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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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