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CMI is a youth-oriented ministry!
CMI is a ministry for youth, not just for technical specialists.
by Paul Price
Gold deposits—formed by the global Flood
New research shows how gold was deposited quickly as hot colloidal liquid at depth, aided by sea water. This is consistent with the Flood and not millions of years.
by Gavin Cox
Rapid growth of caves and speleothems: part 2—growth rate variables
What variables affect the growth rate of speleothems?
by Michael J. Oard
Rapid growth of caves and speleothems: part 3—Flood and Ice Age variables
How were speleothem growth variables affected by Noah’s Flood and its aftermath?
by Michael J. Oard
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
Early victim of the ‘dinosaur-extinction impact’
The first dinosaur death is claimed to have been drowned and quickly buried due to a huge tsunami caused by the Chicxulub impact at the Yucatan peninsula.
by Lucien Tuinstra
The Carnian Pluvial Event
Did it really rain on Earth for 2 million years?
by Ron Neller and Tas Walker
What is the origin of clastic pipes?
How Noah's Flood provides a better context for explaining their formation
by Michael J. Oard
A passion for rocks
Tas Walker talks to Philip Worts about geology and ground-breaking discoveries
by Tas Walker
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
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
Rising waters separated Britain from Europe?
Evidence of human habitation underwater—evidence of a lower sea level during the immediate post-Flood era?
by Phil Robinson