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Humble Ancestors?

If I asked you to think of an ancient relative of a human ancestor you probably would not picture something like the vetulicolians.

The vetulicolians had the basic body plan that you see here: A kind of segmented area attached to a flatter area to which had a kind of stiff rod running down […]

Is There Another Species Of Humans – Homo capensis – Enslaving Us All?

The use of cradle boards and other apparatus with young children has been used at different times of human history to purposefully create elongated skulls, flattened skulls, bulbous skulls, and other unusual cranial shapes. […]

Transitional Forms

“It points to

Ardipithecus Ramidus

the absence of any

Australopithecus Afarensis (Lucy specimen)

species to species transitional forms

Homo Ergaster skull

actually found

Homo Heidelbergensis Skull

in the fossil record.”

Kirk Cameron, last known transitional form among fossils

– Kirk Cameron, paleontologist, creationist, homo sapiens


Early Gooey Animals Prick Creationism's Thin Skin

These fossils could be the first evidence of that very early link between the worlds of microbes and megafauna… or they could be not any kind of fossils at all. […]

Another Missing Link Found

These animals exist today, but as a group they’re very ancient: At least 635 million years ancient. That’s the age of rocks within which their steroid, 24-isopropylcholestane, was found. […]

The Quick And The Dead Cheetahs

Even though an animal may seem to have super-adaptive features, those features are actually a kind of super-specialization that can make the species vulnerable to extinction. Perhaps that’s why the giant cheetah went extinct. […]