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Abrupt climate changes and global warming
Misinterpretation of ice core data by Uniformitarian scientists could be fueling some of the current global warming alarm.
by Michael Oard
What is the origin of clastic pipes?
How Noah's Flood provides a better context for explaining their formation
by Michael J. Oard
Passive margins explained by Flood runoff
Better explained in the context of Noah’s Flood.
by Michael J. Oard
A passion for rocks
Tas Walker talks to Philip Worts about geology and ground-breaking discoveries
by Tas Walker
The Dreamtime old and new
Black Mountain in Australia's Far North has inspired old myths—and modern ones too.
by Peter Geyer
Gentleman geologist leads Jurassic journeys
Gavin Cox interviews Creation Geologist John Matthews about his career and experiences in the oil industry and his conversion to Christ and creationist
by Gavin Cox
Geochemical and related evidence for early Noah’s Flood year
A proposed five-stage time sequence for the early part of the global Flood, with an emphasis on geochemistry.
by Harry Dickens and Aaron Hutchison
Many flawed papers in sedimentology
Sedimentologists feel free to reinterpret data without presenting any new research, and fail to question data.
by Michael J. Oard
The Woolly Mammoth
The unique conditions and short timespan of the biblical Ice Age explain how Wooly Mammoths were buried and preserved.
by Michael Oard
The Jurassic Coast, England and its dry valleys: periglaciation or Noah’s Flood?
Is the data from dry valleys along the Jurassic Coast consistent with Noah’s Flood?
by John D Matthews
Ichthyosaur graveyard points to Noah’s Flood and the Ice Age
Incredible fossil evidence points to Noah’s Flood and post-Flood Ice Age.
by David Thomas
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