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Science Magazine’s Haploid-Diploid And Adaptive Mutation Errors

In its March 2003 edition the Turkish magazine Bilim ve Teknik (Science and Technique) carried a report headed “Haploids Are Superior, But…” The report concerned an article titled “An Evolutionary Advantage of Haploidity in Large Yeast Populations,” which had appeared in the January 24, 2003, edition of Science magazine. Based upon an experiment on brewer’s yeast, the story contained speculation …

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Who Were The Neanderthals?

Prepared by Kate Wong, a Scientific American science writer, this comprised a wide-ranging file on the Neanderthals. Published in Scientific American”s special edition, it provided information about the anatomy, culture and behavior of these people who lived in Europe and Western Asia for more than 200,000 years; and comparisons between them and Homo sapiens were made. Space was also devoted …

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The Complex Design and High Processing Capacity in the Human Brain

There is an exceedingly complex design in the human brain. At the basis of this design lies the fact that are large number of brain cells are linked to one another by a very large number of connections. Professor of biology Ursula Goodenough summarizes this network of connections and the way it functions: The brain of every human contains about …

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The Irreducible Complexity of Wings Refutes Evolution

Evolutionists maintain that birds evolved from reptiles. However, there are a number of factors which refute this. One of these is the very different surface structures of the two groups. Birds are covered in feathers, and reptiles with scales. These structures are very different to one another, and there exists not a single fossil specimen to support the claim that …

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