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"Stone Age" Surgery - Sep 26, 2022
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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The creation model states that humans were created by God about six thousand years ago—as opposed to evolution that says we came from apes over millions of years. If creation is true, then humans have always been humans, complete with...

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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The majority of zoologists and vertebrate paleontologists believe that birds are actually flying dinosaurs. This even includes the world’s smallest bird, the bee hummingbird of Cuba. Some scientists recently reported that they could...

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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - In 2020, an interesting evaluation of human evolution was made by a Scientific American science writer.  The human saga, we now understand, is far more intricate than scholars of yore envisioned. The tidy tropes of our prehistory have...

Mucin in the Mucous - Sep 12, 2022
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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Most readers would rather avoid the topic of mucous. It’s hardly a dinner-table subject! Regardless, our lives depend on this watery, mucilaginous material found in most creatures—vertebrate and invertebrate—including bacteria and...

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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Evolution is so flexible! It can be fast1 or slow.2 It can go forward or backward.3 It can add or eliminate structures—such as the alleged loss of parts of our voice box (larynx). Apparently, it can do anything that secular researchers need it...

/article/amazing-moth-compass
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Most of us are familiar with the incredible ability of different animal groups to migrate (such as birds).1,2 But what about invertebrates? Recently, scientists discovered that a moth called the death’s-head hawkmoth (as well as the...

/article/venus-flytraps-snap
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The Venus flytrap is one of the more unusual plants in God’s creation. It grows naturally only on the East Coast of the United States and has the fascinating ability to snap up unsuspecting insects with its uniquely designed leaves....

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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - We appreciate the beautiful butterfly, but not so much the pesky moth. However, the wing structure of both creatures is amazing, “The wings of moths and butterflies are densely covered in scales that exhibit intricate shapes and sculptured...

/article/the-incredible-canine-sniffer
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - As any dog owner will tell you, the smelling ability of Rover is incredible.1 Surprisingly, however, “little is known about the structure of their olfactory [smelling] system.”2 And what scientists do know about the anatomy and...

Brainy Paper Wasps - Aug 10, 2022
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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Wasps (Family Vespidae) have a bad rap, but their benefits actually outweigh their painful sting—although many would disagree! What is the function of these creatures? To begin with, they’re more interested in attacking insect pests...

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