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Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - The first rough drafts of the human genome were reported in 2001 (one in the private sector and one in the public sector).1-2 Since then, after 20 years of intensive globally conducted research, the data has revealed a wealth of complexity that has...

/article/the-fossils-still-say-no-evolution-land-vertebrate
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - One of the biggest hurdles for evolution to overcome is the transition of creatures from living in water to living on land. In the previous article, I showed how all of the alleged aquatic ancestors that were supposedly evolutionary precursors of...

/article/human-high-altitude-habitation-adaptive-design
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Humans have the remarkable ability to inhabit high altitudes where living conditions are especially harsh and challenging. A new study in Genome Biology and Evolution has shown that specifically directed epigenetic modifications to various places in...

/article/the-fossils-still-say-no-fins-to-feet-transition
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - One of the alleged greatest transformations in vertebrate evolution is said to be the emergence of creatures that traded fins for feet and transitioned from water to land.1-3 In other words, fish somehow evolved the numerous anatomical and...

/article/butterfly-wing-design-repudiates-evolution
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - The takeoff and flight of butterflies has long been derided by evolutionists as being an unstable and inefficient product of evolution. However, a new study has shown that the spectacular complexity and efficiency of butterfly wing design is an...

/article/the-fossils-still-say-no-mystery-jawed-vertebrates
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - One of the greatest unsolved mysteries in the grand scheme of evolution is the transition between jawless and jawed vertebrates. In a previous article, I documented how jawless vertebrate fish appeared along with a host of creatures with diverse...

/article/human-genome-radically-different-from-chimp
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - All plant and animal genomes studied so far exhibit complex and distinct three-dimensional (3-D) structures in their chromosome configurations depending on the type of cell (e.g., heart, liver, brain, etc.). Given the incredible variability among...

/article/the-fossils-still-say-no-the-origin-of-vertebrates
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - One of the greatest problems for evolutionists is the sudden appearance of complex animal life with no evolutionary precursors, as seen in the Cambrian Explosion.1 But equally problematic is how complex creatures with backbones (vertebrates)...

/article/hyperbaric-research-and-the-pre-flood-atmosphere
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Creationists have long speculated about the earth’s environment prior to the global Flood—conditions which may have contributed to the long human life spans recorded in the Biblical record of Genesis. Specifically, it has been...

/article/sahelanthropus-femur-likely-makes-it-a-chimp
Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D. - Nearly 20 years ago, a team of anthropologists presented the finding of a fossil skull that was very chimp-like in many respects.1 However, the skull had several unusual features that led to the claim that the ape-like creature was an early bipedal...

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