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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
Tyrannosaur ‘walking with sharks’?
How could T. rex be buried with sharks in the same rock formation?
by Gavin Cox
Dinosaur footprint treasure trove found in Britain
How quickly did they form?
by Phil Robinson
The tapir
‘Primitive’? A ‘hodge-podge of leftovers’? Or something else?
by David Catchpoole
Baby fossil snake further frustrates evolution
A tiny snake “frozen in time” in amber belies its claimed 99 million year age
by Philip Bell
Fake spider fossil passes peer review!
A fossil spider fooled experts and was published in a scientific journal. Since fossils are often used as weapons in the war of worldviews, what cautionary lessons can be learned?
by Phil Robinson
The biggest dinosaur eggs
Just how big were they, and what are the implications for the Ark?
by Phil Robinson
‘Oldest’ biological colour discovered
Can biological pigment molecules really survive over a billion years?
by Phil Robinson
Pre-Flood predatory dinosaur interactions and the fossil record
Carnivorous dinosaurs pre-Flood: Wouldn’t lots of apex predators be problematic for the biblical creation perspective?
by Philip Bell
Dinosaur eggs point to the Flood
Their survival is hard to explain, but after a little digging, answers start to emerge.
by Mike Oard
An overview of the Denisovan puzzle
How can we understand the mysterious Denisovan people from a biblical perspective?
by Peter Line