About Bill Ludlow
Bill studied Geology and Anthropology at Michigan State University and has been an avid amateur geologist, paleontologist, and fossil collector for many years. His interest in the Creation/Evolution controversy began in college during discussions with classmates and grew after discovering internet forums and more recently facebook groups dedicated to the subject. As retail manager and personnel trainer for a national chain he traveled much of the country for business and pleasure, and has lived in Michigan, California, Oregon, and Arizona. Now self-employed and semi-retired, Bill is an aspiring author who spends much of his time in the field in Arizona studying the landscape, searching for fossils, and fishing whenever possible. He is a member of the Geological Society of America, Southwest Paleontological Society, the National Center for Science Education, and The Grand Canyon Association. He also recently studied Human Origins through Arizona State University under Donald Johanson who discovered the famous Lucy fossil back in 1974 and is the Human Origins volunteer at the Arizona Museum of Natural History.