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/article/fossil-coconut
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Some recent science news stories have come out describing fossils of insects feeding on plants supposedly many “millions of years ago.” What is amazing is the fossil plants and insects are just like the ones we find alive today.1 All...

/article/resurrecting-ancient-enzymes
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The most abundant protein on Earth is probably an enzyme (biological catalyst) called RuBisCO (or Rubisco) designed by the Creator to function in photosynthesis.1 Specifically, Rubisco combines carbon dioxide (CO2) with a 5-carbon sugar called RuBP....

/article/big-bacterium-a-missing-link
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Bacteria are tiny single-cell organisms that show a huge range of metabolic and genetic variation, and also exist in a wide array of shapes and sizes. Bacteria, which are classed among the life forms called prokaryotes, are a part of the three...

/article/rna-viruses-ocean
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - An international team of scientists onboard the schooner Tara is conducting an ongoing oceanic global study. The research is part of the Tara Oceans Consortium and has identified 5,500 new RNA virus species that represent all five known RNA virus...

/article/hubble-most-distant-star
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Since its launch 32 years ago, the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has taken incredible pictures of the universe. Recently, with the aid of a phenomenon called gravitational lensing, the Hubble took a remarkable picture of a star called Earendel....

/article/no-sign-of-beetle-evolution
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - The world is alive with beetles! A 2022 study by 17 biologists states, “Beetles constitute the most biodiverse animal order with over 380 000 described species and possibly several million more yet unnamed.”1 Why are there so many...

/article/nasa-announces-5000-exoplanets
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Evolutionary scientists would like nothing better than to find life (in any form) outside Earth. But so far this has been lacking. The pages of the book on astrobiology (the study of life in the universe) remain blank, figuratively speaking....

/article/hypercarnivore-discovered
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - In 1988 a fossil jaw was discovered by paleontologists in San Diego County, California. Decades later the scientists determined it belonged to a relatively unknown carnivore species of the machaeroidines (saber-toothed, placental mammals). The...

/article/ice-age-volcanism
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Evidence continues to accumulate that the Genesis Flood caused an ice age lasting hundreds of years.1 Creation scientists maintain there are two significant climate factors needed for an ice age. First, warm oceans are needed to increase...

/article/parasites-actively-adapt
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Although we see much beauty in God’s creation, we cannot help but see Earth as a perfect world gone wrong. Conditions such as cancer, COVID, and carnivores reminds us this world has been cursed due to the sin of our first parents. Cursed...

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