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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
The universe isn’t old, it’s just tired!
The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the entropy (disorder) of the universe increases through time.
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
'Earliest' ancestor of cephalopods
Could a fossil cephalopod with 10 arms be considered ancestral to today’s species of octopus?
by Lucien Tuinstra
‘Dinosaur Age’ bacteria revived from deep sea bed
Biologists can’t understand how seabed bacteria dormant since the ‘age of dinosaurs’ have been revived with full functionality
by David Catchpoole
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
Why I’m finally a young-earth creationist
CMI’s Dr Jim Mason responds to Dr Luke Barnes’ Premier Christianity magazine article, “Why I’m no longer a young-earth creationist”
by Jim Mason
Soft tissue preservation in a ‘Jurassic’ ichthyosaur
More evidence that fossils are better explained in the biblical timeframe
by Phil Robinson
Some strengths and weaknesses of the polymer shield explanation for soft tissue fossils
Does the evidence justify invoking this mechanism to preserve soft tissues for millions of years?
by Brian Thomas, Stephen Taylor, and Kevin Anderson
Carbon 14—still drawing a blank
A CMI supporter writes in with a comment about the assumptions made behind the method of carbon 14 dating.
by Gavin Cox
DNA detected in duckbilled dino
More headaches for the ‘millions of years’ story
by Phil Robinson
Paleozoic Corals and Lunar Recession
The growth rings in Paleozoic corals are often used to support the idea that the earth is very old, but the argument was flawed from the beginning.
by Robert Carter
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