Perspectives in these links are not necessarily endorsed by GRI.
- What Killed the Dinosaurs / December 2015 / Stephen Brusatte / Scientific American, v.313, n.6 — The asteroid strike was bad. The timing was worse.
- Reason Honestly with Purpose / November 22, 2015 / Creation-Evolution Headlines — Science and society cannot exist without moral values. Use them; you were born with the capacity to apprehend them.
- Invisible Subs and Other Tricks Inspired by Life / November 21, 2015 / Creation-Evolution Headlines — working scientists seem less focused on evolution and more on design these days, figuring out how animals and plants do amazing things
- Humans may have reached Chile by 18,500 years ago / 20 November 2015 / Ann Gibbons / Science, v.350, n.6263, p.898 — Monte Verde stone tools may be the oldest in the Americas
- 100 years of continental drift / 20 November 2015 / Marco Romano and Richard L. Cifelli / Science, v.350, n.6263, p.915-916 — one hundred years ago, Alfred Wegener laid the foundations for the theory of plate tectonics
- Candace Cameron Bure and Joy Behar in Heated Debate over Creation and Evolution on ‘The View’ / 20 November 2015 / Derek Welch / World Religion News