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Debunking creationism: a visual comparison of “micro” and “macroevolution”

Creationists often like to claim that there are two fundamentally different types of evolution: microevolution and macroevolution. They argue that microevolution does actually occur, but only produces small changes within a species or “kind” of animal. For example, most creationists … Continue reading

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Sinking Noah’s Ark Part 2: The Order of the Fossil Record Confirms Evolution’s Predictions

In this post, I am going to explain a line of evidence that both convincingly supports evolution and refutes the notion of a world-wide flood. I am, of course, referring to the ordering of the fossil record. If you go … Continue reading

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Sinking Noah’s Ark Part 1: Introduction

There has recently been a lot of hype over Answers in Genesis opening its latest attraction, the “Ark Encounter.” This life sized “replica” of Noah’s Ark is intend to be a tool to help spread the message of young earth … Continue reading

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10 common myths about evolution

Evolution is the single most important concept in all of biology. It is absolutely vital for understanding both the history of life on earth and why our modern organisms have their current traits and behaviors. Nevertheless, it is also one … Continue reading

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“If evolution is true where are the missing links?”

This is one of the most common arguments that I hear from creationists. The claim is that if evolution is true, then in the fossil record we should see lots of intermediate species. In other words, we should see transitional … Continue reading

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