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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...

/article/lobster-microbiome
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Research continues regarding complex and amazing microbiomes found on or within a variety of creatures.1 The microbiome is a microbial community occupying a specific habitat, such as bacteria (diptheroids) living on the surface of your skin,...

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Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Now this is exciting: “Geologists have found the fossil of the earliest known animal predator. The 560-million-year-old specimen is the first of its kind, but it is related to a group of animals that includes corals, jellyfish and [sea]...

/article/CET-model-in-plants-is-clearly-seen
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Plant scientists have known for decades that plants aren’t just static entities. The half-million or more species of plants in the world display incredible design features and complex interactions with other plants. Through the decades,...

/article/half-billion-year-old-fossil-brains
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Once again, a recent and remarkable fossil discovery has been made challenging evolutionary theory. A strange arthropod (i.e. a radiodont) has been found in the Cambrian strata of the geologic column. Evolutionists reported a supposed primordial...

/article/yuanchuavis
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - In 2021, a fossil of an evidently beautiful bird the size of a bluejay was unearthed from sedimentary deposits in northeastern China. The bird—named Yuanchuavis—had a unique combination of different types of tail feathers not seen...

/article/speciation-bears-birds-bacteria
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Speciation may be defined as the separation of populations of animals or plants that resemble one another closely and originally able to interbreed—into independent populations with genetic differences, and sometimes not able to interbreed...

/article/how-bat-get-its-wings
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Where did bats come from? Evolutionists presuppose that some kind of rodent received just the right mutations to over “a few million years” turn its front legs into exceptionally aerodynamic wings.1 If true, the fossil record...

/article/paddlefish-american
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Evolutionists consider the freshwater paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) of the class Actinopterygii to be a prehistoric creature, a primitive bony fish “50 million years” older than the dinosaurs—making the freshwater paddlefish...

/article/plesiosaur-locomotion
Frank Sherwin, D.Sc. (Hon.) - Plesiosaurs (“near lizards”) were an amazing group of aquatic reptiles. Their clear design includes unique flippers and streamlined bodies with long necks. Evolutionists maintain many millions of years ago fish evolved into...

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