Being able to find the references enables me to share them with my colleagues and students. (a teacher in Virginia) Thank you for your site.
I have thoroughly enjoyed it for a few years now and find it an awesome resource. (a pastor in the arctic circle) This is a lovely site, and I personally visit this often....
Great stuff. (a historian in Australia) You do a terrific job on snatching content from the headlines and filtering it for stupidity and lockstep paradigm thinking!
Not only are you on top of things but you do garnish the dish well!
I check in nearly every day. (an associate pastor in California who works with college grad students) Ive been a fan of your site for some time, since a friend in an intelligent design group I joined (quite clandestine for the sake of job security of those involved) clued me in to it. I cant say enough about your highly credible scientific arguments, your incisive dissection of the issues, and your practical format. (a physician, surgeon and writer in Georgia) Nice site.
I enjoy reading the comments, and find it quite informative.... I am a former agnostic, and Creation Safaris was one of the first pieces of open evolution questioning read (The Baloney Detector).
Wonderful resources there. (a mechanical engineer and educational consultant in Texas) Just stopped by to say Hi; Thanks again for your posting--still the best web site on the net!!
(a regular reader in Illinois) I accidentally came across your BRILLIANT website today....
Some of my favorite articles are the biomimetics articles revealing the fantastic design that is obvious to anyone not blinded by the evolutionary goggles.
The commentaries are priceless, and love the embedded humor and clever innuendoes... (a database administrator in Texas) Creation Evolution Headlines is my favorite website on intelligent design and Darwinism.
This old site will remain available, but is not being updated. Starting June 2011, all new articles are being posted to the new site only.
Thank you so much for all the hard work you put into your fabulous site.
One size does not always fit all. Nature Editorial, 14 April 2011.