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/article/galapagos-islands-laboratory-of-evolution
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - A recent Livescience article1 is entitled “The Galápagos Islands: Laboratory of Evolution.” It addresses, among other things, “unique examples of plant and animal life.” The islands contain a variety of biota (the...

/article/phenomenally-designed-hemoglobin
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Hemoglobin is an iron-containing respiratory protein in red blood cells that binds oxygen and then transports and releases it to cells that need oxygen. It’s designed as four subunits (two alpha and two beta chains), each with an...

/article/coffee-drinkers-take-heart
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Coffee has nutritional benefits! Scientists in Duesseldorf, Germany, report, Caffeine consumption has been associated with lower risks for multiple diseases, including type II diabetes, heart disease, and stroke...1   Coffee has...

/article/bacteria-help-us-survive
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Within the past 20 years or so, dozens of papers have been written regarding the human microbiome. Microbiota inhabit a variety of niches in the human body, with the gut being the primary location. Remarkably, “The human gut has the highest...

/article/dna-paramedics-repair-chromosomes
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - In the mid-1800s, a mild Augustinian friar named Gregor Mendel crossbred pea plants and pioneered the beginnings of understanding inherited traits. Genetics has come a long way since then. Neither Mendel nor Charles Darwin knew anything about...

/article/bees-really-smart
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - “These are, high, high, highly intelligent creatures,” said conservation biologist Reese Halter.1   Halter was speaking of the fascinating bee. Bees are already famous regarding their ability to communicate with other bees...

/article/horseshoe-crabs-living-fossils-living-laboratories
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The horseshoe crab is a marine arthropod and a testimony to the creative design and organization of God’s living creation. These odd crabs look much like crustaceans (lobsters, crabs and shrimp), but belong to a group of the subphylum...

/article/hasty-concretion-formation
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Concretions are remarkable geological curiosities. They are spherical carbonate formations composed of mineral cement. Concretions are found near and far, from Western Kazakhstan to beaches in California. Usually the size of cannonballs, they form...

/article/designed-interface-eye-microbiome
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Researchers have discovered unique microbial communities on and in our skin, mouth, gut, and airways. This collection of viruses, bacteria, and fungi is called the microbiome. The human immune system’s amazing regulation of our microbiome...

/article/christians-conservation
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Why should Christians care about conservation? What is the “dominion mandate”? And how can we best steward the resources God has given us? Zoologist and Research Associate Frank Sherwin describes the biblical and scientific...

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