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/article/first-human-chromosome-fully-sequenced
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Most people might be surprised to learn that the human genome has not been fully sequenced. Gaps still remain that have not yet been bridged because of the nature of the DNA sequence coupled with past limitations on DNA sequencing technology....

/article/electrical-signaling-plants-soil-fungal-network
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - If you were standing in a field of tomatoes, you might be surprised to know that the soil underneath your feet is teeming with electrical signals being sent among plants as described in a new research study.1 These results continue to expand the...

/article/global-agriculture-is-not-a-climate-villain
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - The United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has recently claimed that agriculture is a major producer of greenhouse gases and should be considered a climate “villain.” However, the calculations that formed...

/article/design-principles-optimal-light-harvesting-plants
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Photosynthesis in plants starts with the absorption of light energy from sunlight, but scientists have been baffled as to how plants utilize the noisy solar spectrum to power the photosynthetic process. By applying engineering principles used to...

/article/walton-cosmic-temple-is-a-house-of-cards
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - A series of books and videos by Dr. John Walton, an Old Testament theologian at Wheaton College, has made a huge splash in the evangelical community in recent years, with considerable pushback from biblical creationists.1-7 He presents a...

/article/humans-neanderthals-more-similar-polar-brown-bears
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - A study led by Oxford University researchers was recently published confirming that Neanderthals and humans were very genetically similar and interfertile. They were even closer than polar and brown bears are to each other, which are known to mate...

/article/complex-metabolic-process-fish-startles-evolution
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - A complex metabolic process called Chaperone-Mediated-Autophagy (CMA) was thought to be a recent evolutionary development in land vertebrates as it was only previously documented in mammals and birds. Now it has been found to be fully operational in...

/article/ant-behavior-informs-computer-search-algorithms
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - The social behavior of ants continues to amaze scientists with its complexity and efficiency of organization and design. In a new study, scientists have shown how ant communities foraging for food and other resources embody a complex system of...

/article/divine-engineered-sinus-bacteria-essential-health
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Many people are aware that our digestive tract is full of beneficial bacteria that not only help us process our food, but also support a strong immune system. Now, a new research study has just been published showing the importance of healthy...

/article/plethora-of-life-found-on-sea-turtle-shells
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - An amazing abundance of life can be found in the strangest places—such as the backs of turtles. It was previously known that an array of life was present on the backs of loggerhead sea turtles, and new research shows that it's more...

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