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Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Insects are ubiquitous on Earth. They fly through the air, live in trees, walk on or under the ground, and even live or hunt in water. Some are appreciated, some are not, but they are critical to the food chain. They pollinate plants, help...

/article/codons-not-degenerate-after-all
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - A popular meme of evolutionary speculation is the belief that many DNA sequences in the genome have the capacity to freely mutate and thus can function as a mechanism for creating new selectable traits that help creatures evolve. This idea was...

/article/are-evolution-and-adaptation-the-same
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Due to the bombardment of evolutionary propaganda, most people think the terms evolution and adaptation basically represent the same thing. But nothing could be further from the truth. When one has a proper understanding of how creatures adapt...

/article/moth-fossils-evolution
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Recently, moth fossils imbedded in both ancient amber and rocks have been analyzed in excruciating detail. Using a variety of high-powered microscopes, scientists wanted to see how much evolution occurred in the alleged 200 million years...

/article/denisovan-dna-shown-human
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Denisovans are ancient humans represented by various teeth and a finger bone found in a Siberian cave. Their claim to fame is largely based on the DNA extracted from these few fragments of human remains. According to evolutionists, they are more...

/article/abiogenesis-water-oxygen-problems
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - In addition to original research and data analysis on important themes in the origins debate, ICR scientists also evaluate the progress of secular research reported in many scientific publications. One of the fruits of this research was noted in...

/article/a-3-d-praying-mantis-vision-confounds
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - In the animal kingdom, many types of creatures use stereo vision to determine the distances between them and visible objects. In humans, each of our eyes records a slightly different version of what is observed. These two different views are then...

/article/impossibility-lifes-evolutionary-beginnings
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - The hypothetical naturalistic origin of life and its most basic biomolecules from non-living matter is called abiogenesis. This paradigm lies at the very foundation of biological evolution, but the immensity of its naturalistic improbability is...

/article/planaria-genome-loaded-with-design
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - The planaria, a type of flatworm, has an amazing capacity to regenerate a new body from just fragments of tissue. Its genome has just been sequenced. The surprising result is a completely unexpected evolutionary conundrum. Planarians (S....

/article/human-traits-not-so-simple-after-all
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Many people were told in biology class that some basic human traits reflect simple genetic principles. One example is how earlobes are attached. When I was in high school, our biology teacher told us to examine each other’s ears and see how...

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