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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Flowers hold a fascination for most people. They have at least a threefold purpose: First for attracting animals (e.g., insects, birds, and mammals) for reproduction via pollination, the second for their medical and aesthetic value, and the third...

/article/four-legged-snake-fossil
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - In 2021, paleontologist Michael Caldwell of the University of Alberta in Canada stated, “There are many evolutionary questions that could be answered by finding a four-legged snake fossil, but only if it is the real deal.”1 Caldwell...

/article/don-rohrer-icon-passes
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - An icon of ICR during the early years was Chief Financial Officer Don Rohrer who was recently ushered into Glory. I first met Don in 1995 while applying to be an ICR speaker and scientist. With a big smile, he grabbed my hand and squeezed it as...

/article/early-land-plant-evolution
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - In a recent Science article, two evolutionists consider land plants (embryophytes) to have evolved from stoneworts (charophyte algae).1 A spore is a haploid (single, unpaired chromosome), which is a single or multicellular reproductive...

/article/ant-and-human-brains
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The book of Proverbs states, “Go to the ant, you sluggard! Consider her ways and be wise” (6:6). Evolutionists went to the ant, not to learn of her God-given ability to gather and store provisions, but to vainly attempt to determine...

/article/another-function-of-junk-dna-discovered
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - For decades, evolutionists suggested that huge sections of our genome (about half) did not actively code for the production of proteins or polypeptides—and so were useless, or “junk DNA.” But unsurprisingly, further research has...

/article/centipede-adaptation-is-divinely-engineered
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Crawly centipedes usually elicit shock and revulsion when they appear in one’s home, the woods, or some other place. They are found from deserts and Amazon forests to surge zones of seashores. Centipedes are not insects but belong to a...

/article/man-smart-from-the-start
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - People have been created with a three-pound brain that scientists will never fully understand. Evolutionists have tried to trace the evolution of the human neurological system (including the brain and spinal cord) from supposedly “lower...

/article/giant-rhinos-are-still-rhinos
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Fossils from two giant rhinos dated by evolutionists to be “22 million years old” in the evolutionary timetable have been discovered in China.1 They were much larger than today’s rhinos and stood at over 20 feet, but they were...

/article/honeybee-design-saves-energy
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Biomimicry is the making of systems or materials that are modeled after flora or fauna found in God’s creation (e.g. the artificial fabric Velcro is modeled after burrs). Scientists have uncovered and learned from many creatures in...

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