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/article/latest-dna-tech-still-light-years-behind
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Let’s say you recorded a library of books onto DNA. Hundreds of books could fit on your fingertip, but how would you find the one book you wanted? As it stands, digital data occupy hard drives stacked in stadium-sized exabyte data centers...

Parks Series - Jun 2, 2021
/article/parks-series
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Want to know how ICR scientists understand features of popular parks? Discover just how well creation and the Flood explain what we see in our parks. ____________________ Grand Canyon ____________________ Arches National...

/article/two-excuses-for-human-evolution-confusion
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Public school textbooks assert that apes and humans emerged from an ape-like animal, whereas Genesis 1 says that God created humans and the different animal kinds right from the start. What difficulties would one expect researchers to encounter as...

/article/what-it-takes-to-make-a-cell-the-stairway-to-life
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Rare is the science book that can hold even an average reader’s attention. But The Stairway to Life does just that. Coauthored by biochemist Laura Tan and biomedical engineer Rob Stadler, it carries you through the 12 steps needed to...

/article/fossil-booklet
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Why Study These Fossils? 2 Peter 3:4-5 teach that scoffers will deny two key historical events: Creation and the Flood. "For this they willfully forget: that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of...

/article/proteomes-past
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - This links to a pdf of a secular, peer-reviewed article that summarizes the state of affairs among scientists who grapple with the mounting evidence for what appears to be original, sometimes still-soft biomaterials in fossils including dinosaur...

/article/archaeopteryx-by-the-numbers
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Sometimes scientists get a chance to collaborate. This happened last year when a fellow creation-based researcher invited me to contribute comments about bird and dinosaur anatomy to his statistical analysis of relevant fossils. The end result...

/article/Bacterial-Proteins-Use-Quantum-Mechanics
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Researchers have found a dimmer switch inside a protein. It tunes the protein’s configuration to take advantage of quantum mechanics during photosynthesis. Two parallels with human engineering leave no doubts about the engineered origins of...

/article/big-fish-fossil-recalls-big-flop
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - One of the most famous living fossils is back in the news. The coelacanth is an endangered deep-sea fish. Its fins fit to unique, wrist-like bones, and unique bony plates envelop what scientists call its lung, which is like the swim bladder that...

/article/how-algae-do-fine-when-tossed-at-sea
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - How would you do if someone spun you around every few seconds all day long? Marine algae repeatedly get tossed about in coastal surf, and they cope quite well. Researchers want to find out how. The latest set of experiments has revealed built-in...

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