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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...

/article/can-scientists-resurrect-extinct-species
Brian Thomas, M.S. - In the 2013 movie Star Trek: Into Darkness, Captain Kirk suffers lethal levels of radiation to save his crew. Fortunately, Doctor McCoy brings his captain back to life by borrowing blood from a character whose body regenerates tissues. In the...

/article/bacteria-make-good-linguists-and-electricians
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Our scientific forefathers thought of germs as simple living things. They were oh, so wrong. Apparently, when it comes to living things, small does not mean simple. Two new discoveries about germs that live in or on human bodies take microbe...

/article/could-one-flood-form-many-rock-layers
Brian Thomas, M.S. - The Grand Canyon exposes layer after layer of sedimentary rock stacked one atop the other like vast, multicolored pancakes in the earth. Other cliff faces and highway road cuts reveal red mudstones, white limestones, and yellow sandstone layers....

/article/where-are-all-the-human-fossils
Brian Thomas, M.S. - At a recent Institute for Creation Research event, we passed out cards so the audience could submit questions for an upcoming Q&A session. Interestingly, several folks asked the same thing: Why don’t we find human remains in all the...

/article/beardogs-bears-dogs-or-something-else
Brian Thomas, M.S. - My wife recently read an article titled “Bear Dogs of El Paso” in a Texas magazine. The second sentence stated that “these ancient mammals” were “ancestral to both bears and dogs.”1 She wanted to know if...

/article/is-genesis-1-11-actual-history
Brian Thomas, M.S. - The early chapters of Genesis contradict ancient history as portrayed in public schools, television, and movies. For example, our culture insists humans evolved from ape-like creatures, while Genesis says we were made in God’s image.1...

/article/more-evidence-lucy-was-ape
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Certain evolutionary scientists have talked of Lucy since the 1970s as a supposed ape-like ancestor of humans. It’s probably the world’s most famous extinct ape. The Lucy kind was roughly the size and shape of a chimpanzee. Scientists...

/article/squid-octopus-genomes-alter-themselves
Brian Thomas, M.S. - A team of researchers from Israel and the U.S. are searching for animals that can edit their own RNA molecules. They encountered a standout. Unlike other animals that edit only a small fraction of the RNA that spells out protein sequences, squid...

/article/did-medieval-artists-see-real-dinosaurs
Brian Thomas, M.S. - Figure 1. The ancient choir hall in Carlisle Cathedral, UK. The blue rug in the center aisle covers the fascinating decorations on Bishop Bell’s tomb. Image credit: David Iliff. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0. Used in accordance with...

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