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Message in a bottle
A bottle encased in solid rock proves fossils don’t require millions of years.
by Tas Walker
Dinosaur and mammal tracks found together
Highly concentrated fossil tracks found near NASA Goddard Space Center support Noah’s Flood
by Michael Oard
Petrified flour
A sack with petrified contents shows that millions of years is not needed for the process to take place.
by Tas Walker
Longest recorded fossil drag mark
A dying ammonite leaves behind a permanent impression which tells a story that needs explaining.
by Philip Robinson
Folded ferns
A delicate, fossilised plant unsurprisingly speaks of catastrophic burial.
by Unknown
Tall molars did not evolve from eating grass
Some scientists connect changes in the grasses that animals ate and the development of teeth.
by Michael J.Oard
Den of ape-men or chambers of the sickly?
How do we interpret the latest Homo naledi findings with their associated ‘ape-man’ connotations and claims?
by Peter Line
The Amazing Stone Bears of Yorkshire
The notion that petrification processes take thousands of years blown out of the water in a matter of weeks.
by Monty White
‘Earliest’ fossil ‘forest’ surprisingly complex
Further study of a previously-decreed ‘simple’ and ‘early’ fossil forest shows more complexity than assumed.
by Michael J Oard
Radiometric backflip
The discovery of bird tracks in ‘Late Triassic’ rocks once again puts a big question mark over the veracity of long-age radiometric techniques
by Jonathan O'Brien
What to make of Homo naledi?
Homo naledi is another case of selective interpretation of the evidence to ‘prove’ evolution of man from apelike ancestors.
by Marc Ambler
Precambrian rabbits—death knell for evolution?
Richard Dawkins says a rabbit fossil in the Precambrian would be evidence against evolution, but would that really be the case?
by Shaun Doyle