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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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