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Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The origin of the oceans has long been a puzzle to secular scientists.1 Recently, however, progress has been made. Evolutionists are suggesting a novel idea regarding the source of Earth’s oceans—and it sounds quite biblical. In 2010,...

/article/dna-repair-research-astounding-complexity
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - You have been designed with many trillions of cells. Within the nucleus of each cell (except for red blood cells) is the “molecule of life” called DNA. It’s organized into chromosomes (humans have 46) upon which many thousands...

/article/photosynthesis-clearly-designed-from-beginning
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Unique structures in rare bacteria suggest the amazing process of photosynthesis is much “older” than evolutionists assumed. Photosynthesis is the process of turning sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into sugar and oxygen. There...

The  Syrinx Song - Jul 31, 2019
/article/the-syrinx-song
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The rippling murmur of a mountain brook, the intertwining notes of a Chopin nocturne, and the melodious sounds of most birds are a tonic to soothe the soul. What makes the unique sounds of birds is a structure called the syrinx, found at a...

/article/anti-gravity-water-transport-in-trees
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Transporting water up a tree ten stories high from the roots to the leaves is no easy feat. How is this accomplished? The answer lies in tiny, specially designed vessels called xylem—plus a combination of other factors. Scientists are...

/article/virus-infecting-bacteria-creation-sophistication
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - You might recall that viruses act as miniscule infectious agents. They forcibly enter a cell and conquer its molecular machinery. The cell is instructed, via viral DNA, to stop making its normal cellular parts and instead make more viruses by...

/article/bee-brains-arent-pea-brains
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - In 2005, biologists were stunned to discover that humans might not all look the same to honeybees. A study has found that bees can learn to recognize human faces in photos, and remember them for at least two days.1 Twelve years later, Science...

/article/fossilized-school-of-fish
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - “I can’t picture a three-dimensional school of fish sinking to the bottom and maintaining all their relative positions,” said Dr. Plotnick, paleontologist at the University of Illinois at Chicago. “That makes no sense to...

/article/your-flowers-are-listening
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Botanists have known for decades that plants aren’t just static entities that simply photosynthesize and reproduce. Indeed, plants read the living world around them with an incredible display of clearly designed sensory features that...

/article/cambrian-explosion-continues-perplex-evolutionists
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - One of the more compelling evidences for the creation model is found in the Cambrian sedimentary layers dated by evolutionists to have formed 500 to 541 million years ago. Almost all the major groups of sea life, including fish (vertebrates) and the...

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