled “Dinosaur evolutionary tree unveiled” appeared on the New Scientist.com web site on 23 July, 2008. Written by Colin Barras, the article dealt with a taxonomic study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.[i]   In the research in question a team led by Graeme Lloyd from Bristol University in Great Britain examined the taxonomic …

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