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New Fossil Discoveries Pose A New Dilemma For The Theory Of Evolution

The February 21, 2003, edition of Science magazine carried an article called “Separate evolutionary origins of teeth from evidence in fossil jawed vertebrates.” Based on studies of a number of fish fossils from the Devonian Period, it was suggested in the article that teeth may have evolved at least twice. The aim of this paper is to set out the …

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‘Missing Link’ Headlines in the Media: An Unscientific Deception

Have you seen a newspaper headline announcing a fossil discovery in terms of the “missing link” having been found? In that case you can be 100% certain that the report you are reading is of absolutely no scientific value. The reason is simple: serious scientists decades ago accepted that the idea of a “missing link” and the evolutionary story-telling based …

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Evolutionary ancestor-descendant propaganda is merely a bedtime story

One principle component in the propaganda of the fairy tale that species evolved from one another is the fossil species considered within an ancestor-descendant relationship. These relationships may assume concrete form in diagrams in which different species are located on the branches of a family tree, or in the words of a scientist interpreting the skulls laid out in a …

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