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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 4, Issue 1
Published April 1990
140 pages

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5–55 Click to view PDFPre-Flood giantism
Paper by Greg Beasley
56–65 Click to view PDFCranial capacity and endocranial casts
Paper by Douglas S. Jue
67–92 Click to view PDFThe early history of man—Part 1
Paper by Bill Cooper
95–102 Click to view PDFSedimentation of a heterogranular mixture
Paper by Guy Berthault
103–107 Click to view PDFThe mystery of the mammals, monotremes and marsupials
Paper by Bill Mehlert
108–127 Click to view PDFThe Guadeloupe skeleton controversy
Paper by Kurt Wise
128–129 Click to view PDFGuadeloupe research methodology: A reply to Wise
Paper by Bill Cooper
130–132 Click to view PDFThe Guadeloupe controversy: A second reply to Kurt Wise
Paper by Malcolm Bowden
134–137 Click to view PDFThe Guadeloupe skeleton controversy: a moratorium
Paper by Andrew Snelling
138–140 Click to view PDFComments on one Creationist's palaeontology
Paper by Kurt Wise
141–144 Click to view PDFComments on one Creationist's palaeontology: A reply
Paper by John Leslie and Andrew Snelling
147–157 Click to view PDFWhy does mathematics work?
Paper by James Nickel
158–161 Click to view PDFMyths that tell the truth
Paper by Charles V. Taylor
163–180 Click to view PDFFurther towards a critical examination of Setterfield's hypothesis
Paper by Vivian E. Bounds
181–185 Click to view PDFComments on the proposal that the speed of light has varied with time
Paper by John C. Osborn
186–190 Click to view PDFOn the compatibility of special relativity with a decreasing velocity of light
Paper by B. D. Johnston
191–197 Click to view PDFA regression analysis of historical light measurement data
Paper by A. M. Hasofer

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