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/article/hero-shrew-spine-design-glorifies-the-creator
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - When you first look at a hero shrew, you might wonder, “How in the world did this critter get this name?” But these little mole-like creatures are considered to be the Clark Kents of the animal world—their superpowers are hidden...

/article/human-chromosome-2-fusion-never-happened
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - One of the more popular arguments used for humans supposedly evolving from apes is known as the chromosome fusion. The impetus for this concept is the evolutionary problem that apes have an extra pair of chromosomes—humans have 46 while...

/article/monkey-fossil-neogene-quaternary-flood-boundary
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - A newly published analysis of four fossil molar teeth from a monkey dug up along the left bank of the Yuruá River in the Peruvian Amazon is causing a great deal of evolutionary confusion.1 The problem is that this particular type of monkey...

/article/asymptomatic-covid-19-cases-good-and-bad-news
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - New testing kits provide a rapid and fairly accurate method of assessing coronavirus infection. In one new study using these kits, the results are revealing some new underlying trends in the COVID-19 pandemic.1,2 In some ways, these results are...

/article/clock-synchronization-plants-divine-engineering
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Biological systems that allow organisms to function, grow, and adapt bear the hallmarks of being exquisitely engineered. These complex systems exhibit the same design principles that human engineers use to create successful machines and devices....

/article/new-york-covid-19-infections-derived-from-europe
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - New York City has become one of the largest epicenters of confirmed cases in the United States for coronavirus infections. Now, a new research study recently submitted and awaiting the peer review process shows that many of these infections showing...

/article/viruses-make-good-food-for-sea-creatures
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - In the midst of this current coronavirus crisis, we would like to remind our readers that although we live in a fallen and corrupted creation where many things are out-of-whack and even harmful, many things are still serving important...

/article/neanderthal-dna-muddles-evolutionary-story
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Neanderthals are classified by evolutionists as archaic humans given that both their DNA and bones are essentially human. Yet, new stories constantly hit the headlines with the supposedly shocking news that anatomically modern humans and...

/article/high-speed-bird-communication-is-complex
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - High-speed creature communication has been making the news recently. There was underwater research on deep-sea squid,1 and now bird communication. In fact, the rapid signaling discovered in the honeyeater bird is all part of an intricate multi-part...

/article/new-study-confirms-coronavirus-quarantine-period
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Medical researchers at Johns Hopkins University have been quickly gathering data from the recent coronavirus outbreak and then evaluating health care policy in light of the new results. A new study has been released based on an analysis of new...

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