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Planation surfaces formed by river piracy?
Or do planation surfaces require a more catastrophic mechanism?
by Michael J. Oard
Rapidly carved by channelized Flood runoff
Rapidly carved by channelized Flood runoff
by Michael Oard
Tremendous erosion of continents during the Recessive Stage of the Flood
The erosion that occurred during the latter stages of Noah’s Flood is almost unimaginable, but remarkably obvious.
by Michael J. Oard
Gorge ‘looks thousands of years old’, but created in months
Within months, a river was so drastically changed that many could not believe what they were seeing.
by David Whyte
Revisiting the problem of very old landforms
Should landforms like planation surfaces even still exist, if the earth is billions of years old?
by Michael J. Oard
The remarkable landscape around Provadia, Bulgaria
Formed by Noah’s Flood
by Tas Walker
Black Mountain, North Queensland, Australia
How did this fascinating tourist feature form?
by Tas Walker
Do ‘laterite’ soils take a million years to form?
Do ‘laterite’ soils take a million years to form?
by Shaun Doyle
Not enough rocks: the sedimentary record and deep time
According to modern sedimentation rates, are there enough sedimentary rocks to span the millions of years of ‘geologic time’?
by John K. Reed and Michael J. Oard
Inselbergs
The incredible geological features that defy explanation within a secular interpretation.
by Michael Oard
How were giant coastal sand dunes formed?
Massive coastal sand dunes were most likely formed both before the post Flood Ice Age, and immediately after the post Flood Ice Age.
by Ron Neller
What would Noah have observed coming off the Ark?
Have you ever thought about what sort of things would have been seen straight after the Flood? Could anything from the pre-Flood world have survived?
by Phil Robinson