I just read John UpChurch’s article on proprioception, etcetera. It was great. We dealt with all those perception systems last semester in Anatomy and Physiology 1, and they’re so interesting. But Answers presented them in a way that was approachable and fun—so glad to see the mag tackling even these more obscure topics.
Steve G., Hebron, Kentucky
Great Subscriber-Only Extras
I absolutely love Answers magazine! The content and bold stance on God’s Word are excellent!
I am a high school science teacher and I use the experiments offered in the magazine often. Please keep these coming. Also, the subscriber exclusive video for “Souped-Up Sniffers” was top notch.
Joel E., Wilwaukee, Wisconsin
Sifting Through Layers of Meaning
I enjoyed Andrew Snelling’s article very much. In my creation presentations I promote the geologic column as a record of “extinction by habitat” during the Flood. I don’t think God gave us a record that would be confusing or illogical, but reasonable for the human mind to figure out.
Ronald N., St. Louis, Missouri
Young Pluto, Young Person
Thank you Answers, you have helped me answer my biblical questions. I am 14 years old. My favorite article in this issue is the “Perspective” about Pluto. It’s the small facts like this that help me defend the Bible.
Avery F., Berlin Center, Ohio
The Stones Cry Out
The vast similarities of sandstones on opposite sides of the world that match, as well as being laid directly upon eroded bedrock (“Sifting Through Layers of Meaning”), undeniably suggest that there was a single global Flood, since only a global flood could produce what the evidence shows. Stones, fossils, and even sandstones in the Grand Canyon, Wisconsin, Libya, and Israel testify to the truth that is the Word of God.
Robert F., Lakewood, Colorado
If the world is not overpopulated now, at what number of humans will it qualify for that description? Ten billion? Twenty billion?
Lou W., Tigard, Oregon
Should We Live Off the Land?
Should people be worried about the quality of food we eat, and maybe grow our own food? Jesus used many teachings from farming. Adam was a worker of the land. Are we missing the mark by not trying to live off the land more?
Jennifer R., Port Charlotte, Florida
You often attribute quotes to a person but do not cite the source. I’d prefer to know what the source for a quotation is.
Brian M., Lynnwood, Washington
By Grace Through Faith
Wow, your response to the faith or works email in the most recent “Readers Respond” question was so spot on I just had to email you. Awesome, clear, well-referenced response!
Jesse H., Portage, Michigan
Not only the heart but also other organs and muscle contraction are involved in heating blood (“Cold Feet,” October–December 2015). The system that reduces the intensity of loud sounds we hear does not protect the eardrum but the middle and inner ear, particularly the delicate bones of the middle ear (“Selective Hearing,” October–December 2015).