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  • "Basic Questions in Paleontology" is a dangerous book for the 'Darwinist' (by that I mean all those attached to modern synthesis).

    Alternative to Dembski's Theodicy?

  • Oh, and behind the cut, Nobu Tamura's "2009 in Paleontology":

    "Not much chance for survival if the Neon Bible is true."

  • Robert Buettner has been a Military Intelligence officer, a National Science Foundation Fellow in Paleontology, and a natural resources lawyer.

    MIND MELD: Is Science Fiction Responsible for the Lack of Public Interest in Space Exploration?

  • University of California Museum of Paleontology: To summarize, all living things are related to each other, more closely or more distantly.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • Zachriel: The clear statement above from the University of California Museum of Paleontology contradicts your position, though not Allen's published position.

    A New Book

  • University of California Museum of Paleontology with support provided by the National Science Foundation: A clade is a grouping that includes a common ancestor and all the descendents (living and extinct) of that ancestor.

    A New Book

  • University of California Museum of Paleontology with support provided by the National Science Foundation: A clade is a grouping that includes a common ancestor and all the descendents (living and extinct) of that ancestor … Clades are nested within one another — they form a nested hierarchy.

    A New Book

  • The clear statement above from the University of California Museum of Paleontology contradicts your position, though not Allen's published position.

    A New Book

  • University of California Museum of Paleontology with support provided by the National Science Foundation: Evolution predicts that living things will be related to one another in what scientists refer to as nested hierarchies — rather like nested boxes.

    A New Book

  • The study, which appears in the January issue of the Journal of Paleontology, also found that the bear was an old male who had been injured multiple times.

    Biggest Bear Ever: New Study Finds 3,500-Pound Bear

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