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Dinosaur bones—just how old are they really?
Bones can become permineralized within a matter of weeks.
by Carl Wieland
Were dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark?
Skeptics scoff, but these beasts were onboard with Noah and his family.
by Don Batten, David Catchpoole, Jonathan Sarfati, and Carl Wieland
Radiocarbon in dino bones
International conference result censored.
by Carl Wieland
Media bias hides the significance of Alaskan hadrosaur finds
Why don’t the media admit that Alaskan hadrosaur bones are not turned to stone, as would be expected in millions of years?
by Paul Price
Dragons on Noahs Ark
Ancient artists produced spectacular animal imagery that includes a creature with easily discernible dinosaurian features.
by Philip Robinson
The Alvis Delk human-dino footprints artefact
Is it an ancient fossil indicating dino-human coexistence or a modern hoax?
by Tas Walker
Grass-eating dinos
How could dinosaurs have eaten grass, if it hadn’t evolved yet?
by David Catchpoole
Massive graveyard of parrot-beaked dinosaurs in Mongolia
Paleontologists puzzle about the cause of death but miss the obvious clue.
by Tas Walker
Dinosaur eggs point to the Flood
Their survival is hard to explain, but after a little digging, answers start to emerge.
by Mike Oard
Medieval artists saw extinct reptiles: more evidence
Comparisons between modern and medieval artists show ancient peoples saw 'extinct' reptiles and dinosaurs
by Brian Thomas
Can the Ica Stones be independently authenticated?
Thousands of engraved rocks, many depicting dinosaurs—are they authentic ancient artifacts?
by David Woetzel and Dennis Swift
Can dinosaurs falsify evolution?
Dinosaurs captivate old and young alike, but why do people think they prove evolution?
by Gary Bates