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'''Marcus S. Ross''' is a [[Young Earth Creationist]] (YEC) who was awarded a Ph.D. in geology by the [[University of Rhode Island]] in December 2006 AD.  
 
'''Marcus S. Ross''' is a [[Young Earth Creationist]] (YEC) who was awarded a Ph.D. in geology by the [[University of Rhode Island]] in December 2006 AD.  
  
Ross' receiving his doctorate, which was publicized in a ''[[New York Times]]'' article, raised eyebrows in the notoriously bitter liberal academic community; as a group, liberals cannot understand why someone who openly believes that the earth is less than 10,000 years old could be judged an expert in earth science by fully qualified faculty.<sup>'''reference needed'''</sup>
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Ross' receiving his doctorate, which was publicized in a ''[[New York Times]]'' article, raised eyebrows in the liberal academic community; as a group, liberals cannot understand why someone who openly believes that the earth is less than 10,000 years old could be judged an expert in earth science by fully qualified faculty.{{fact}}
  
 
However, it should be noted that his Ph.D., on the subject of [[mososaur]] distribution, did not contain any Creationist science.<ref>
 
However, it should be noted that his Ph.D., on the subject of [[mososaur]] distribution, did not contain any Creationist science.<ref>

Revision as of 10:40, 2 April 2007

Marcus S. Ross is a Young Earth Creationist (YEC) who was awarded a Ph.D. in geology by the University of Rhode Island in December 2006 AD.

Ross' receiving his doctorate, which was publicized in a New York Times article, raised eyebrows in the liberal academic community; as a group, liberals cannot understand why someone who openly believes that the earth is less than 10,000 years old could be judged an expert in earth science by fully qualified faculty.[Citation Needed]

However, it should be noted that his Ph.D., on the subject of mososaur distribution, did not contain any Creationist science.[1]

  1. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/12/science/12geologist.html?ex=1328936400&en=c3267d075279160b&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss