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October 24, 2007

The Spontaneous Origin of Life

A little over a decade ago the Harvard University Gazette newspaper (September 12,1996) carried an article by William J. Cromie, which began, "Jack Szostak is trying to make a living organism out of nonliving chemicals." Szostak, a professor of genetics at Harvard University, says he is trying to imagine the simplest possible system that could get life started, and then…

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October 10, 2007

The Appendix
The Case of the Mistaken Vestigial Organ

Have you noticed recently that when the weather is really hot, that is a sure sign of global warming; but if the weather is really cold, that, too, is a sure sign of global warming! Well, evolutionists (those who believe humankind evolved from bacteria through fish to Gish via natural selection and mutations) are playing the same kind of game…

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