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Dinosaur Planet: Little Das Hunt

This documentary dealt with various dinosaur fossil fields in the North American continent, particularly the state of Montana. Fossils of various dinosaur species such as Tyrannosaurus rex and computer animations were shown and imaginary evolutionary relationships among them were constructed. These so-called family relationships have no scientific foundation, and rest merely on evolutionist preconceptions. These exist not in the paleontological …

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Studies to Synthesise Cell in the Laboratory Support Creation

An article called “Transitions from Nonliving to Living Matter” was published in the 13 February 2004 edition of Science magazine. 1 Written by Steen Rasmussen of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and his colleagues, the article dealt with theses regarding studies of artificial life forms discussed at two international workshops. It stated that a life form capable of synthesis in …

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The Widening Genetic Gap “The comprehensive analys is of the chimpanzee genome reveals a greater genetic difference from humans”

The chimpanzee joins the group of animals whose genomes have been deciphered by scientists. The data from the chimp genome was compared to its human counterpart by an international research consortium, whose studies have been published in Nature. (1) According to the findings of the consortium, humans shared many genes with chimpanzees, but there were very important differences as well. …

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The Tale Of The Evolution Of Endurance Running

A study published in Nature magazine examined the anatomical marvels of the human body that make endurance running possible.1 The article, co-written by the Harvard University anthropologist Daniel Lieberman and the University of Utah biologist Dennis M. Bramble, noted that human beings” ability to run long distances was far superior to that which had previously been assumed. The researchers described …

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The BBC Initiative To Resusciate The Myth Of Recapitulation

The waste bin of history is full of theories the invalidity of which has been realised in the face of scientific evidence and which have been disproved by a great many scientists. Scientific research is a process which constantly tests theories in the light of the evidence, and which thus progresses. The interesting thing, however, is that some scientists appear …

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A Tale Of “The History Of Evolution Of Mammals” On The BBC Turkish Site

A genome study dated December 1, 2004, was carried on the BBC’s Turkish website. The report, that began with evolutionary indoctrination under the title “DNA lens on the history of evolution,” described how American scientists had studied the genome structures of certain present-day mammals. Taking the data obtained from this research as its starting point, it contained claims regarding the …

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Another Blow To The Icons Of Evolution

Scientific examination performed on the reconstruction of the Archaeopteryx brain has revealed that the structure of that creature”s brain was no different to that of the brain structure of modern day birds, and that it possessed the necessary structural and neurological equipment to be able to fly. The study in question was carried out by an international team of experts …

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The Latest Ape Fossils And NTVMSNBC. COM’s Groundless Propaganda

A Spanish research team led by the palaeontologist Salvador Moyà-Solà introduced a fossil skeleton consisting of 83 bones in the 19 November 2004 issue of Science magazine. 1 The fossil, discovered near the Spanish village of Els Hostalets de Pierola, was given the name Pierolapithecus catalaunicus, after the region in which it was found. Its age was said to be …

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The Important Difference Between Human And Chimpanzee Chromosomes

The latest genomic comparison between human being and chimpanzee DNA has revealed that the differences between these two living things are more complex than had been expected. A study published in the latest edition of the British scientific journal Nature (1) compared the chimpanzee chromosome 22 with its equivalent, the chromosome 21 in humans. The study, performed by the International …

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National Geographic’s Darwin Error

The November edition of National Geographic magazine (NG) posed the question “Was Darwin Wrong?” on its front cover. Natural scientist David Quammen, author of the article by the same name, replied “No” to that question from his own perspective, and claimed that Darwin”s theory of evolution was today backed up by powerful scientific evidence. Quammen repeated the main claims from …

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The Error of Islamic Evolutionism

In its October 2-8 edition, the Turkish magazine Tempo published an article titled “Islam Accepts Darwin” as its cover story. That same article was also published in daily Hurriyet and on various Internet sites. Sabah columnist Emre Akoz cited the file as a reference in an article called “Islam Makes Peace with Darwin,” dated October 2. The report in Tempo …

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The Mysteries of Life and Evolutionist Errors in New Scientist

The mysteries of life and evolutionist errors in New Scientist New Scientist magazine published an article called “The Mysteries of Life” in its 4 September, 2004, edition. The article in question concentrated on the 10 most important questions that science has been unable to answer. However, the groundless evolutionist claims contained in the article were particularly striking. The claims in …

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An Evolutionist Fairy Tale About The Immune System

On 7 July 2004, the Nature magazine website carried a report titled “Immune systems evolved more than once.” The article, written by Laura Nelson, described how it had been discovered that the fish-like creatures called lampreys possessed a different immune system to that of mammals. Judging from the lamprey metabolism, which rejects skin grafts, scientists had previously calculated that these …

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Why the ‘Primitive Neanderthal’ Thesis is Invalid

Neanderthal man, or Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, takes its name from the region in which it was first discovered (the Neander valley near the German city of Dusseldorf in 1856). It had a receding forehead, an unobtrusive jaw and large nose. It is believed to have disappeared, for unknown reasons, some 30,000 years ago. Even though the fact that Neanderthals were …

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Hurriyet Bilim’s Vestigial Darwinism

Hurriyet Bilim, a supplement of the Turkish daily Hurriyet, used a long since discredited piece of Darwinist canard as the cover story for its June 12 edition. This canard in the article concerned, titled “18 Vestigial Organs in Our Bodies Set to Disappear.” The “vestigial organs” thesis, proposed by Darwin in the 19th century and further developed by later proponents …

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Time’s Claim of Evolution Regarding Obesity: An Unscientific Myth

Time magazine carried an article headed “How We Grew So Big” in its 7 June, 2004, edition. This article dealt with the subject of obesity, one of the main health issues facing present-day society, and offered information on such matters as obesity levels among various age groups, other health problems caused by obesity, and measures being taken against obesity by …

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The Four-Winged Bird Myth In The New Scientist

The 22 May 2004 issue of New Scientist magazine carried a report titled “Four-winged birds were first to take to the air.” The article concerned an investigation into the fossil Archaeopteryx by zoologist Per Christiansen of the University of Copenhagen. Christiansen reported the existence of objects resembling traces of feathers along the fossil’s back, around its legs and possibly on …

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The Fact About Giardia

Recent research into the intestinal parasite Giardia intestinalis has refuted the “missing link” role previously ascribed to the myth of the evolution of this organism”s eukaryotic cell. In contrast to what had previously been supposed, it has been revealed that there are mitochondrial genes and mitochondria-like sacs in Giardia. Evolutionists maintain that the eukaryotic cell evolved from the prokaryotic cell. …

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The Myth of Snake Evolution on NTVMSNBC.COM

A report dated 9 April 2004 on the NTVMSNBC.COM news portal, titled “The evolution of snakes began on land,” dealt with a genetic analysis performed by Blair Hedges, a Penn State biology professor, and the postdoctoral fellow Nicolas Vidal. In their research, to be published in the 7 May 2004 edition of the journal Biology Letters, Vidal and Hedges compared …

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The (Ignored) Debate On A Study On Neanderthal Tooth Development

New Scientist magazine carried a report titled “Neanderthals Had A Life Less Human” in its 1 May 2004 edition. The article reported on a claim about Neanderthal Man published in the British scientific magazine Nature. (1) The researchers Ramirez Rozzi and Bermudez de Castro compared Homo neanderthalensis teeth to those of other prehistoric species included in the genus Homo and …

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Convergence Evolution Myth In Nature

The 22 April 2004 edition of Nature magazine carried an article titled “Developmental Genetics: Bittersweet Evolution.” (1) Written by Günter Theißen, the article reported a study by Beverley Glover and her colleagues on the tomato and bittersweet, which was published in the journal Gene. (2) The report revealed that these two plants are identical in terms of the appearance of …

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The BBC’s Evolution Of Shrinkings Spines Error

The April 15, 2004 edition of BBC Online carried a report headed “Genome reveals limb number recipe.” The report, prepared by BBC science writer Paul Rincon included a study (1) published in Nature magazine concerning the genetic mechanism responsible for the pelvic spines of sticklebacks, which the fish are believed to use for defence against predators. Although those which live …

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The Latest “Transition to the Land” Tale

A report of a fossil discovery published in Science magazine has once again revealed the way in which the media constitute a broad and one-sided environment for Darwinism to thrive in. A small bone fragment extracted from the ground was the focus of interest for those who elect to believe the myth that the hundreds of millions of living species …

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Irrational Claims In Scientific American About The Origin Of The Genetic Code

In its April 2004 edition Scientific American magazine carried an article co-authored by bioinformatics* expert Stephen J. Freeland and evolutionary geneticist Laurence D. Hurst. In their article, titled “Evolution Encoded,” the researchers described their investigation of the genetic code”s ability to reduce errors to a minimum. The way the researchers titled their study, which actually provided no support for the …

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A New Fairy Tale about the “Evolution of the Brain” and Radikal’s Biased Coverage

In its 26 March 2004 edition the Turkish daily Radikal carried an article titled “Man, A Genetic Error!” The article concerned a new evolutionist claim put forward by University of Pennsylvania’s Hansell Stedman and his team. The caption to the article read: “The contribution of a ‘genetic error’ to the development of mankind: The jaw shrank and made room for …

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A Tale Of Parallel Evolution In Science

Science magazine carried an article titled “Parallel Evolution Is in the Genes,” by the researchers Hopi E. Hoekstra and Trevor Price, in its 19 March 2004 edition. (1) The authors described how similar plumage coloration and patterning could be observed among bird species assumed to have only very distant evolutionary relationships, and then claimed that this was a result of …

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An Analysis of a Typical Piece of Darwinist Propaganda: NTVMSNBC.COM, 6 March 2004

In this article we carry out an analytical study for our readers. Our aim is to contribute to our readers developing a critical perspective with regard to Darwinism, which is defended as a dogma in modern science. Our subject matter is tooth fossil findings attributed to human evolution. The specimen we shall be looking at comes from NTVMSNBC.COM, which has …

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The Myth of the Evolution of the Rejection of Love in New Scientist

New Scientist carried an article called “Dumped” in its 14 February 2004 edition. The article dealt with various experiments that had been performed on people who had fallen in love and separated. Emotions such as anger, hatred and disappointment in people suffering the pains of love and data from brain scans of the subjects were interpreted from an evolutionist perspective. …

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Myths of the Transition to Bipedalism in Scientific American

The February 2004 edition of Scientific American magazine carried an article headed “Good with Their Feet.” Written by Blake Edgar, the article reviewed the book Upright by the Chair of Department of Anthropology, University of Southern California, Craig Stanford. In commenting on the so-called evolution-based theses of bipedalism of Stanford”s, who is also an evolutionist, Edgar refers to the transition …

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The Headstrong Homo erectus Error IN Natural History Magazine

The February 2004 edition of the magazine Natural History carried an article called “Headstrong Hominids.” Based on a new book (1) by the anatomist Noel T. Boaz and the anthropologist Russell L. Ciochon, the article dealt with the cranial vault thickness of fossils that became known as Java Man and Peking Man and were later added to the Homo erectus …

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The Life Of Birds

In this documentary, which described various species of bird, two evolutionary myths were put forward. In the first it was claimed that birds had developed a broad spectrum of technical tools and means. This claim is based on using the word “developed” instead of “possess” in reference to the existing structures in living things, a tactic which is frequently employed …

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Support for Homosexuality by a Distortion of Science from New Scientist

In its 17 January 2004 edition, New Scientist carried an article titled “Does Darwin’s theory ‘fall flat’ when it comes to homosexuality?” In the article, ecologist Joan Roughgarden, a professor of biology at Stanford University in California, cited examples of homosexual behaviour observed in various animals and considered the lethal blow these deal to Darwin’s theory of sexual selection. Roughgarden …

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Dogmatic Backing for Micro-Evolution

In its 15 January 2004 edition Nature magazine carried an article titled “Evolutionary biology: Our relative genetics.” Written by David Penny, an evolutionary biologist working at New Zealand’s Massey University, the article asks whether or not micro-evolutionary genetic changes can account for the origin of man. Penny considers this question with interpretations based on data from the still uncompleted chimpanzee …

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“Animal World – Humanzee”

This documentary on the Animal Planet channel told the story of a chimpanzee called Oliver, various aspects of whose behaviour had once been the focus of interest of the evolutionist press. Evolutionist circles referred to Oliver as a “humanzee,” a human-chimpanzee hybrid, because of certain abilities of his, such as walking upright and mixing drinks. A statement that he possessed …

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New Scientist’s Tale of “Evolving with the Enemy”

The December 22, 2003, edition of New Scientist magazine carried an article called “Evolving with the Enemy.” The article related the familiar relationship between certain people”s resistance to malaria and a mutation that affects the haemoglobin molecule, and went on to engage in evolutionist comments regarding this. This mutation which affects the structure of haemoglobin causes sickle-cell anaemia and thalassemia …

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Genetic Similarity and Errors Regarding the Origin of Language on CNN.com

On December 14, 2003 , Cnn.com published a report headed “Study: Hearing, smelling differ in man, chimps.” The report considered the analyses of human, chimpanzee and mouse genes performed by researchers from Cornell University and Celera Genomics in the USA , but interpreted the results from an evolutionist perspective. Attention needs to be drawn to one important point here: evolutionist …

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CNN Turk’s Errors A Scientific Refutation of the Documentary “Walking with Cavemen”

The documentary “Walking with Cavemen,” screened by CNNTurk, consists of Darwinist propaganda which is riddled with scientific errors and distortions… At the end of December 2003, the television channel CNNTurk announced that it would be screening a documentary called “Walking with Cavemen.” In its previews of the documentary CNNTurk showed actors dressed in ape-man costumes, thus clearly favouring the theory …

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National Geographic Tv “Last of the Dragons”

In this program, information was provided about various species of reptiles. In describing the scales which cover reptiles” bodies, National Geographic TV accounted for the origin of these structures with the following evolutionary tall tale: Scales were provided by the process of evolution over millions of years for different purposes. They were given to allow the snake to assume a …

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Home Cats

This program about domestic cats recounted evolutionary tall tales concerning these animals” vision and their immunity to the AIDS virus. The Discovery Channel provided information about domestic cats” light-sensitive eyes and explained that these animals were also distinguished by their immunity to the AIDS virus. It interpreted these two features of the domestic cat from a Darwinist perspective and claimed …

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Natural History’s Spider Fantasy

The September 2003 edition of Natural History carried an article titled “Love and Death,” which dealt with a study by the evolutionary biologists Matthias W. Foellmer and Daphne J. Fairbaim. (“Spontaneous Male Death During Copulation in an Orb-veawing Spider”, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (Suppl.) DOI 10. 108/rsbl.2003.0042, 2003) The researchers had observed that the males of …

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National Geographic “Fox City”

This documentary dealt with a species of fox living in Israel. The program was presented by scientists who observed the foxes in their natural habitats, in a semi-desert environment, and made an evolutionary claim about the origin of birds. In one scene, where foxes stole and ate the young from a bird”s nest, it was suggested that the alleged evolution …

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Discovery Channel “The Jeff Corwin Experience”

“The River Wolf and the Isle of Serpents” This program, which dealt with various species living in the rain forests of Brazil, contained nothing more than evolutionist propaganda based on distorting the facts about a species of snake. This claim concerned how the snake known as the “golden lancehead pit viper” might have come to the island on which it …

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Animal Planet “Big Cat Diary”

An evolutionary claim regarding cheetahs’ anatomies was carried in a program about these animals. It was first explained how the cheetah skeleton was very light to allow it to run fast, and then claimed that this feature was an “evolutionary cost.” Animal Planet described how cheetahs were defenceless against such large predators as lions, and portrayed the ability to run …

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Another “Just -So Story” From The New York Times: Hair Loss

The August 19, 2003, edition of the New York Times carried an article by Nicholas Wade called “Why Humans and Their Fur Parted Ways.” In this article Wade enquired into the reasons why, unlike many mammals, man should be without fur, and dealt with this question in the framework of scenarios regarding human evolution. Wade”s preconceptions on the subject were …

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Animals from A to Z: Too Close For Comfort?

This documentary covered a subject which is frequently resorted to in Darwinist propaganda in order to mislead the public: chimpanzee intelligence and behaviour. Its subject matter was a group of chimpanzees who live in the rainforests, known as the Tai Jungle, on the coast of the Western African country The Ivory Coast. Viewers were shown images and provided comments regarding …

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Fairy Tales Regarding The Evolution Of The Idea Of Beauty On Discovery Channel

On August 13, 2003, the Discovery Channel broadcast a documentary called Science of Beauty. The documentary dealt with the alleged evolutionary development of the concept of beauty, and contained ever more nonsensical claims on the subject. It attached special importance to the views of evolutionary psychologists, but rather than being science what it related was actually a fairy tale. The …

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Why Is Hurriyet Bilim Astonished By An Example Of “Lack Of Evolution”?

In its August 2, 2003, edition, Hurriyet Bilim, the weekly supplement to the Turkish daily Hurriyet, carried a report titled “Fruit Flies Refute Evolution.” The sub-caption to the article read, “Scientists have made an astonishing discovery and, contrary to the theory of evolution, have observed that a fruit fly is unable to adapt to increasing conditions of drought.” The observations …

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Natural Comparisons: Dead Ringer

In this program Animal Planet devoted space to exceedingly deceptive statements frequently employed among evolutionists in popular accounts. These accounts lacking any scientific value can be regarded as being no more than fairy tales. The following statement was used in the context of dolphins, which, according to the theory of evolution, evolved from land-dwelling mammals: ‘The ancestor of the dolphin …

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Unfounded Claims from New Scientist Magazine Regarding the Evolution of Multi-Cellular Organisms

The July 26, 2003, edition of New Scientist magazine contained a claim concerning the so-called evolutionary origin of multi-cellular organisms. The article, titled “How Animals Learned to Stick Together”, discussed the molecular analyses carried out by Wisconsin-Madison University biologist Nicole King. It was maintained in the article that findings obtained as the result of King”s research had resolved a number …

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Phantom of the Deep

This documentary”s subject was sea creatures living at the bottom of the oceans. Some expressions used in the program revealed the channel”s inability to comprehend the true origins of life. These are listed below: The Error of Attributing the Power of Creation to Nature: Animal Planet: “Evolution has transcended the limits of reason and nature has produced the weirdest creatures …

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Natural Comparisons: Poles Apart

This was the second part of the serial documentary that began on the 5th of July. The documentary explained similarities in nature from an evolutionist perspective. For instance, the program related that the fur of animals, living on the north and south poles respectively, had a similar structure despite the distance in between the poles, but proceeded to claim that …

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Natural Comparisons

The cloak of logic developed by the proponents of the theory of evolution was revealed for all to see in this program. The basis of this series of documentaries was to do with claims regarding convergent evolution and homology. Animal Planet drew attention to behavioural and structural similarities between living groups and species which are distant from one another in …

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PBS-1 “Shape of Life”

  A documentary concerning the phylum Annelidae stressed that in general the worms which emerged during the Cambrian period possessed the same body plans as a great many living things in the world today. However, it was also claimed, on the basis of evolution, that worms are the evolutionary ancestors of many creatures. Nothing positive emerged in the portrayal of …

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Animal Planet, “Champions of the Wild”

In that section describing the manatee, a mammal also known as the southern fur seal, a number of evolutionist claims were made about the animal. The first such claim was that elephants and anteaters are among manatees” closest living relatives. This claim of a familial relationship is based solely on prejudice. At the root of Animal Planet”s evolutionist claim lie …

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Five Errors From New Scientist

A file by the name of ‘Evolution: Five Big Questions’ was carried in the June 14, 2003 edition of the British magazine New Scientist. The file consisted of five articles written by five different scientists, all proponents of the theory of evolution: Michael Russell, Andrew Pomiankowski, George Turner, Paul Rainey and Robin Dunbar. In other words, the impression was given …

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Animals A to Z: Salamanders

In this program, varieties of salamander are described, some living on land, some in water. Animal Planet claims that millions of years ago salamanders living on land opted to emerge from the water. It is claimed that the embryos of land-dwelling red-backed salamanders do not show a hydrophilous stage and that this demonstrates an important point in evolutionary history (the …

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Discovery Channel “Ultimate Guide: Snakes”

Certain evolutionist claims have been inserted into this documentary which gives various information about snakes. The first of these concerns the ability of snakes to swallow prey larger than their own heads. On this subject, Discovery Channel makes this claim: Amongst the first developments of snakes in evolution was the reconstruction of their heads. From being tightly connected, their jawbones …

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Animal Planet “Insectia: Scorpions”

In this Animal Planet documentary, it is claimed that scorpions emerged on land 450 million years ago and were the first vertebrates “bold” enough to do so. Animal Planet also claimed that the so-called evolutionary ancestors of the scorpion were creatures living in water with gills of nearly 1 meter. It is true that water-dwelling scorpions from the Silurian Age …

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Beware of the Darwinist prejudice of BBC and CBS News

Last week there were two items on bbc.co.uk and cbsnews.com that contained some speculations and comments arising from evolutionist prejudices. In an article entitled “Itchy answer to hairless humans” that appeared on June 9, 2003, Oxford University professor Sir. Walter Bodmer and Reading University professor Mark Pagel put forward a new evolutionist idea that, unlike chimpanzees and other mammals, human …

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PBS “Shape of Life – II”

In this program about Cnidaria, the phylum to which jellyfish, coral and the sea anemone belong, after the statement that the nervous and muscular system on which the movements of present day animals is based first emerged in Cnidaria, the following evolutionist claims are made: Millions of years ago Cnidaria brought about a revolution and brought movement to animals. We …

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Animal Planet “Champions of the Wild”

The following evolutionist statement is made in this documentary about insects: Bats and birds developed a pair of fingers into wings. But the wings of insects emerged by themselves and are very strong. Both statements are incorrect. Let us examine them in turn. The claim that the wings of insects developed by themselves shows that Animal Planet is involved in …

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Discovery Channel “Ultimate Guide: Bears”

In the program, information is given about the lives and various characteristics of different species of bear. The following fairy tale is told in connection with the origin of bears: In ancient times pandas were predators just like wolves. Around 35 million years ago there emerged a species of bear called the dog bear which is the ancestor of modern …

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Evolutionary Psychology Tall Tales from New Scientist

An article titled “Human Nature: New rules for an old game” was carried in the May 24, 2003, edition of New Scientist magazine. The paper was most interesting from the point of view of revealing the inconsistencies to which evolutionists” errors and their blind devotion thereto have led them. The article contained an interview with Sarah Blaffer Hrdy, emeritus professor …

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Animal Planet “Animals: A to Z The Beetles Record Breakers”

At the beginning of this documentary about species if insects, this evolution story is told: “Insects evolved in great numbers. They evolved from being covered with armor to creatures that live under the ground and those that are wonderful flying machines….. One of the reasons why insects have been so successful is the design of their wings. Their front wings …

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Animal Planet “The Whole Story: Ungulates”

In this documentary about ungulates, this story is told about the origin of these creatures: “65 million years ago, when dinosaurs disappeared, the first ancestors of ungulates appeared. These condylarths disappeared generations ago and, today”s ungulates, they used to walk on their toenails. Today”s ungulates are evolved from condylarths. 50 million years ago, ungulates divided into two kinds, single and …

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CNN.com’s Army Ant Error

A report published on CNN.com on May 7, 2003, has revealed a major contradiction. (i) Called ‘An Army as Old as the Dinosaurs,’ the article reported the results of genetic analyses performed on army ants by the Cornell University entomologist Sean Brady. Based on these conclusions, CNN.com claimed that army ants, demonstrated to have undergone no change for 100 million …

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The Reality Refused To Be Understood By The National Geographic TV

The National Geographic TV, on the 7th of May 2003, went on air with the documentary titled ‘LOST WORLDS: THE FISH THAT TIME FORGOT.’ The subject of the documentary was the Coelacanth, once portrayed as evidence for the theory of evolution that life forms evolved from the sea onto the land. However the Coelacanth, caught alive in 1938 and since …

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Science Fictitious Evolution Propaganda By The Animal Planet Channel

On the 2nd of May the Animal Planet channel aired a documentary called “THE FUTURE IS WILD.” It was about animals, which would supposedly ‘evolve’ over the next two hundred million years. Computer generated images of weird looking animals were accompanied by an even weirder storyline: A species of fish called ‘flish’ would appear. These fish that have the ability …

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Errors in James Watson’s “Source of Information”

In the May 2003 issue of “Bilim Ve Utopya” (Science and Utopia) magazine, an article was published entitled, “Yasamin Ruhsal Degil Moleküler Bir Temeli Vardir” (The Basis of Life is Molecular not Spiritual). This title was based an interview conducted with James Watson whose findings on the spiral structure of DNA were published in “Scientific American” magazine. This article is …

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The Discovery Channel And Propaganda Films Based On Out Of Date Evolutionist Suppositions

Recently the Discovery channel went on air with a new ape-man propaganda documentary called “Hunt or Be Hunted” in which, once more, actors dressed up as so-called hominids featured. Scenes depicting prey flesh being carved up by blood stained hands holding primitive stone knifes, flesh being carried to a cave, cooked on fire and then being eaten by ape-men, making …

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Discovery Channel “The Ultimate Guide”

The segment of “The Ultimate Guide” documentaries entitled ‘Birds of Prey’, deals with flesh-eating birds such as eagles, owls and vultures. The documentary shows that vultures have a highly developed sense of smell that enables them to detect the smell of a carcass from a distance of several kilometers; eagles have eyes that allow them to see a small mouse …

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One More Time: From National Geographic Tv: The Evolution Of Speech Error

The documentary series “Lost Worlds,” broadcast by National Geographic TV, continued on April 16, 2003 with the episode “Human Invasion.” The program contained speculation regarding the last 50,000 years of the so-called evolution of man and called on interpretations by various evolutionists. Yet again, National Geographic TV engaged in propaganda concerning the theory of evolution and its most popular component, …

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The Coelacanth Deception On The Discovery Channel

A documentary called “Dinosaurs in the Deeps” was broadcast on the Discovery Channel on April 14, 2003. The program considered the fish Coelacanth and dealt with the reaction its rediscovery had awoken in the scientific world and the subsequent efforts to observe it in its natural environment. Yet the Discovery Channel used these fish, which have remained completely unchanged for …

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Paul Davies’ Desperate Case for a “Multiverse”

In its April 12, 2003, edition, The New York Times carried an article by the famous astrophysicist Paul Davies entitled “A Brief History of the Multiverse.” In this article, Prof. Davies attempts to defend the claim that there may be an infinite number of universes, and our universe chanced to be suitable for life, which is the latest argument in …

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A Talking Ape Myth From National Geographic TV Claims Which Fly In The Face Of Science

In the documentary “The Cleverest Ape in the World,” broadcast by the National Geographic TV channel, it was claimed that monkeys can speak like human beings. Throughout the program, chimpanzee behavior similar to that of man was put forward as a basis proving evolution. It went even further, and maintained that chimps actually think like human beings. In one study …

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New Scientist’s Multicellular’s Evolution Dreams

In the Ediacara region of South Australia referred to, a larIn its April 12 2003 issue, the magazine New Scientist published an article headlined: “Ice Magic.” In the article, one of the matters which is amongst the greatest problems of the theory of evolution is considered and speculation is set forth about the so-called evolutionary origins of multicellular organisms. However, …

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The Ultimate Guide: Tyrannosaurus rex

The documentary on Discovery Channel dealt with various discoveries made about the Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur with a discussion about whether anatomically they were herbivores or carnivores. The claims put forward by evolutionists about the origins of this giant animal are complete fantasy. This is what they claim about the origins of T. Rex: “Today we know that the ancestors of …

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The National Geographic Tv’s Evolution Of Speech Error

The National Geographic Channel aired on April 11, 2003 the “Journey Of Man” documentary which explored the evolution of language by misrepresenting the findings of philology. In this present article we refute this evolutionist position. Speech’s Development By Evolution Error An African tribe, said to be primitive, was introduced and its language was accordingly deemed primeval, basing this claim on …

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Discovery Channel’s Concealment Of The Truth About The Fruit Fly

A documentary called “Super Fly” was broadcast on the Discovery Channel on April 11, 2003. The program dealt with the role played by fruit flies of the species Drosophilia melanogaster in the development of genetic science. A number of important scientific advances in various genetic studies in which the fruit fly was used were described, beginning with the research by …

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Discovery Tv’s ‘Junk DNA’ Error

 The Discovery TV aired on April 9, 2003 a program entitled “DNA: The Promise or the Price? Episode II.” Its subject was DNA research and new encouraging developments in the field of medicine. However, it also contained a biased evolutionist claim about DNA. This article will reveal that the evolutionists “useless DNA” contention is erroneous. The Evolutionists “Blank” Insistence On …

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Ape-Man Myths From National Geographic Tv

On April 9, 2003, National Geographic TV aired a documentary by the name of “The Birth of Human Mind”. The film engaged in suggestion with stories about human evolution and showed pictures of ape-men in costumes climbing trees or looking nervously around as they walked through fields covered in tall grass. Some of them made muttering noises while others scavenged …

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Discovery Channel’s Tell Tales Of Elephant Evolution

On April 7, 2003, the Discovery Channel aired a documentary called “Ultimate Guide: Elephants.” The lives of these giant creatures on the plains of Africa were described to the accompaniment of the most impressive images, and striking information was provided concerning them. Their long memories, loyalty to one another, skeletal systems capable of lifting tons in weight and their powerful …

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The Latest In The Evolution Of Beetles: Tales In A Tale

The Bilim ve Teknik (Science and Technology) magazine in its April 2003 issue and the Hurriyet Bilim (Hurriyet Science) magazine on the 5th of April 2003 reported a research project published in the Science magazine on the 21st of March 2003. Both, Hurriyet Bilim (Hurriyet Science) and Bilim ve Teknik (Science and Technology), took it upon themselves to defend Darwinism …

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Discovery Channel And The Wonderful Colours Of Deep-Sea Creatures

On April 4, 2003, the Discovery Channel broadcast a short, 10-minute presentation film after its program “Discovery with Children.” The film introduced the program “Nature,” in which viewers were invited to discover nature. The film introduced a number of deep-sea creatures and screened perfect light shows from a number of exotic jellyfish and species of fish living in a totally …

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National Geographic TV’s “Monkey-Brain” Myths

On April 4, 2003, National Geographic TV broadcast a documentary called “The Cleverest Ape in the World.” The documentary represented one of the elements of the recently accelerated evolutionist propaganda focusing on monkeys. The documentary describes three different monkeys” abilities, and attempts to draw parallels between some intelligent forms of behavior and human intelligence. The program was hosted by a …

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The Error And Misrepresantstion Of Ape Intelligence By The National Geographic TV

The National Geographic TV aired on the April 3, 2003 a program called “Who is Aping Who?: Hearts and Minds.” Central to this programs storyline were, as always, some well-trained apes. The National Geographic TV was relating information about these apes as if they were people and went on to speculate about these beings’ emotions and thoughts but the really …

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National Geographic TV’s Monkey Tales and Social Darwinist Propaganda

A documentary called ‘Who’s Aping Who?: Social Climbing’ was broadcast on National Geographic TV on April 2, 2003. The documentary reflected one of National Geographic TV’s most frequently encountered forms of Darwinist propaganda. Yet again, National Geographic TV strove to show similarities between great ape and human behaviour and to make people believe that apes and human beings are related. …

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The Discover Magazine’s Evolution Of Laughter Error

  DISCOVER’S ERROR ON THE ORIGINS OF LAUGHTER The article in question was investigating the origin of laughter according to the evolution theory. The amateurism of the article was thinly disguised under a scientific appearance and represented a good example of the flawed logic inherent in evolutionist reasoning. In this article, we will expose the inconsistencies in explaining laughter with …

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Evolution Of Mammals: A Dogma Defended By The National Geographic At All Costs

The National Geographic published in its APRIL 2003 issue an article titled “The Rise of Mammals.” In this rather long article decorated with imaginary evolution trees and pretty pictures, the author, Rick Gore, put forward evolutionist speculations on the origin of mammals, one of the darkest corners in the house of the evolution theory. The magazine listed and classified extinct …

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The Evolution Tales Of Ancient Lakes By The Science Magazine

The Bilim ve Teknik (Science and Technique) magazine published in its April 2003 issue an article titled “Life in the Old Ponds Highlight Origin of Species.” It was based on an article published by the American Science magazine on the 31st of January 2003 in which, the habitat of Lake Baikal (Asia) and Lake Victoria (Africa) with its variety life …

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Evolution Propaganda By The Scientific American Magazine

The Scientific American magazine dedicated its special issue of April 2003 to the evolution propaganda. In this issue, there were reprints of articles which had appeared before, on of which, was on of the foremost propaganda materials: the dino-bird. The claims made in the article titled “The Origins Of Birds And Their Flight” by Kevin Padian and Luis M. Chiappe …

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Focus Magazine’s Coelacanth Confessions

An interesting article appeared in the April 2003 edition of Focus magazine. More than its actual content, the interesting thing about this article was its publication in Focus, a magazine known for its devotion to the theory of evolution, yet which still carried a report about the fish known as the coelacanth, “living proof” that totally undermines all the claims …

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An Unscientific Propaganda Interview By Die Zeit

In relation with the German Die Zeit newspaper, Hurriyet Science magazine dealt with human evolution scenarios in its March 29, 2003 issue. In an article titled “Where does humanity come from where does it go” the famous evolutionist Phillip Tobias” interview with the Die Zeit was partially reprinted. It began with the question as to how recently discovered fossils affected …

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3 Darwinist Documentaries And 3 Dogmatic Stories By The Discovery Channel

Channels with a programming consisting mainly of documentaries like the National Geographic, Discovery Channel or the History Channel are known for their Darwinist approach. These channels tend to tuck in evolutionist terminology when the subject turns to life or the living beings. When talking about a species it goes like: “evolved over millions of years,” “the struggle for survival made …

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No Sign Of Evolution In 160-Million-Year Salkamender Discoveries

Nature magazine carried an article called “The Earliest Known Grown-Group Salamanders” in its March 27, 2003 edition. The story concerned the finding of a large number of salamander fossils in China, which were established as belonging to the Middle Jurassic Period. Researchers Ke-Qin Gao and Neil H. Shubin presented various salamanders which had been covered in lava as the result …

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