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Surtsey, the young island that ‘looks old’
Surtsey is a volcanic island off Iceland that was ‘born’ in 1963. Evolutionary geologists are stunned at the many ‘old‘ features took only weeks to form.
by Carl Wieland
Tsunami tragedy
The tragic devastation wreaked by the Boxing Day, 2004 tsunami is a sober reminder of the awesome power of God’s judgment in the Flood of Noah.
by By Tas Walker
Devil’s Tower
Can it be explained by the waters of the Flood flowing off the continent?
by Michael J. Oard
Warped earth
Folded, bent and deformed rock layers across the globe testify to catastrophe on an unimaginable scale.
by David Allen
Mud experiments overturn long-held geological beliefs
A call for a radical reappraisal of all previous interpretations of mudstone deposits
by Tas Walker
Probing the earth’s deep places
Interview with plate tectonics expert Dr John Baumgardner.
by Carl Wieland and Don Batten
Can Flood geology explain thick chalk beds?
Can Flood geology explain thick chalk beds?
by Andrew A. Snelling
Granite formation: catastrophic in its suddenness
Catastrophic in its suddenness.
by Tas Walker
Unmasking a long-age icon
Siccar Point, a Scottish site revered by evolutionary geologists worldwide as the birthplace of their long-age philosophy, actually gives powerful evidence for the Genesis Flood.
by Tas Walker
Wild, wild floods!
Two catastrophic floods were responsible for separating the British Isles from Continental Europe.
by Emil Silvestru
Rapid rock
Unexpected application for hard-rock recipe.
by Tas Walker
Paleosols: digging deeper buries ‘challenge’ to Flood geology
by Dr Tas Walker