Vox com has an article on the above subject by Joseph Stromberg. I now quote his article below: On June 9, 2015 the vox com


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Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

  • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

  • May God have all the glory.

  • Pastor Chui

  • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

  • ckchui1@yahoo.com



  • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “The horseshoe crab has long been regarded as a ‘textbook’ example of a ‘living fossil’. Its fossil representatives are found even in layers labeled as Ordovician, supposedly 450 million years old. And they look much the same as modern-day horseshoe crabs; certainly there is no evidence of any substantive evolution in all that massive alleged time.

    • “The blue blood of the animal is also useful for mankind (see also Creation 26(4):24-25, 2004; creation.com/horse-shoe-crab). It has been used for decades to help test for microbial toxins and impurities. Called the Limulus Amebocyte Lysate test (LAL), results are available within the hour and can determine quickly whether someone has a bacterial or a fungal infection.





    “According to a report that described the horseshoe crab as ‘an ancient animal, more than half a billion years old’ researchers are now close to perfecting a synthetic substitute for LAL by ‘cloning their ancient chemical wisdom’.

    • “According to a report that described the horseshoe crab as ‘an ancient animal, more than half a billion years old’ researchers are now close to perfecting a synthetic substitute for LAL by ‘cloning their ancient chemical wisdom’.

    • “The irony is the glib way in which these long timespans are inserted into such discussions, while missing the obvious; that the ‘unevolved’ crab itself is evidence against the very notion of its ‘ancient’ status.”

    • Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.





    Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

    • May God have all the glory.

    • Pastor Chui

    • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

    • ckchui1@yahoo.com



    The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “In an astonishing display of life’s incredible intricacy and diversity, the single-celled pond-dwelling organism Oxytricha trifallax can break its entire genome (complete set of DNA) ‘into nearly a quarter million pieces and rapidly reassemble those pieces when it’s time to mate’. It stores it ‘as thousands of scrambled, encrypted gene pieces.’ Then upon mating, it ‘rummages through’ this jumble of pieces of DNA code, assembling some 225,000 fragments into the correct sequence in some 60 hours.





    Oxytricha is some 10 times the size of a human cell. Whereas we have 46 chromosomes, it has 16,000, and has two nuclei. Active DNA is in one ‘working nucleus’, and the second stores the archive of genetic material destined for the next generation—this is dismantled and rebuilt.

    • Oxytricha is some 10 times the size of a human cell. Whereas we have 46 chromosomes, it has 16,000, and has two nuclei. Active DNA is in one ‘working nucleus’, and the second stores the archive of genetic material destined for the next generation—this is dismantled and rebuilt.

    • “Like many other one-celled organisms, though, it reproduces by binary fission: one cell splits into two cells genetically identical to the first. The purpose of the mating is for DNA exchange, to rejuvenate aging genes and replace them with new ones. One researcher said, ‘It’s kind of like science fiction—they stop aging by trading in their old parts.’”

    • Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.



    Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝

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    Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

    • May God have all the glory.

    • Pastor Chui

    • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

    • ckchui1@yahoo.com



    The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “When we touch something, the traditional view has been that nerve cells (neurons) in our skin send information to the brain, which then processes that information.

    • “But Swedish researchers have found that neurons in our skin do ‘advanced calculations’ to process ‘geometric data’ about objects we touch before the brain does.

    • “These ‘first-order tactile neurons’ then relay that information to the brain. Their calculations are ‘the same type’ as those performed by brain neurons.

    • “Truly, we are ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’ (Psalm 139:14).”

    • Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.





    Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝

    • Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝



    Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

    • May God have all the glory.

    • Pastor Chui

    • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

    • ckchui1@yahoo.com



    The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “It’s enough to make your eyeballs pop out of their sockets—an allegedly 300 million-year-old fossilized fish with the ‘micro’ details of the eye tissue still preserved. Researchers found mineralized rods and cones (light-detecting cells in the retina) in the fossil of Acanthodes bridgei unearthed in Kansas, USA. It’s worth noting that bacteria are thought to play a part in such amazing preservation of detail—along with rapid burial, which obviously is necessary to prevent scavenging.

    • “Humans have the same light-receptor cell types; rods for night vision, and cones for color vision. The researchers concluded that A. bridgei had the same complex neurological mechanisms for color vision as today’s fish.





    “Had it not been so, no doubt it would have been said to be less ‘evolved’—and thus claimed as evidence for evolution. But because the fossil here shows that fish vision was just as complex all those vast alleged eons ago, this becomes evidence that color vision ‘evolved very early’.

    • “Had it not been so, no doubt it would have been said to be less ‘evolved’—and thus claimed as evidence for evolution. But because the fossil here shows that fish vision was just as complex all those vast alleged eons ago, this becomes evidence that color vision ‘evolved very early’.

    • “This is just one more example of how evidence tends to get interpreted to suit a paradigm (belief system).”

    • Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.



    Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝

    • Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝



    Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

    • May God have all the glory.

    • Pastor Chui

    • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

    • ckchui1@yahoo.com



    The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “Chameleons are tree-climbing, insect-eating lizards that are about 17-60 cm (7-24 inches) long. They have a number of remarkable design features, including telephoto eyes, a catapult tongue with a suction cap, and most famously, the ability to change colors quickly.

    • “In our previous chameleon article (Creation 26(4):28-33, 2004; creation.com/chameleon), we discussed how some chameleon colors come from yellow and red pigment cells (chromophores) that can change size, which changes the perceived color. Also, there are large cells containing the brown-black pigment melanin. These have ‘tendrils’ that can shift the pigment to and from the outer skin layers, darkening and lightening the skin.



    “Lately, research from the University of Geneva found an important role for another type of cell, called an ‘iridophore’. This is a type also important for cuttlefish and squid color changes (see Creation 32(1):22-23, 2010; 34(1):23, 2012). Chameleon iridophores contain microscopic crystals of guanine, a DNA base that can also form reflective crystals. For example, it is in the skin of silvery fish, and in the focusing mirrors in spookfish eyes (Creation 31(4):32-33, 2009).

    • “Lately, research from the University of Geneva found an important role for another type of cell, called an ‘iridophore’. This is a type also important for cuttlefish and squid color changes (see Creation 32(1):22-23, 2010; 34(1):23, 2012). Chameleon iridophores contain microscopic crystals of guanine, a DNA base that can also form reflective crystals. For example, it is in the skin of silvery fish, and in the focusing mirrors in spookfish eyes (Creation 31(4):32-33, 2009).

    • “In the chameleon iridophores, guanine crystals are arranged in a very regular triangular pattern, resulting in intense structural colors. Furthermore, the color can be changed quickly by changing the spacing between the crystals. When the chameleon is relaxed, the crystals are closer together, reflecting short wavelengths of light, i.e. blue. If it is agitated, the lattice expands, spreading out the crystals, reflecting longer wavelengths, i.e. yellow and red.





    “Chameleons also have a deeper layer of iridophores, but this one has larger crystals arranged chaotically. This is very good at reflecting the sun’s infrared (‘heat’) radiation, so might be helping to keep the chameleon from overheating.”

    • “Chameleons also have a deeper layer of iridophores, but this one has larger crystals arranged chaotically. This is very good at reflecting the sun’s infrared (‘heat’) radiation, so might be helping to keep the chameleon from overheating.”

    • “Senior author Prof. Michel Milinovitch made the usual vacuous homage to evolution: ‘Chameleons invented something completely new in evolution.’ The actual evidence, stripped of materialistic presuppositions, points to a Designer designing something unique for chameleons.”

    • Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.



    Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝

    • Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝



    Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

    • May God have all the glory.

    • Pastor Chui

    • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

    • ckchui1@yahoo.com



    The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “An abandoned newborn baby boy survived for six days in a drain in Australia’s largest city, Sydney. According to a pediatrician who is also a state politician there, the astonishing outcome was due to the ‘kindness’ of evolution. Andrew McDonald, noting that newborns could survive without fluid for several days, said: ‘It was a very lucky baby. But evolution was kind to us.’

    • “McDonald failed to explain why the built-in mechanisms credited for the baby’s survival should be seen as the result of evolution, rather than good design. Such continued (and mostly fact-free) parroting of evolutionary ‘explanations’ acts to reinforce the whole belief system in many minds.” Thank God for the Creation magazine’s information.





    Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝

    • Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝



    Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and also in PowerPoint slides and corresponding videos in the website http://ChristCenterGospel.org.

    • The contents of this presentation were taken from different sources and in the Internet.

    • May God have all the glory.

    • Pastor Chui

    • http://ChristCenterGospel.org

    • ckchui1@yahoo.com



    The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • The Creation 37(3) 2015 magazine has a short article on the above subject. I now quote the article below:

    • “We have written much about woolly mammoths over the years. In a previous issue (Creation 34(2):47, 2012; creation.com/mammoth-clones), Dr Robert Carter wrote, ‘But what about the goal of cloning a mammoth from frozen tissues? As a geneticist, I say: “‘Fat chance!’ With enough time and money, someone might eventually create a genetically-engineered elephant with mammoth genes in it. This will not be easy as elephants are not a model organism for creating cross-species hybrids (unlike the fruit fly or the bacterium, E. coli, which have been used extensively for such things).”





    “It turns out that it is not at all easy to clone an extinct species of elephant, yet scientists have continued to work toward that goal. A Popular Science article reported the difficulty scientists have had in splicing mammoth DNA into the DNA of elephant cells growing in the laboratory. They started with a culture of skin cells take from an Asian elephant and managed to add the DNA for small ears, subcutaneous fat, hair length, and hair color from a mammoth. This is amazing in its own right, but putting potential issues of morality aside, this is still a far cry from cloning. In fact, it follows from what we wrote three years ago in these very pages.” Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.

    • “It turns out that it is not at all easy to clone an extinct species of elephant, yet scientists have continued to work toward that goal. A Popular Science article reported the difficulty scientists have had in splicing mammoth DNA into the DNA of elephant cells growing in the laboratory. They started with a culture of skin cells take from an Asian elephant and managed to add the DNA for small ears, subcutaneous fat, hair length, and hair color from a mammoth. This is amazing in its own right, but putting potential issues of morality aside, this is still a far cry from cloning. In fact, it follows from what we wrote three years ago in these very pages.” Thank God for the information in the Creation magazine.



    Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝

    • Gloria Deo 愿荣耀归上帝




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