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Pseudogenes at Work

Pseudogenes are important in gene regulation and other activities.

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“Silent” Substitutions Make a Difference

Changing a DNA sequence can affect a protein even if it does not change the amino acid sequence.

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Fossil Humans and Fossil Apes

The iconic “March of Progress” is misleading

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Does the Bible Teach that the Earth is Flat?

This article critically examines the purported biblical evidence brought forward to support the belief that the earth is flat. Originally published in the October 2019 issue of Reflections, newsletter of the Biblical Research Institute.

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Surprising Molecules from Dinosaurs

Claims of dinosaur DNA stir controversy

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Review—The Riot and the Dance: Water

New nature documentary by Dr. Gordon Wilson premiers on March 6.

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Cambrian Complexity

Cambrian arthropods were as complex as living species

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Sea Lilies – Another Explosion

The "Cambrian explosion" is a term used to describe the abrupt appearance in the fossil record of major animal phyla, without intermediate forms in lower layers. This pattern of abrupt appearance can be observed for many groups of organisms, including crinoids (sea lilies).

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Hybridization May Produce New Species

Several species of longwing butterflies are discovered to be hybrids.

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Coal, Oil, Fire, Volcanoes, and Earthquakes— A Review of an E.G. White Statement on the Flood

An evaluation of several assertions made by E.G. White concerning the formation of coal, petroleum, and the cause of volcanoes and earthquakes in the light of current scientific knowledge.

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Understanding the Theory of Evolution

The theory of evolution has pervaded most fields of knowledge. Therefore, it is important to know the fundamentals of this theory in order to understand how this ideology influences interpretations of data from nature and differs from the biblical creation model of the origin of life forms.

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A Genomic Code for Chromosomal Structure

Chromosomes regulate their own structure through their sequences of non-protein-coding DNA.

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Design in Crane Fly Eyes

Fossilized crane fly eyes discovered to be calcified and have melanin

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A Mechanism for Rapid Change in Species

Cichlid fish in Nicaraguan lakes show evidence of rapid change.

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Human Genetic Degeneration

An average of 70 mutations occur in each person.

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You Become What You Eat?

The type of bacteria in the gut influences the way fruit flies adapt to different environments.

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What Do Fossils Tell Us?

Fossils are remains or other evidence of organisms that lived in the past and are preserved in the rocks. How did they form and what can we learn from them?

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The Christian and Big Bang Cosmology

Does the Big Bang Theory integrate directly with the biblical cosmogony? Should individual Christians feel intellectually obligated to adopt and defend the Big Bang Theory? Article published on Perspective Digest, v.24/4.

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How Can Miracles Be Possible?

The denial of miracles is a recent phenomenon based on how modernity has chosen to understand the workings of nature and what is possible in it. Belief in a personal God (theism), however, argues that through God’s actions, an event that is naturally impossible can be transformed into a real historical event. This article was originally published in Perspective Digest, v. 24/2.

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Biblical Creation and Ancient Near Eastern Evolutionary Ideas

Ancient Near Eastern views should be considered part of the history of the idea of evolution. The biblical Creation account, in describing the divine actions through which God actually brought the cosmos into existence, was likely deconstructing the alternative theories or speculations of origins available in the Ancient Near East. Consequently, the biblical narrative can be used as well to deconstruct contemporary cosmogonies and evolution. This article was originally published on Perspective Digest, v.24/3.

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