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/article/tully-monster-has-the-last-laugh-on-evolution
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The pre-Flood world was teeming with some pretty amazing animals. Then the Flood came, rapidly burying and entombing trillions of creatures in sediments that lithified into rocks such as shale, limestone, and sandstone. A fossil of one of the...

/article/was-a-fossil-fish-hand-discovered
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - In order for the bizarre theory of evolution to be validated, evolutionists must show how inorganic non-life organized itself into carbon-based (organic) life. They also must show how major transitions in animals occurred, including how fish became...

An Ocean of Viruses - May 29, 2020
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Frank Sherwin, M.A. - A virus is a very tiny structure that, in its simplest definition, is some nucleic acid (either DNA or RNA) packed inside a protein coat. Viruses can’t live on their own—they are designed to replicate inside living cells. Not all...

/article/invasion-of-the-giant-lizards
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - We are already contending with the COVID-19 virus and the recent spate of murder hornets in the Pacific Northwest, but now sobering news coming out of Georgia sounds like a B-level horror movie. According to the Georgia Department of Natural...

/article/avian-ventilation-and-ventilators
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - During this time of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, medical science is seeking a vaccine as well as drugs that will treat the symptoms. In the meantime, much has been reported on the ventilator, a lifesaving device that is used on the most...

/article/bats-have-always-been-bats
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Bats have been in the news lately,1 but bats themselves are not new—they were created on Day 5 of Creation Week, along with other flying creatures. Bats are a large and fascinating group of flying mammals. They include 1,240 species. Not...

/article/sweden-herd-immunity
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Despite criticism from the world medical community, Sweden has taken a more relaxed approach to the COVID-19 threat. It has not initiated a nationwide lockdown and, as of April 15, scientists are starting to see a welcome plateau in coronavirus...

Asteroid or Adam? - Apr 20, 2020
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Frank Sherwin, M.A. - “Were it not for the asteroid, humans would never have evolved,” said Ian Miller, curator of paleobotany and director of earth and space sciences at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.1 Such is the science of evolution that...

/article/new-pterosaur-discovered
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Pterosaurs were amazing flying reptiles that came in all shapes and sizes.1 Not surprisingly, when these bizarre creatures are found in the fossil record they are 100% flying reptiles. Some achieve the size of a fighter jet, such as Quetzalcoatlus...

/article/discovery-of-smallest-known-mesozoic-bird
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Evolutionists are celebrating the discovery of what they claim is a small dinosaur skull trapped in Burmese amber.1 Oculudentavis khaungraae is declared to be a tiny Mesozoic dinosaur that is 99 million years old. Yet, the physical traits point...

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