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“Alfred” the whale is not the missing link

Being exhibited recently in some science sites and magazines, and also in Australia’s Victoria museum, the fossil remains belonging to the 25-million-year-old Aetiocetid type whale named Alfred, have been put forward as the so called evidence for the evolution of whales. This is an extremely interesting situation, because evolutionists intend to support the myth of evolution of the whales based …

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Nature and BBC’s news report refuting the so-called evolutionary scenario

An article published in Nature journal in June 8th, 2017 featured the human fossil remains recently discovered in Morocco, which are estimated to be 315,000 years old. Thus, the discovery has given rise to the discussion that the origin of Homo Sapience species might date back to 100,000 years earlier than thought before. BBC in particular, the local news outlets such as Sözcü newspaper, …

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Response to Current Biology Magazine: Fang blennies did not evolve, they were created

In an article published in Current Biology magazine on March 30, 2017, it is claimed that the fang blenny, with the scientific name “meiacanthus grammistes“, came into existence by means of so-called evolution. In the article; Information on the venom systems of this small fish is given, It is alleged that the teeth, which are an important part of the defense …

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Zebrafish Can Regenerate Their Spinal Cords, What about People?

Nerves surround every part of our body like a web and enable us to obtain and interpret information about the world around us. They can be considered as the highways carrying information throughout the body. The most important organs of this system are the brain and spinal cord and the electric impulses regarding every emotion, thought and knowledge in our …

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