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Radioactive dating methods
Ways they make conflicting results tell the same story.
by Tas Walker
DNA detected in duckbilled dino
Sneak peek of a powerful article from the latest Creation magazine. More headaches for the ‘millions of years’ story
by Phil Robinson
A painting 95 million years in the making
Did octopus fossil ink really survive millions of years?
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
Dating Kabwe 1, the Broken Hill skull from Zambia
Why is Homo heidelbergensis so much younger than previously thought?
by Tas Walker
Deep time in 18th century France—part 2: influence upon geology and evolution in 18th and 19th century Britain
How did the development of deep time in 18th century France affect Britain?
by Andrew Sibley
Difficult to believe that they are all wrong on the age of the earth
The Bible provides the foundations for the answers
by The Team at CMI
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
Nickel concentration indicates youthful oceans
How mineral-rich oceans hold clues to the age of the earth.
by David Whyte
Oxygen in comet atmosphere undermines billions of years
Space probe Rosetta finds oxygen gas found in coma of comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko
by Jonathan Sarfati
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