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Mantle Cooling and Chimpanzee Behaviors and Human Exceptionalism | Stars, Cells, and God

Join Hugh Ross and Fazale Rana as they discuss new discoveries taking place at the frontiers of science that have theological and philosophical implications, as well as new discoveries that point to the reality of God’s existence. Reference for mantle cooling: “Radiative Thermal Conductivity of Single-Crystal Bridgmanite at the Core-Mantle Boundary with Implications for Thermal Evolution of the Earth” by Motohiko Murakami et. al (article) References for chimpanzee behavior: “Does Animal Planning Undermine the Image of God?” by Fazale Rana (article) “Primate Thanatology and the Case for Human Exceptionalism” by Fazale Rana (article) “Field Experiments Find No Evidence that Chimpanzee Nut Cracking Can Be Independently Innovated” by Kathelijne Koops et al. (paper) “Cracking Chimpanzee Culture” by University of Zurich (article) “Application of Insects to Wounds of Self and Others by Chimpanzees in the Wild,” Alessandra Mascaro et al. (article) “Chimpanzees Observed Applying Insects to Their Wounds” by James Gaines (article) “Chimps Appear to Treat Others’ Wounds Using Insects” by Natalia Mesa