Category : Biology

Genius, Harvard and Darwin Doubters

Chris Langan says his IQ is “somewhere between 190 and 210,” so he’s a genius. He made a perfect score on the SAT exam. Chris competed on the game show “One Versus One Hundred” hosted by Bob Saget and won…

May 22, 2017

Dinosaur Blood and the >Real< Age of the Earth, Part 5A

  “… the nuclear force. This force, while essential to the stability of all matter, is not well understood… “The nuclear particles are held captive inside …the Coulomb barrier which confines the alpha particle. In nuclear alpha decay, the particle…

May 11, 2017

UnMasking Mistakes in Memes of Evolution – Part 3: Codes and Complexity

We come now to some particularly egregious errors in our series to unmask the faulty logic and science behind defenses given for the theory of (neo) Darwinian evolution. Stated simply, neo-Darwinism says all life on earth derived via natural selection…

May 1, 2017

I SEE NO-SEE-UMS – Karl C. Priest

When I am outdoors during the early morning and evening hours on mild to hot days I am usually aware of a severe itching sensation on exposed skin. I know that I am being bitten by an insect known as…

May 1, 2017

Erasmus Darwin – The Evolution of Evolution

Evolutionary ideas are all around us. Every time you turn on the TV, watch the news, or read a science magazine you will more than likely find evolutionary content. How did this philosophy become so popular that it literally took…

April 17, 2017

Sticky Situations

Carefully and proudly, I opened the black case, lined with dark blue velvet, and gently removed a long, slender violin bow. Excitement, nervousness, and anticipation filled the room –  as a high schooler, I loved preforming in orchestra concerts. After…

April 13, 2017

Four Arguments Against Living Fossils Answered

I scoured the beautiful, thick glossy pages with a skeptical eye.  Internally, questions and objections were popping up all over my mind as I fleshed out the ideas presented. The book was “Living Fossils”, by Dr. Carl Werner.  It’s a…

April 6, 2017

Two science books that changed my worldview forever

Confession: I’m a bookworm. At the end of a long day, I love nothing more than to immerse myself in a fascinating book or magazine. These days my favorite reading materials include The Atlantic, Smithsonian Magazine, and books about history,…

April 3, 2017

Confirming Fabre – Karl C. Priest

Getting stung by a wasp launched me into endeavor to replicate an experiment by Jean Henri Fabre, a creationist and arguably the “Father of Entomology”.  The result provided more proof about why evolutionism is irrelevant to science and everyday living. In…

April 1, 2017

Dinosaur Blood and the >Real< Age of the Earth: Part 4

Continued (Click here to read Part 3)   This is the fourth installment of our series, “Dinosaur Blood and the Real Age of the Earth,” and is a response to the book, “Dinosaur Blood and the Age of the Earth” by Fuz…

March 30, 2017