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Dazzling Acts in the Cell Circus

Clever design is clear in any respect scales, from the entire universe right down to the single atom. This remark places evolutionists on the protection: how...

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Why Dickinsonia Was Most Probably Not an Ediacaran Animal

Dickinsonia is among the iconic organisms of the unusual Ediacaran biota that characterize the oldest recognized assemblages of macroscopic organisms within...

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Nathan Lents Is Back; Still Wrong About Sinuses 

As lengthy expertise teaches, critics of clever design are likely to divide neatly into two classes. There are those that primarily need to assault motives...