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Our young solar system
Multiple lines of evidence support the Bible’s age of the solar system.
by Wayne Spencer
How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?
Creationists have more in their armoury now to deal with that question than ever before—while the problems for long-age evolutionists just get worse.
by Mark Harwood
The iron snow dynamo theory for Ganymede
How could Ganymede’s magnetic field continue to exist after over 4 billion years of solar system history?
by Wayne Spencer
Bird tracks before birds existed?
Sneak peek for the latest Creation magazine: Bird tracks found in South Africa date a long time before birds, according to evolution’s deep time.
by Don Batten
More on radioactive dating problems
Why the isotopic dates cannot be trusted.
by Jim Mason
Eroding ages
The continents cannot be billions of years old because they would have eroded away long ago; there should be nothing left.
by Tas Walker
The dating game
Scientists won’t accept radiometric dates they don’t like, as arguments over Mungo Man show.
by Tas Walker
Uniformitarian paleoaltimetry estimates questionable
What assumptions and challenges call into question long-age attempts to assess the height of the land in the past?
by Michael J. Oard
Radiocarbon in dino bones
International conference result censored.
by Carl Wieland
Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 5—the early Holocene green Sahara
What the relation between the wet Sahara and the biblical Ice Age?
by Michael J. Oard
Lost cities of the Amazon
Proof that these modern-day hunter-gatherer tribes once lived in sophisticated urban centres
by David Thomas
The earth: how old does it look?
How old does the earth ‘look’ to you?
by Carl Wieland