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/article/triassic-tumor-raises-creation-questions
Brian Thomas, M.S. - German researchers described rare bone cancer in a Triassic reptile fossil found in limestone near Velberg, Germany. The find reignites conversations about the origin of diseases and ultimately of life.    The team published...

/article/toast-model-explain-fossil-protein-persistence
Brian Thomas, M.S. - About 10 years ago, I began tracking reports of soft tissue discoveries in fossils. By 2013, I had compiled a list of around 40 secular technical journal articles that describe either literal soft tissues or tissue remnants that include protein...

/article/have-lions-always-been-lions
Brian Thomas, M.S. - “Can you hunt the prey for the lion, or satisfy the appetite of the young lions, when they crouch in their dens, or lurk in their lairs to lie in wait?” (Job 38:39-40) When God spoke to Job and his friends, He referred to animals...

/article/new-fossil-feathers-affirm-created-kinds
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Descriptions of feathered dinosaurs continue to wing their way into scientific literature. While most researchers see each new example as another link in a Darwinian story of reptiles somehow evolving into birds, others fit these fossils into more...

/article/a-trex-swimming-with-sharks
Brian Thomas, M.S. - The last time I checked, sharks didn’t swim on land. Most shark species inhabit saltwater oceans. Maybe tyrannosaurs swam some, but they didn’t dwell in oceans. Yet somehow sharks and tyrannosaurs died and were buried together. This...

/article/ancient-fossil-still-has-hagfish-slime-residue
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Hagfish look creepy. They can act creepy, too. Having no bones, they tie themselves into sliding figure eight knots that help them tear mouthfuls of flesh from the seafloor carcasses on which they feed. And don’t squeeze one unless you want...

/article/is-young-earth-creation-crazy
Brian Thomas, M.S. - A creation-believing friend of mine attended a dinner with various scientists. One of them who favored intelligent design said that any scientist who believed in a young earth was “crazy.” Then, remembering one in his audience, he...

/article/how-one-sense-smells-a-trillion-scents
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Think of all the jobs that our good working sense of smell fulfills. First, the nose detects a chemical—the source of the scent. It distinguishes that scent from literally billions of others. Our sense of smell even gauges the strength of...

/article/saturns-ring-rain-rates-run-fast
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Saturn’s gravity keeps vacuuming up its own stunning rings. NASA scientists have estimated how fast this process happens. The rings lose six Olympic-sized swimming pools-worth of material every hour according to new results from...

/article/grace-from-the-ark-and-the-flood
Brian Thomas, M.S. - How strange that we decorate children’s play areas with Noah’s Ark themes. While we paint cute animals on church walls, the real Flood event was horrific. “And all flesh died that moved on the earth.”1 Peter wrote,...

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