Icons of Evolution, 2000
Writes of 10 evolutionary "icons" that even evolutionists admit are misrepresentations, yet continue to be used as evidence of evolution. These icons include the Miller-Urey experiment, Darwin's tree of life, limb homology, Haeckel's embryos, archaeopteryx, peppered moths, Darwin's finches, 4-winged fruit flies, horse evolution, and ape-to-man evolution.
"Survival of the Fakest," The American Spectator, 1/2001, p19-27.
"I believed - took it as a given - that my science textbooks represented the best scientific knowledge available at that time. It was only when I was finishing my Ph. D. in cell and developmental biology, however, that I noticed what at first I took to be a strange anomaly. The textbook I was using prominently featured drawings of vertebrate embryos - fish, chickens, humans, etc. - where similarities were presented as evidence for descent from a common ancestor. Indeed, the drawings did appear very similar. But I'd been studying embryos for some time, looking at them under a microscope. And I knew that the drawings were just plain wrong. I re-checked all my other textbooks. They all had similar drawings, and they were all obviously wrong."