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Clades, Fossils, and a Fat Flippered Fish | A Mouthful of Soap

The Darwinian Tree of life is a great work of science fiction. Fossils, however, tear the tree down. Lousy fossils. Whose side are they on, anyway? This Mouthful of Soap was from the Evolution 101 series (originally posted on the … Continue reading

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Snakes With Legs | A Mouthful of Soap

Fossils show that snakes LOST legs and this proves cabbages are related to wolves? When you remove the imaginary creatures invented to fill in the gaps, the evolution dries up really quickly. This Mouthful of Soap was from the Evolution … Continue reading

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Just for the record: FOSSILS

Today’s Q&A is about the fossil record. An alert reader, replying to my previous writings and video content, said the following: As to the fossil record, if we actually find an animal on the wrong rock layers then that would … Continue reading

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Defining Evolution 16: Fossils

Somewhere on the horizon, like a beacon of hope in a storm of copies in triplicate filed with accounts receivable and marketing and meetings about the GNP sway toward diversified demographics whose profiles are identical to previous markets save the … Continue reading

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