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Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - In December 2019, the journal Expert Review of Proteomics published a paper I authored with Stephen Taylor titled “Proteomes of the past: the pursuit of proteins in paleontology.”1 The article features a table that lists 85 technical...

/article/how-can-you-refute-evolution
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Darwinian evolution promotes a mantra that “all creatures great and small—natural processes made them all.” Just one creature somehow became all others. Textbooks reassure students that some early fish turned into today’s...

/article/a-supernova-and-the-scripture
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Well, there goes another star, disappearing into the night as if it had never existed. For an entire year, Hubble scientists used the space telescope to record snapshots of SN 2018gv—a supernova (SN) or exploded star. Experts then edited those...

/article/getting-carbon-into-the-first-cell
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Today’s secular mindset replaces “In the beginning God…” with “In the beginning, hydrogen….” The extreme specificity of life’s chemical building blocks—let alone the innumerable, precise ways...

/article/leviathan-legend-croc-or-something-else
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - In Job 41, God points Job’s attention to a terrifying animal called leviathan. It’s clear this was a real creature, but what was it? Bible commentaries often call leviathan a crocodile. However, swords, hooks, and spears can...

/article/new-evidence-hurts-feathered-dinosaur-theory
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Is a dinosaur still a dinosaur if it has flight feathers? A new study points to some fascinating evidence that contradicts the idea of feathered dinosaurs and confirms created kinds. It’s no secret that birds fly in order to, among other...

/article/xiphactinus-dig-excavating-clues-to-noahs-flood
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A fossil dig team was just finishing its last day of excavating a two-meter-long extinct fish on a private ranch in Kansas. As dusk began to settle on the prairie’s badlands, two team members traced some vertebrae embedded in the hillside....

/article/did-someone-really-find-noahs-ark
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - I recall a tough conversation with a skeptical student after speaking on creation and the Flood at a Christian school. This young man insisted he would never believe the Genesis Flood unless someone could show him Noah’s Ark. I tried to...

/article/human-brain-research-finds-new-folds
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Brain researchers from San Diego State University have just reported digitally capturing the dense folds of a preserved human cerebellum using a high resolution MRI device.1 Once thought to merely coordinate rote body movements, these brain folds...

/article/biological-bounceback-at-mount-st-helens
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Early one bright Sunday morning, Mount St. Helens looked as picturesque as it had for hundreds of years. Suddenly, an earthquake shook loose the north side of the mountain. This uncorked a torrent of heat, ash, and steam that torched trees,...

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