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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Northern Canadian lakes were the source of recently discovered unique photosynthetic bacteria of the phylum Chloroflexota. After years of culturing, cultivating, and incubating water samples from Boreal Shield lake, University of Waterloo...

/article/marine-fossil-tapeworm-still-tapeworm
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The Flood was both sudden and rapid. The burial of creatures—including delicate plants and soft-bodied animals like jellyfish1—occasionally resulted in amazing preservation.2 Parasites are a sad fact of life ever since the Fall...

/article/bees-master-through-social-interaction
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Bees are simply incredible.1,2 These little furry fliers challenge the very foundation of Darwinism in many diverse ways. Bees have been delighting creationists for generations. These intelligent creatures can distinguish different humans...

/article/tail-mans-supposed-ancestors
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Although it has been known for decades and despite insistence to the contrary from the evolutionary community, man—Homo sapiens—has never had a tail.1–3 Recently, science writer Jennifer Zieba stated in LiveScience,...

/article/sun-and-moon-designed-for-eclipses
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Before discovering thousands of planets in other solar systems, scientists tended to assume that other solar systems would be very similar to our own. Yet this is turning out not to be the case. Indeed, NASA science writer Pat Brennan said about...

/article/plant-receptors-control-immunity-development
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - God has designed plants to continuously track their environment.1 They do so with specially designed detectors (also called receptors) on the surface of their cells. Such detectors are critical in a host of biological processes such as...

/article/enigmatic-fossil-plants
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The pre-Flood world thousands of years ago was unlike the world of today.1 Unfamiliar animals and plants were common, and there were a lot of them. Pre-Flood plants were buried in Flood sediments and fossilized. Petrified trees are found in...

/article/surprisingly-colorful-fossil-snail-shells
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Finding organic compounds such as flexible dinosaur collagen and complete bone cells1,2 is becoming common, much to the shock and consternation of the evolutionary community. We can now add to the growing list a recently discovered organic...

/article/mystery-moths-warning-sound
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Insects of all types continue to amaze entomologists with their design and physiology. Cleveland Hickman, Jr., et al. stated, “insect ears are beautifully designed to detect the sound of a potential mate, a rival male, or a...

/article/algal-microfossils-no-evolution
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Creation scientists maintain that if something is living, then it’s automatically complex. This applies to organisms ranging from a single bacterium (a prokaryote, such as E. coli) to a blue whale (a mammal composed of untold trillions of...

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