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/article/stunning-bird-fossil-has-bone-tissue
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Recently, Chinese researchers described their discovery of the “earliest” bird fossil with fused pelvic bones, just like modern birds.1 Also like modern birds, this fossil appears to be made of original bone, not mineralized bone...

/article/plant-eating-dinosaurs-consumed-crabs
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Paleontologists found bits of crustacean shell inside well-preserved dinosaur dung. Besides being a first-time discovery, these dietary supplements challenge the herbivore status of the hadrosaurs that ate them. They also raise questions about...

/article/facial-recognition-study-misses-bottom
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Human brains come specially wired to recognize faces. Where did that innate wiring come from? Two psychologists finagled a fantasy answer that shows how crazy evolution-based reasoning can get. Their conclusion, oddly enough, involves chimpanzee...

/article/could-you-outrun-goliath
Brian Thomas, M.S. - At “six cubits and a span,” Goliath stood over nine feet tall, using a conservative 18-inch cubit. Scripture demonstrates his strength by cataloging the weight of his armaments, including a 5,000-shekel (125-pound) coat of mail.1 No...

/article/dinosaur-algae-alive-well-today
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Botanists recently discovered Lychnothamnus barbatus, a large form of green algae known from European and Asian freshwater lakes, in North America. Before this discovery, the only hints of this particular water plant in the Americas came from...

/article/spectacular-dinosaur-has-skin-horn
Brian Thomas, M.S. - The world’s best-preserved nodosaur stirred wide interest when it went on display at the Royal Tyrell Museum in Canada in May 2017. Its skin scales, fearsome shoulder spikes, and possibly even skin colors prompted fossil pigment expert...

/article/lunar-water-douses-collision-origin
Brian Thomas, M.S. - New clues confirm that the moon looks created. In stark contrast to Genesis 1, secular scientists claim that a collision between a planet-sized rocky object and an ancient Earth somehow crafted the moon billions of years ago. This supposed...

/article/wacky-conclusion-from-tardigrade-research
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Tardigrades, also known as water bears, are smaller than a millimeter, live in water, and can endure all kinds of harsh environments. A recent research project found that asteroid impacts and nearby supernovae and gamma-ray bursts would wreck...

/article/fossil-plants-contain-original-molecules
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Researchers shined a laser light on fossil leaves and found some surprising results. Instead of mere impressions of leaves, the fossils turned out to contain original molecules—persisting after millions of supposed years....

/article/another-evolutionary-ancestor-gets
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Homo naledi skyrocketed to international fame in 2015 as a claimed ape-like ancestor of man that fit the story of human evolution. Discoverer and promoter Lee Berger published hasty reports and then toured the world with dynamic, media-packed...

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