Last night I watched Schindler’s List on Netflix and was startled by a contrast with what I had been watching, just the day before, the same place.
Take a moment and absorb the beauty of two photographs by our colleague Günter Bechly.
Some scientists hoped that H. naledi would prove to be the fossil to bridge an evolutionary gap.
At some point, you’d think reporters would be embarrassed about this sort of “zombie journalism.”
Of all the new icons that Jonathan Wells discusses, including cancer, the appendix, and walking whales, my sentimental favorite must be the human tail.
The Texas Board of Education voted last week to preserve requirements to exercise critical thinking on key evolution-related topics.
Animals have different ways of sharing information without having to invent it by mistake.
On Friday, the Texas State Board of Education adopted streamlined science standards.
If you’re interested in seeing evaluations of the book by scientists who have actually read it, go take a look at the Zombie Science website.
Our friends at The Stream were kind enough to ask me to enlarge on some points made here at Evolution News.