The Main Issues

Evolution: Fact and Theory  (off site)
Richard E. Lenski, Ph.D

Is There Really Scientific Evidence for a Young Earth? (off site)

How Old is the Earth (off site)
A Response to "Scientific" Creationism
G. Brent Dalrymple, U.S. Geological Survey
Menlo Park, California

How the discovery of geologic time changed our view of the world
(off site)
University of Bristol press release issued 14 September 2007

Evidences for a Young World? (off site)

"Polonium" Haloes and the Age of the Earth  (off site)

Population Rates and the Age of the Earth (off site)

Age of the Earth (off site)

A Short History of Planet Earth
Professor Ian Plimer

Geologic Time  (off site)
The story of a changing Earth

Weathering Mantles and the Age of the Earth (off site)

The North Sea Rocks Refute Young-earth Arguments (off site)

The Earth's Magnetic Field

The Geologic Column

Australia Before Time  (off site)
Our geological and fossil heritage

The Dynamic Earth  (off site)
The Story of Plate Tectonics

Creation Science and Earth History (off site)

Ocean Sediments (off site)

Radiometric Dating - A Resource List

Is There Evidence for a World Wide Flood?

The Second Law of Thermodynamics

Not So Amusing Geological Misinterpretations
Dr. Kevin R. Henke

Earthquakes, the San Andreas Fault, and the
Center for Scientific Creationism
(off site)
John G. Solum

Thrust Faults  (off site)
John G. Solum

The Fossil Record (including Transitional Fossils)

Dinosaur Links

Feathered Dinosaur Links

Archaeopteryx Links

Whale Evolution Links


Wolf Evolution Links

Horse Evolution

Evolution of the Eye

Penis evolution (off site)
PZ Myers, Pharyngula

Age-Old Question On Evolution Of Flowers Answered  (off site)

Institute of Human Origins (off site)

Humans As a Case Study for the Evidence of Evolution (off site)

Human Evolution and "Mysterious Origins of Man"  (off site)

Human Evolution Sequence  (off site)
Pictures & Information

Photos: The Human Genome (off site)
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Science
"Join us as we trace the history of one of the biggest scientific accomplishments of the twentieth century; the mapping of the human genome from the discovery of DNA to the cracking of the code that contains every gene and its function in the human body."

Evolutionary Genealogy (off site)
"This website seeks to promote the teaching and acceptance of the biological theory of evolution by emphasizing one of its great lessons: that life on Earth is one big extended family, and therefore we are related in an exact way to not only every other living thing, but also to every thing that ever lived. "

DNA traces Aboriginal Australian history (off site)
Anna Salleh,
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Science Online, Tuesday, 8 May 2007

Man's Earliest Direct Ancestors Looked More Apelike Than Previously Believed (off site)
Science Daily

Chimps have the jump on us in evolution  (off site)
Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery News, 23 April 2007

"A comparison of human and chimpanzee genes has revealed chimps may have evolved more than humans in the six or seven million years since both diverged from a common ancestor."

Meet Your Inner Mole Rat
Carl Zimmer
"Their [mole rats] evolution and our own show some striking parallels that may shed light on how our ancestors diverged from other apes."

"Lucy" from the Institute of Human Origins (off site)

Lucy's Knee Joint
A Case Study in Creationists' Willingness to Admit their Errors
(off site)
Jim Lippard

Famous fossil Lucy scanned at the University of Texas at Austin (off site)
"Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, in collaboration with the Ethiopian government, have completed the first high-resolution CT scan of the world's most famous fossil, Lucy, an ancient human ancestor who lived 3.2 million years ago."

Casey Luskin Visits Lucy (off site)
from Afarensis - anthropology, evolution & science
"... it takes far more work to correct the distortions and misunderstandings frequently peddled by Luskin than it does for Luskin to peddle them. His article on Lucy is a case in point."

Comparison of the Human and Great Ape Chromosomes as
Evidence for Common Ancestry
(off site)

Australian mammals: Curious sex and reproduction (off site)
Professor Jenny Marshall Graves

The Sixty-Million-Year Virus  (off site)
Carl Zimmer

Dog Bites Man (off site)
"Dr. Miller's testimony [in the Dover case]... establishes the context for Luskin's ill-founded critique, ... because it is a beautifully elegant and simple explanation of a powerful piece of evidence that supports the common ancestry of apes and humans."

Becoming Human (off site)
"Becoming Human is an interactive documentary experience that tells the story of our origins.  Journey through four million years of human evolution with your guide, Donald Johanson. For this experience you will need: Macromedia Flash Player 5; [easy to download] High-speed connection; 64 MB RAM"

We have tantrum sex (off site)
Richard Glover, 26 April 2008

Breast beginnings
(off site)

Douglas Futuyma uses genetics to support evolution (off site)

Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary Computation  (off site)
Adam Marczyk

Freeland Lab: Genetic Code Evolution  (off site)

The Story In Genesis Does Not Match The Story In Our Genes (off site)

A genomic timescale for the origin of eukaryotes  (off site)

Muller and Mutations  (off site)
Chris Ho-Stuart

Examples of Beneficial Mutations and Natural Selection  (off site)
Robert Williams

Tibetans show 'evolution in action'  (off site)
Emma Marris

A gene for well oxygenated blood is spreading in the Himalayas

The Nylon Bug  (off site)

The Chemicals of Life (off site)

The Origin of Life  (off site)
Albrecht Moritz

Spontaneous Generation and the Origin of Life  (off site)

Did viruses precede other life?  (off site)
"The Scientist"
(Free registration is required)

Breaking up and Getting Together: Evolution of Symbiosis...  (off site)

The Evolution of Symbiosis  (off site)

Lies, Damned Lies, Statistics, and Probability of Abiogenesis Calculations off site)

Evolution of biological complexity  (off site)

The Hidden Unity of Hearts (off site)
Carl Zimmer

Question: How did the heart evolve from a simple tube to a multichambered pump? Answer: Quickly.

And the Beat Goes On  (off site)

A Brief Guide to the Hearts of Vertebrates
(off site)
Carl Zimmer

A beating heart is not just a biological organ—it’s a puzzle for physicists to solve.

Common Parasite Overturns Traditional Beliefs About The Evolution
And Role Of Hemoglobin
  (off site)
Source: ScienceDaily Magazine/University of Toronto

Haeckel's Embryos (off site)

29+ Evidences for Macroevolution (off site)
Douglas Theobald, PH.D.

Intelligent Design

An introduction to understanding honeybees,
their origins, evolution and diversity
  (off site)

The bee genome - studying changes over time (off site)
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Science Show
25 August 2007

Anatomy and Evolution of the Woodpecker's Tongue  (off site)
Rusty Ryan

Butterfly unlocks evolution secret  (off site)
"Why one species branches into two is a question that has haunted evolutionary biologists since Darwin."

An Inordinate Fondness for frogs  (off site)
Mike the mad biologist

DNA Offers New Insight Concerning Cat Evolution   (off site)
Nicholas Wade
[Note: New York Times article requires free registration]

Moth study backs classic "test case" for Darwin's theory (off site)
The Austringer

Supernovae, Supernova Remnants and Young Earth Creationism FAQ (off site)

Determining Distances to Astronomical Objects  (off site)

Evidence for the Big Bang  (off site)
Björn Feuerbacher and Ryan Scranton

The First Detailed Full Sky Picture of the Oldest Light in the Universe (off site)

The Recession of the Moon (off site)

The Decay of c-decay  (off site)
Robert P. J. Day

Methane, flatulence, and the coevolution of bacteria  (off site)
"Whatever your point of view on natural history, you can be sure there’s some type of bacteria involved in some kind of way in your work, probably many types zusammen, the afterthoughts being germane to some aspect of evolution. One example has to do with human flatulence, cited here with some indulgence, but mainly to stress how far the evolutionary mind can go when observing natural phenomena."

Ancient trees recorded in mines  (off site)
Jonathan Amos, Science reporter, BBC News, Liverpool
"Spectacular fossil forests have been found in the coal mines of Illinois by a US-UK team of researchers."

Mysterious DNA Found to Survive Eons of Evolution  (off site)
Clara Moskowitz, LiveScience Staff Writer, 9 October 2008
"Scientists have discovered mystery snippets of mammal DNA that have survived eons of evolution and yet have no apparent purpose."