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Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 2—Antarctic ice cores
How did these ‘rapid’ fluctuations measured in Antarctic ice cores arise after the Flood?
by Michael J. Oard
More questions on the dating of Mount St Helens lava dome
See how they have been answered many times and understand the key concept to dismiss dating doubts
by Tas Walker
Do claimed dates for Göbekli Tepe and the Lost City of Dwarka outdate the Bible’s timeline?
Claimed dates for the Neolithic site Göbekli Tepe predate the Bible’s date of creation, and the Lost City of Dwarka supposedly predates the Flood—how should creationists respond?
by Gavin Cox
Have uniformitarians rescued the ‘Pacemaker of the Ice Ages’ paper?
Is the data on which the secular Milankovitch theory of climate forcing saved by a 1997 paper?
by Jake Hebert
Dating Kabwe 1, the Broken Hill skull from Zambia
Why is Homo heidelbergensis so much younger than previously thought?
by Tas Walker
Flaws in dating the earth as ancient
When the numbers don’t add up, it’s time to examine the methods and the philosophy behind them.
by Alexander R. Williams
Oxidizable carbon ratio dating
What is it? And is it evidence against the Bible’s age of the earth?
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
The way it really is: little-known facts about radiometric dating
Long-age geologists will not accept a radiometric date unless it matches their pre-existing expectations.
by Tas Walker
Radiometric dating and the age of the Earth
The 4.5 billion-year radiometric ‘age’ of the earth is based on faulty assumptions even secular researchers have acknowledged.
by Ralph W. Matthews, Ph.D.
Radioactive dating methods
Ways they make conflicting results tell the same story.
by Tas Walker
The fatal flaw with radioactive dating methods
When you peel away the mystery it’s obvious that the dates are not objectively measured.
by Tas Walker