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The age of the Jenolan Caves, Australia
The long and tortuous uniformitarian history for these caves is riddled with difficulties.
by Emil Silvestru
Do rivers erode through mountains?
Have you ever noticed that many of the world’s rivers flow through mountain ranges rather than around them?
by Michael Oard
Mud experiments overturn long-held geological beliefs
A call for a radical reappraisal of all previous interpretations of mudstone deposits
by Tas Walker
Massive graveyard of parrot-beaked dinosaurs in Mongolia
Paleontologists puzzle about the cause of death but miss the obvious clue.
by Tas Walker
Kata Tjuta: an astonishing story
Kata Tjuta, a famous Australian tourist attraction amazes visitors. Visit the Olgas in Central Australia and discover what is so astonishing.
by Tas Walker
Salt magma and sediments interfingered
Current secular theories cannot adequately explain salt formations. What about a high energy, short term event, such as Noah’s Flood?
by Stef J. Heerema and Gert-Jan H.A. van Heugten
Stones and Bones
Stones and Bones: Powerful evidence against evolution
by Carl Wieland
Charles Lyell’s hidden agenda—to free science “from Moses”
He deceived the church to accept his false ideas that undermined the Gospel.
by David Catchpoole and Tas Walker
Can Flood geology explain thick chalk beds?
Can Flood geology explain thick chalk beds?
by Andrew A. Snelling
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
Creating opals
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by Andrew A. Snelling
Paleosols: digging deeper buries ‘challenge’ to Flood geology
by Dr Tas Walker