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/article/fossil-ape-skull-game-ender
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A recent poll of college-age Americans showed that the single most convincing science-based argument for evolution is the lineup of supposed ape-like evolutionary ancestors of mankind.1 But epidemic disagreement among researchers over the relevance...

/article/over-a-dozen-more-dinosaur-soft-tissues
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A trio of scientists used sterile techniques to collect 17 dinosaur fossils. They searched deep inside the specimens for original, still-soft tissue remnants. What did they find? Their Edmontosaurus (a species of hadrosaur) fossils came from...

/article/research-presented-at-secular-conference
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - This past summer, a colleague and I went to a secular science conference seeking critique from our non-creationist colleagues over what amounts to creation research. Their reactions surprised us. Creation science done well should be...

/article/does-palo-duro-canyon-show-deep-time
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Some friends and I recently hiked into Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon, where sedimentary rock layers span the horizon. Eighteenth-century naturalists thought rock layers represented vast ages, a tradition most scientists still cling to. We looked...

/article/la-brea-tar-pits-tales-extinction
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - The La Brea tar pits in Los Angeles—actually seeps of smelly asphaltum—are loaded with fossils. New analyses of chemicals inside their ancient teeth give clues as to what they ate and maybe why some of them went extinct. Over 100...

/article/collagen-decays-too-fast-for-evolutionary-time
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Collagen is a tough, stringy protein that holds bone together like the steel belts in tires. Secular scientists struggle to explain why so many different techniques have found positive detections of collagen in fossil bones. At the heart of the...

/article/where-did-faces-come-from
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Animals don’t laugh, smirk, roll their eyes, or give subtle squints like humans do. Hundreds of different tiny facial expressions can convey our thoughts and feelings in an instant—all using the human face. But faces do more than...

/article/Radiocarbon-in-yet-another-dinosaur-fossil
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Creation-based thinking made a testable prediction. If Noah’s Flood formed dinosaur and other fossils only 4,500 or so years ago, then they may still contain measurable amounts of the short-lived radioactive isotope carbon-14—also...

/article/surprise-deep-sea-fish-see-colors
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Only sunlight’s most intense color (blue) penetrates beyond 180 meters (590 feet) through clear ocean waters. Everyone knows that fish below such depths see an essentially black-and-white world. Only everyone is now wrong. New genetic...

/article/was-the-global-flood-too-extreme
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Bible critics have long claimed the God of the Old Testament was unjust and mean. Some cite Noah’s Flood as an example: If God is really good, then why would He drown all those humans? The best answer to give depends on the attitude of the...

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