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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 19, Issue 1
Published April 2005
127 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3 No joy for junkies No joy for junkies
Perspective by Don Batten
4–6 Rocks in the making Rocks in the making
Perspective by Emil Silvestru
6–7 Jonah and <em>Leedsichthys problematicus</em>, the problem fish Jonah and Leedsichthys problematicus, the problem fish
Perspective by Matthew Murdock
8 Flat leaves—a curly problem Flat leaves—a curly problem
Perspective by David Catchpoole
9–10 Beautiful black and blue butterflies Beautiful black and blue butterflies
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
11–13 The Messinian salinity crisis questioned The Messinian salinity crisis questioned
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
14–15 Green power: God’s solar power plants amaze chemists Green power: God’s solar power plants amaze chemists
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
16–17 ‘Ripples’ of galaxies—another blow to
                    the big bang ‘Ripples’ of galaxies—another blow to the big bang
Perspective by Jason Lisle
17–18 Scandalous first dates for Neandertals Scandalous first dates for Neandertals
Perspective by Matthew Murdock
19 New discovery makes habitable worlds even less likely New discovery makes habitable worlds even less likely
Perspective by Justin K. Taylor
20–21 Haldane’s dilemma has not been solved Haldane’s dilemma has not been solved
Perspective by Don Batten
22–32 Fossil evidence
                            for alleged apemen—Part 1: the genus <em>Homo</em> Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 1: the genus Homo
Overview by Peter Line
33–42 Fossil evidence
                            for alleged apemen—Part 2: non-<em>Homo</em> hominids Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 2: non-Homo hominids
Overview by Peter Line
43–45 The evolution of
                            an idea The evolution of an idea
A review of Evolution: The Remarkable History of a Scientific Theory by Edward J. Larson
Book Review by Lael Weinberger
46–50 The fog of fiction
                        blankets the landscape of facts The fog of fiction blankets the landscape of facts
A review of Evolution, 3rd edition by Mark Ridley
Book Review by Don Moeller
51–56 The science of good questions The science of good questions
A review of Science as a Way of Knowing: The Foundations of Modern Biology by John A. Moore
Book Review by Alex Williams
57–59 Mitochondrial Eve and biblical Eve are looking good: criticism
                    of young age is premature Mitochondrial Eve and biblical Eve are looking good: criticism of young age is premature
Countering the Critic Article by Carl Wieland
60 Record high-redshift galaxy is probably spurious Record high-redshift galaxy is probably spurious
Letter to the Editor by John Hartnett
60 Vitamin C and Indian fruit bats Vitamin C and Indian fruit bats
Letter to the Editor by Jean K. Lightner
60 New Ark landing place New Ark landing place
Letter to the Editor by Brian R. Rucker
60 Animal suffering Animal suffering
Letter to the Editor by John Woodmorappe
61–64 Can recombination produce new genetic information? Can recombination produce new genetic information?
Viewpoint by C.W. Nelson
65–72 A possible post-Flood human migration route A possible post-Flood human migration route
Viewpoint by Lawson L. Schroeder
73–81 A creationist cosmology in a galactocentric universe A creationist cosmology in a galactocentric universe
Paper by John Hartnett
82–87 Dark matter and a cosmological constant in a creationist
                    cosmology? Dark matter and a cosmological constant in a creationist cosmology?
Paper by John Hartnett
88–96 Did a jaw muscle protein mutation lead to increased cranial
                    capacity in man? Did a jaw muscle protein mutation lead to increased cranial capacity in man?
Paper by David A. DeWitt
97–106 The Milky Way Galaxy: young at heart? The Milky Way Galaxy: young at heart?
Paper by Bill Worraker
107–112 Are ‘defective’ knee joints evidence for Darwinism? Are ‘defective’ knee joints evidence for Darwinism?
Paper by Jerry Bergman
113–125 Cost theory and the cost of substitution—a clarification Cost theory and the cost of substitution—a clarification
Paper by Walter J. ReMine
126–127 A legacy of ideas: Roy D. Holt, 1955–2003 A legacy of ideas: Roy D. Holt, 1955–2003
by D. Russell Humphreys

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