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By Chad Dou — CSUN scientist Mark Armitage found soft tissue in a dinosaur bone, a discovery that throws significant doubt on evolution.
Then, two weeks after publishing his findings, he was fired.
Alan Reinach, Armitage’s attorney, hailed the settlement as precedent-setting.
“We are not aware of any other cases where a creationist received a favorable outcome,” said Reinach, executive director of the Church State Council, a nonprofit California public interest legal organization.
He engaged students in his lab with Socratic dialogue over the issue of the earth’s age based on his and others’ research, he said.
In May 2012, Armitage went on a dinosaur dig at the famous fossil site of Hell Creek in Montana, where he unearthed the largest triceratops horn ever found there.
According to Armitage, the beauty and complexity of diatoms lends credence to the idea they are a product of a Creator and not of spontaneous evolution.Armitage’s complaint, and this voluntary settlement is not an indication of wrong-doing,” according to a CSUN statement published in .“The decision to settle was based on a desire to avoid the costs involved in a protracted legal battle, including manpower, time and state dollars.” But Reinach countered: “They certainly would not have paid that kind of money if they did not recognize that we had them dead to rights.The whole discussion of evolution ends if you show that the earth is young.
You can just erase evolution off the whiteboard because of soft tissue in dinosaur bones.” Armitage was hired as a microscopist to manage CSUN’s electron and confocal microscope suite in 2010.But CSUN lost its bid to have the judge summarily throw the case out of court as groundless in July of last year.