Explore the evolution of humans from ancestors that existed before the first primates appeared, to early humans, to the present day. What can we learn from the past fossil records about our history?
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The creation vs. evolution debate has been raging ever since Charles Darwin published “On the Origin of Species,” with evolutionists producing scientific evidence that creationists discount on the basis of their faith. Does that make either side right or wrong? Who’s the winner in this debate?
Evolution is still a subject under contention due to the religious controversy surrounding the subject. One argument is that there is a lack of fossil evidence for evolution, but is this claim true?
In the creation vs. evolution debate, this is a big question. To understand the answer, it is important first to understand what the term “theory” means in science. Evolutionary biologists say that evolution is both a fact and a theory.
Have you ever heard of cladistics? It is a somewhat obscure field dealing with the evolution and classification of species that has some surprising applications in modern medicine.
Phylogenetic trees are like family trees, only with species instead of individuals. Learn what they do and how to use them here.
How do you make your child’s (or any child’s) school projects fun? A little creativity, and entering into their world can bring them closer to ours!