New RATE Data Support a Young World: Zircons are young New experiments for the RATE project strongly support a young earth. This article updates results announced in an ICR Impact article and documented at a technical conference. Our experiments measured how rapidly nuclear-decay- generated ...Read More »
Epperson v. Arkansas: The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled that a Law Prohibiting the Teaching of Evolution in Tax-Supported Schools is Unconstitutional
The evolution controversy did not come before the U.S. Supreme Court until Epperson v. Arkansas, a 1968 challenge to the constitutionality of an Arkansas statute prohibiting the teaching of evolution. By this time, the nonestablishment clause had been applied to ...Read More »
Tennessee vs. John Thomas Scopes, or the SCOPES “MONKEY TRIAL,” Took Place in Dayton, Tennessee. Should the Theory of Evolution be Taught in Schools?
This trial was an important educational milestone regarding the teaching of the theory of evolution in public schools. Scopes, who was conned into being the accused teacher (claims he never even taught the theory), pitted two famous barristers of the ...Read More »
The Nebraska Man Hoax: Professor Henry Osborn Receives a Old Worn Pigs Tooth from a Nebraska Farmer and Sells it to the World as an Evolutionary Ape Man Tooth
“The study and description of this part of the collection was assigned by Professor [Henry Fairfield] Osborn to the writers, and its results appear in the following pages… The anterior molars and premolars of this genus of peccaries show a ...Read More »
The Piltdown Man fraud is generally regarded as the greatest scientific hoax of all time. Charles Dawson, lawyer and amateur archaeologist, geologist, etc., created a phony archaeological scenario with doctored-up artifacts, both hand-delivered by Dawson to the British scientific establishment ...Read More »