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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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Myths of the Transition to Bipedalism in Scientific American

The February 2004 edition of Scientific American magazine carried an article headed “Good with Their Feet.” Written by Blake Edgar, the article reviewed the book Upright by the Chair of Department of Anthropology, University of Southern California, Craig Stanford. In commenting on the so-called evolution-based theses of bipedalism of Stanford”s, who is also an evolutionist, Edgar refers to the transition …

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Scientific American’s Dino-Bird Errors

Scientific American, one of the passionate proponents of the Darwinist theory, considered one of the theory”s popular claims in its March 2003 issue: the evolution of birds. An article by the ornithologists Richard O. Prum and Alan Brush titled “The Feather or the Bird, Which Came First?” reiterated the classical evolutionist thesis that birds evolved from dinosaurs with a new …

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The Latest Versiyon Of Baseless Evolutionist Scenarios In Scientific American: Nutrition

In the December 2002 edition of Scientific American magazine, appearing under the headline “Food for Thought,” by William R. Leonard the article spoke of man being a so-called evolved species of animal and attempted to form a link between his nutritional needs and traditions on the one hand and evolution on the other. By means of this article, which was …

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