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Feb
19
A Scaled Mammal
Psalm 105:5
"Remember his marvellous works that he hath done; his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth;"
Its long, slender, scale-covered body glides along the ground on four short legs, each of which has sharp claws. Its slender head has no teeth. It will not seek to hurt you, but if it feels...
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Embryology

Can You Trust Your Textbook?

Author: 
Ian Taylor

Human appendix1. Public school textbooks on Biology, Earth sciences, and Human society generally well-present the facts; it is the interpretation of those facts that is currently under fire and of concern. Without exception, the interpretation is from the evolutionary perspective and serves to colour the very words that are used in the text. Textbooks on Human anthropology are notoriously bad in this respect.

Footnotes: 

Illustration: Though the appendix is now known to play an essential part in the immune system, evolutionists persist in calling it a vestigial organ. 

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