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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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