The following letter to the editor from Eric Bermingham appeared in the July 26, 2010 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology.
This article by Hugh Owen was published in Italian on November 6, 2009, by the Italian publisher Cantagalli under the title Evolution: The Decline of an Hypothesis, with a number of other articles by natural scientists and philosophers from seven countries who participated in a symposium on evolution at the National Research Council in Rome […]
Homo Erectus, iterum resurrectus! By Dr. Robert Bennett The modern paleontologists clearly deserve the appellation of ‘creationist’ more than do Biblical literalists. With every bone they unearth their fertile imaginations ‘create’ a new hominid link and a new cast of characters in the ongoing soap opera of human evolution. For the next Homo Erectus unearthing […]
A common belief down through history was that microbes, and even larger organisms, flies and rats for example, could originate from organic material during fermentation, putrefaction, etc. This idea that life could spring from dead or non-living material spontaneously, i.e., outside of the reproductive processes whereby life springs from living antecedents, came to be called […]