Latest Articles by Joachim Scheven

  • Magazine Article
    The “Impossible” Insects
    June 1, 1999, pp. 26–27

    Better known as stick (or leaf) insects, the phasmids are the undisputed masters of camouflage in the living world.

  • Magazine Article
    Green Islands
    March 1, 1999, pp. 56–57

    Anyone strolling through an oak or beach forest in the northern hemisphere autumn is sure to find them—among the countless brown leaves scattered on the ground, some are still green in one portion.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Acer Monspessulanum
    June 1, 1996, pp. 41–42

    Most of the public are unaware that there are literally thousands of different types of animals and plants which are alive and essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils.

  • Magazine Article
    Darwin’s Termites
    March 1, 1996, pp. 24–25

    The testimony of termites is to creation.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Busycon Contrarium
    Sept. 1, 1995, pp. 6–7

    Most of the public are unaware that there are literally thousands of different types of animals and plants which are alive and essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Anthedons
    June 1, 1995, pp. 52–53

    Most of the public are unaware that there are literally thousands of different types of animals and plants which are alive and essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Pleurotomarias
    March 1, 1995, pp. 52–53

    Most of the public are unaware that there are literally thousands of different types of animals and plants which are alive and essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils
    Dec. 1, 1994, pp. 28–29

    There are literally thousands of different types of animals and plants which are alive and essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils. The polistes wasp is one example.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Antrimpos and Penaeus
    March 1, 1994, pp. 6–7

    It could hardly be more obvious that this shrimp is essentially the same as this fossil shrimp. Yet according to evolutionary theory, they are separated by an alleged 150 million years.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Ferns and Crabs
    Dec. 1, 1993, pp. 6–7

    There are literally hundreds of different types of animals and plants which are alive and well and which are essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils.

  • Magazine Article
    Living Fossils: Flowers and Fish
    Sept. 1, 1993, pp. 45–46

    Most of the public are unaware that there are literally hundreds of different types of animals and plants which are alive and which are essentially unchanged from the way they appear as fossils.

  • Magazine Article
    Rare Fossil Insect Discovery by Creationist Confirms ‘No Change’
    Sept. 1, 1992, pp. 20–21

    In Caribbean amber (fossilized tree resin which may contain the bodies of insects), originally lent to the writer for identification of its enclosed insects, an unusual specimen caught his attention.

  • Magazine Article
    The 'Oldest Known Fly'—A Lesson in Caution
    June 1, 1992, pp. 6–7

    Evolutionists generally believe that insects with two wings have evolved from the ‘more primitive’ or ‘unspecialized’ four-winged condition.

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