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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 1, Issue 1
Published April 1984
172 pages

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11–29 Coal, volcanism and Noah's Flood
Paper by Andrew Snelling and John Mackay
30–32 The Guadeloupe skeleton
Paper by David Tyler
33–39 The Guadeloupe skeleton
Paper by Kurt Wise
40–43 The Guadeloupe skeleton—A reply
Paper by Bill Cooper
44–51 The Guadeloupe skeleton—Some comments
Paper by Malcolm Bowden
52–69 Geological ages of the Earth, planets and Flood strata
Paper by Barry Setterfield
71–86 C decay and the red-shift
Paper by Barry Setterfield
87–94 The age of the astronomical universe
Paper by Edward Fackerell
95–104 The age of the astronomical universe—A reply
Paper by Barry Setterfield
105–117 Towards a critical examination of the historical basis of the idea that light hasslowed down
Paper by Vivian Bounds
118–125 Towards a critical examination of the historical basis of the idea that light hasslowed down
Paper by Barry Setterfield
126–129 Radioactive decay rates and spontaneous nuclear reactions
Letter to the Editor
129–130 Red-shifts and a collapsing universe
Letter to the Editor
130–132 Extrapolation of the C decay curve
Letter to the Editor
132–134 Einstein's relativity
Letter to the Editor
134–138 The number of speed of light determinations
Letter to the Editor
138–139 Michelson's measurements and the C decay curve
Letter to the Editor
141–158 The times of the Judges—A chronology
Paper by John Osgood
161–166 The ethics of In Vitro fertilization
Paper by John Leslie
169–172 A stochastic modelling of mutations in bacteria
Paper by Carl Cribbs and Carl Barrows

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