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/article/irish-bacteria-could-stop-superbugs
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - We’re all familiar with antibiotic resistance building in the human population.1 Antibiotics are widely prescribed, but many are largely unnecessary. This contributes to the development of “superbugs.”2   Evolutionists...

/article/termite-nest-architectural-design-is-clearly-seen
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Termites (order Isoptera) are eusocial—animals with an advanced social organization—insects that can number in the millions, producing something biologists call a superorganism. This is defined as a colony of termites having features...

/article/molecular-language-gut-bacteria
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Every person is an important ecosystem for a wide variety of microorganisms. Whether it’s the bacterial collection of coliforms in our large intestine, streptococci in our mouth, or the diptheroids on our skin, it’s the normal flora...

/article/truly-weird-yellowstone-microbes
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - It’s been known for decades that the hot pools of Yellowstone National Park contain exceptional and robust types of prokaryotic microorganisms called Archaea. Previously known as the archaebacteria, these organisms include methanogens...

/article/photosynthesis-continues-to-amaze
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - One of the most complex biochemical processes in God’s creation is the ability plants possess to take in carbon dioxide and water and, with the aid of sunlight, turn it into energy-rich sugars. Most of us learned about this amazing process...

/article/beetle-mouth-gears-shout-design
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Beetles (order Coleoptera) are a unique but common group of insects easily recognized by the pair of shiny forewings covering their body. These protective wing-cases are called the elytra. Beetles make up almost 40% of the described insects in...

/article/delicate-spider-fossil-discovered
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Discovering fossil spiders has become fairly common.1 Each time they have been 100% spiders, not vague evolutionary ancestors with partial or transitional features.2   Now a whole collection of “ancient” spiders from the...

/article/are-people-and-fruit-flies-related
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - There are around 152,000 named species of flies (the order Diptera) representing approximately 10% of all species on Earth. One genus in particular, the pesky fruit fly Drosophila, is found all around the globe. It’s used in fields of...

/article/geckos-have-holes-in-their-heads
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The lovable, designed gecko makes the news again this year.1 In 2009, it was discovered the gecko had amazing nocturnal vision.2 Even their sophisticated feet that secrete phospholipids, complex membrane molecules, are a wonder of...

/article/not-so-simple-plankton
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Plankton is a generic term for small marine creatures such as algae, bacteria, and protozoa. Although tiny, they are packed with incredibly intricate submicroscopic structures. This complexity isn’t surprising since many of these entities...

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