Joseph Mastropaolo

Joseph Mastropaolo B.S., M.S., Ph.D.Joseph Mastropaolo has a B.S., M.S., Ph.D. in kinesiology and a three-year Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship with the National Heart Institute of the National Institutes of Health in human physiology (possibly the equivalent of the European habilitation). As Aerospace Physiologist for Douglas Space Systems, he published two monographs on life in space, one for humans and one for experimental animals. He received two Vice Presidential Awards, one for Aerospace Safety and one for Aerospace Medicine. He taught biomechanics and physiology at California State University, Long Beach for 26 years and was the physiologist for the Gossamer Condor and Gossamer Albatross human powered flight projects which earned a medal in physiology from the Royal Aeronautical Society for the Kremer Cross Channel Challenge. He was principal investigator for 17 grants and has published 24 science articles in peer reviewed science journals. His peer reviewed published article on fossil bone caused 26 evolutionists to publish in Science a complete change of their claims about Ardipithecus ramidus kadabba. Their original claim in 2001 was that Ardi was a “missing link” apeman becoming human. After the fossil bone article was published, the evolutionists changed their story to Ardi was a human becoming an ape. A 200-word classical science article caused 26 evolutionists to publish a 180 degree about-face retraction thereby indicating that evolutionists don’t know whether an ape is coming or going. Joe also serves as a writer for the Creation Science Hall of Fame. For questions or comments, email Joe at: jamastropaolo [at]

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