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/article/ice-age-footprints-radiocarbon
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Radiocarbon dating seems like solid science. It appeals as a kind of time machine, providing a clear peephole to peer into the past. However, a new debate over ancient human footprints from New Mexico shows one way that this supposed peephole can...

/article/toumai-skull-fossil
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - In 2002, Professor Michel Brunet of the University of Poitiers, France, described a tiny fossil ape skull nicknamed Toumaï as an upright-walking human ancestor.1 This ancient skull and other possibly associated partial bones from Chad belong to...

/article/paluxy-tracks-revealed
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Droughts across north Texas dried the Paluxy River bed, famous for its dinosaur footprints. Ordinarily, the dinosaur tracks lie buried beneath water-covered mud, but dry conditions enabled workers to remove the mire that had long covered them at...

/article/ditch-evolution
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Most people say that evolution is true, so why do a growing number of scientists doubt it? These skeptics don’t question evolution’s premise that nature alone is somehow responsible for crafting creatures out of stardust. The debate...

/article/bobtail-squids-cloaking-device
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Hawaiian bobtail squid (Euprymna scolopes) live among the sand flats and sea plants of the Hawaiian archipelago. Along with other bobtail squid, these lime-size ocean dwellers glow in the dark. The ability to glow in the dark has multiple...

/article/sebida-lecture-desilva
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Jeremy DeSilva of Dartmouth College gave an evening presentation at the end of this year’s week-long American Society of Mass Spectrometry conference. As a human fossil expert, DeSilva’s lecture discussed a different topic than what...

/article/so-sad-about-dino-disease
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Scientists described the first evidence of a possible respiratory illness in a fossil. The common soil fungus Aspergillis can infect birds and reptiles today. The resulting disease, also called aspergillosis, causes the trachea’s soft tissues...

/article/dragon-art-defies-millions-of-years
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Of all the displays in the 30,000 square feet of the ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History in Dallas, the Dragon Encounters exhibit has become some visitors’ favorite. It shows ancient art depicting what look like extinct...

/article/simple-elegant-design-fruit-flies
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Graduate student Shiuan-Tze Wu led a study of some ingenious organization into the odor-sensing cells of fruit flies. He and his collaborators at the La Jolla campus of UC San Diego found that the odor-detector cells in the insects’ antennae...

/article/remembering-dr-kevin-anderson
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Dr. Kevin Anderson went to be with the Lord on January 16, 2022. He served the people of the Lord’s Kingdom with a lifetime of good scientific research. He earned a Ph.D. in Microbiology from Kansas State University, which qualified him for...

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