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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,...

/article/does-archaeopteryx-show-bird-evolution
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Archaeopteryx is a big word that simply means “ancient wing.” It refers to a set of fossils of a strange-looking extinct bird. Books promoting evolution often show pictures of Archaeopteryx. Its beak had small teeth, so many...

/article/super-sized-synapsid-in-the-wrong-rocks
Brian Thomas, M.S. - A Polish research duo described the remains of an elephant-size synapsid from upper Triassic rocks. Only it’s not supposed to be there. Secular reactions express shock at this turn from a longstanding evolutionary tale.   Synapsids...

/article/soft-tissue-fossils-preserved-by-toasting
Brian Thomas, M.S. - A research team described a form of fossilization that it thinks can explain how original proteins have lasted for millions of years in Earth’s crust. It does match certain fossil features, but leaves two key questions unanswered. And that...

/article/salamander-footprints-advance-flood-explanation
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Salamander-like footprints preserved in sandstone have long fascinated Grand Canyon hikers and rafters. Insights from a new study of the track patterns intensify an old trackway mystery. But Noah’s Flood can help solve this...

/article/four-observations-evolution-cant-explain
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Almost everyone knows someone who believes in evolution. This matters because evolution contradicts Genesis, and the gospel rests upon Genesis. For example, Genesis teaches that God made Adam and Eve, but evolution teaches that nature somehow...

/article/why-would-God-make-monsters
Brian Thomas, M.S. - After one of my dinosaur presentations in the Dallas area, a mother told me a question her son had asked. She didn’t know the answer. If God is good and Genesis creation is true, then why did He create monstrous dinosaurs? After all, look...

/article/fossilized-bird-lung-inflates-confidence
Brian Thomas, M.S. - A pristine Mesozoic bird fossil showed impressions of feathers and even some organs, including what appear to be lungs. The technical article published in the leading journal PNAS did not report any original body tissue, nor any substance that...

/article/unique-human-neuron-discovered
Brian Thomas, M.S. - With a new addition to the category of “uniquely human features,” MIT neuroscientists discovered a feature of human—not animal—brain cells. Certain human brain cells have much longer extensions called dendrites, and this...

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