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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.Now California State University at Northridge has paid Armitage a six-figure sum to settle his wrongful termination suit based on religious discrimination.While the university admits no wrongdoing, Armitage’s attorney said they feared losing a protracted lawsuit because of a “smoking gun” email that backed the plaintiff’s case.The case of Armitage is the latest to show the mounting hostility Christians face in academics and other public arenas.

A graduate of Liberty University, Armitage adheres to the “young earth” view, against the majority of scientists who say our planet is 5 billion years old.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.Back at CSUN, he put the fossil under his microscope and made the startling discovery: unfossilized, undecayed tissue was present.If the dinosaur were 65 million years old, the soft tissue could not have possibly remained, he says.

His findings seconded groundbreaking discoveries by noted molecular paleontologist Mary Schweitzer, who triggered an earthquake in the world of paleontology when she published about soft tissue in dinosaur bones in 2005.

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