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William Pengelly’s Brixham cave excavations, and belief in the antiquity of man
William Pengelly’s 19th century cave excavations in Brixham, southwest England, encouraged support of the erroneous belief in the antiquity of mankind beyond the biblical timeframe.
by Andrew Sibley
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
Time fears the pyramids?
How the Egyptian pyramids fit into the true biblical history
by Gavin Cox
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
How old? When archaeology conflicts with the Bible.
Archaeologists discover a spear point “9000 years old”? But it’s far older than either the biblical date for the Flood or Creation. What is the answer to this?
by Gavin Cox
Radioactive ‘dating’ in conflict!
Tree trunks engulfed by molten lava couldn’t survive could they? Here’s evidence that they did!
by Andrew Snelling
Carbon-14 in diamonds: Refuting Talk.Origins
Carbon-14 in Diamonds is still a problem for evolutionists.
by Joel Tay
Dinosaur proteins and radiocarbon wreak ‘Jurassic World’ havoc
Collaborative creation research falsifies the evolutionary dates for the alleged ‘age of dinosaurs’.
by Brian Thomas
Radioactive dating methods
Ways they make conflicting results tell the same story.
by Tas Walker
C-14 dates and the HK ‘ark’ claim
Discrepant C-14 dates provide further skepticism of the recent claims to have found Noah’s Ark on Mt Ararat.
by Carl Wieland
Dating of “oldest pottery” from China is based on assumptions
The evidence is consistent with biblical history.
by Tas Walker
Diamonds: a creationist’s best friend
These brilliant and hard gems are almost pure carbon. Recent research shows they contain some radiocarbon. But since this should have all decayed in under a million years, how could the diamonds be billions of years old as evolutionists believe?
by Jonathan Sarfati