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/article/new-zealands-giant-burrowing-bat
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Bats are found throughout America, but in certain areas of the country (e.g., the southwest) bats are the reason tourists visit. They gather and watch these mammals surge into the evening sky. The bats soar from cave systems by the thousands on...

/article/evolution-didnt-make-top-2017-science
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - For decades, secular authors and science writers have reviewed each past year and listed the top accomplishments in the various fields of life and physical sciences. What is common to all these annual reviews is that evolutionary naturalism is...

/article/created-placenta
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The complex mammalian placenta is an organ to which, in a sense, we all owe our lives. It’s formed by the fusion of maternal and embryonic tissues and establishes vascular contact between mother and child at the onset of...

/article/dinosaurs-always-dinosaurs
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - PLOS ONE reported the recent discovery of a megatheropod—a large, two-legged dinosaur much like a T. rex—in Africa.1 The authors of the report gave the impressive dimensions—almost 30 feet long—of the Kayentapus...

/article/trilobites-cant-stomach-darwinism
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Trilobites were fascinating invertebrates that inhabited pre-Flood ocean bottoms. They were fossilized when “primitive” life supposedly was just getting started, but the complexity of these animals is unparalleled. New trilobite...

/article/evolutionists-embrace-time-travel-alternate
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - As the old saying goes, “ABC” or Anything But Creation. In the case of a recent report, evolutionists look to chance and “molecular time travel” (as the article calls it) rather than the Creator as the explanation for...

/article/architecture-engineering-created-creatures
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - “Nature is a pretty impressive engineer,” states evolutionist Daniel Lieberman in an issue of Nature magazine. He notes: The physical world poses many basic challenges, such as gravity, viscosity and pressure gradients, to all...

/article/worlds-most-catastrophic-extinction
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Secular geologists hypothesize five major mass extinctions in Earth history and maintain the most catastrophic of these happened nearly 252 million years ago. This Permian extinction, or Great Dying, supposedly resulted in the loss of 70 percent...

/article/another-complex-cambrian-critter
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Paleontologists have unearthed yet another bizarre creature, this time in British Columbia, Canada, from sediments alleged to be 541 million years old.1,2 Called Capinatator praetermissus, or grasping swimmer, this small sea worm was armed...

/article/dosimpleeyesreflectevolution
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The complexity of the vertebrate eye disturbed Darwin, but he supposed it might have originated millions of years ago through a series of small steps that started with a rudimentary light-sensitive spot. Today, evolutionary theory claims that all...

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