A quick Tuesday update: I have a new article over at Human Genesis on the piece of Neandertal twine: A cord of three strands And the latest "Ask a Creationist" is up on the Core Academy YouTube channel. I am officially tired of talking about viruses, so next week's "Ask a Creationist" will be anything other than viruses. Feel free to send in a question for me! Feedback? Email me at toddcharleswood [at] gmail [dot] com. If you enjoyed this article, please consider a contribution to Core Academy of Science. Thank you. Have you read my book? You should check that out too!
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What's this? Another article just one day after the last one? Shocking, ain't it? I thought you might like to see the latest Ask a Creationist, just in case you're not following our other social media or website. Here's the latest video: And in case you missed it, here's the first video: Feedback? Email me at toddcharleswood [at] gmail [dot] com. If you enjoyed this article, please consider a contribution to Core Academy of Science. Thank you. Have you read my book? You should check that out too!
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Wow. I didn't realize it had been so long since I was here. I guess I have the usual excuses: I've been busy, I've been quarantined, I've been social media distancing, and so forth. So what's new? Well, since the last time I posted here was just before Christmas, let me give you a quick rundown on the last few months of my life: We met our fundraising goal for 2019! Well, we raised 99% of the goal, which in my book is close enough. Read more here . I posted another Fossil Focus video in December: The Taung Child . I have big plans for another one, but it's all about that free time thing, which I don't have much of right now. I spent a lot of time traveling. First up was my visit to Calvin College with Darrel Falk, where we appeared on the January Series. If you've ever wondered what it was like to hear us in person, here's your chance. Our presentation is on YouTube . Next, I did some ministry trips, first to Texas and to Virgi