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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 17, Issue 1
Published April 2003
124 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–5 Cold oxygen isotope values add
                to the mystery of warm climate wood in NE CanadaCold oxygen isotope values add to the mystery of warm climate wood in NE Canada
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–6 Transient lunar phenomena: a
                permanent problem for evolutionary models of Moon formationTransient lunar phenomena: a permanent problem for evolutionary models of Moon formation
Perspective by Don B. DeYoung
6–8 The 'cool-tropics paradox' in
                palaeoclimatology The 'cool-tropics paradox' in palaeoclimatology
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–10 Greater than
                            98% Chimp/human DNA similarity? Not any more. Greater than 98% Chimp/human DNA similarity? Not any more.
Perspective by David DeWitt
10–11 Clear picture—blurry
                            story? Clear picture—blurry story?
Perspective by Tas Walker
11–13 Extrasolar
                            planets suggest our solar system is unique and young Extrasolar planets suggest our solar system is unique and young
Perspective by Ron Bernitt
13–15 Large and systematic regional-scale
                errors in Middle Eastern carbon-14 dating Large and systematic regional-scale errors in Middle Eastern carbon-14 dating
Perspective by John Woodmorappe
15–17 Revised dating for 'Little Foot'
                and other Sterkfontein fossil hominoid remainsRevised dating for 'Little Foot' and other Sterkfontein fossil hominoid remains
Perspective by Greg Beasley
18–19 Ancon sheep:
                            just another loss mutation Ancon sheep: just another loss mutation
Perspective by Jerry Bergman
19–21 Jumping paradigmsJumping paradigms
Perspective by Alexander R. Williams
21–23 Genetics and
                            Biblical demographic events Genetics and Biblical demographic events
Perspective by C.W. Nelson
23–25 Life by chance? Studies on folate
                co-enzymes add weight to that impossibilityLife by chance? Studies on folate co-enzymes add weight to that impossibility
Perspective by Ian Macreadie
26–32 Does the acquisition
                    of antibiotic and pesticide resistance provide evidence for evolution? Does the acquisition of antibiotic and pesticide resistance provide evidence for evolution?
Overview by Jerry Bergman
33–41 The evolution
                            of feathers: a major problem for Darwinism The evolution of feathers: a major problem for Darwinism
Overview by Jerry Bergman
42–44 Mishandling Scripture Mishandling Scripture
Book Review by Steve Wynalda
45–46 Adam's first task Adam's first task
Book Review by Derel Briarley
47–52 Pseudogene
                            function: regulation of gene expression Pseudogene function: regulation of gene expression
Countering the Critic Article by John Woodmorappe
53–54 Subaqueously welded ash flow
                tuffs Subaqueously welded ash flow tuffs
Letter to the Editor by C.R. Froede Jr
54–59 Dinosaur footprints,
                            fish traces and the Flood Dinosaur footprints, fish traces and the Flood
Letter to the Editor by P.A. Garner, M. Garton, R.H. Johnston, S.J. Robinson and D.J. Tyler
59–62 Filling the details in Humphreys'
                cosmology Filling the details in Humphreys' cosmology
Letter to the Editor by A.S. Kulikovsky
62–63 Was Mount Ararat a submarine
                stratovolcano? Was Mount Ararat a submarine stratovolcano?
Letter to the Editor by M. Hunter
64–65 Does the new neutrino model ignore
                helioseismic data and imply a billion-year age for the Sun? Does the new neutrino model ignore helioseismic data and imply a billion-year age for the Sun?
Letter to the Editor by R. Bernitt
65–66 Can more dark matter solve some
                problems? Can more dark matter solve some problems?
Letter to the Editor by H. Mouton
67–69 Soviet scientists and academics
                debate Creation-evolution issue Soviet scientists and academics debate Creation-evolution issue
Viewpoint by Alexander Lalomov, Anatoliy Lisovsky and Paul Gibson
70–72 Role of educational
                            factors in college students' creation worldview Role of educational factors in college students’ creation worldview
Research Note by Steve Deckard, Chard Berndt, Mary Filakouridis, Tim Iverson and David A. DeWitt
73–79 Look-back time in our galactic
                neighborhood leads to a new cosmogony Look-back time in our galactic neighborhood leads to a new cosmogony
Paper by John G. Hartnett
80–87 British scriptural
                            geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 9 British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 9
Paper by Terry Mortenson
88–94 Bird evolution:
                            discontinuities and reversals Bird evolution: discontinuities and reversals
Paper by John Woodmorappe
95–102 Preliminary
                            observations of the pygidial gland of the Bombardier Beetle, <em>Brachinus sp.</em> Preliminary observations of the pygidial gland of the Bombardier Beetle, Brachinus sp.
Paper by Mark H. Armitage and Luke Mullisen
103–110 Our eye movements
                            and their control: part 2 Our eye movements and their control: part 2
Paper by Peter Gurney
111–116 Impact of a
                            young-earth creationist apologetics course on student creation worldview Impact of a young-earth creationist apologetics course on student creation worldview
Paper by Tom Henderson, Steve Deckard and David A. DeWitt
117–127 Protein mutational context dependence:
                            a challenge to neo-Darwinism theory: part 1 Protein mutational context dependence: a challenge to neo-Darwinism theory: part 1
Paper by Royal Truman

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