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The origin of laminae in shales
Can they form in moving water, consistent with Noah’s Flood?
by Michael J. Oard
Waterfall formation may not need tectonics or climate change
It may not need tectonics or climate change.
by Michael Oard
Flood-buried crocodile’s last supper was a dinosaur
Did a crocodile ambush an ornithopod dinosaur to eat it, or did it venture upon a fortunate last supper (already dead), before it got buried in the Flood?
by Lucien Tuinstra
The Fagradalsfjall–Geldingadalir eruption of 2021, and other Icelandic volcanoes
Recent Icelandic volcanoes highlight major changes to landform in a matter of months and years.
by Andrew Sibley
The geological history of Tasmania, Australia
How biblical geology interprets our world to add insights, reveal problems, and solve puzzles.
by Tas Walker
The Missoula Flood—analogue for the greatest flood of all
Analogue for the greatest flood of all.
by Edward Isaacs
Disagreements on the post-Flood boundary: a reason to doubt biblical creation?
Are disagreements among creation researchers reason to doubt biblical creation?
by Shaun Doyle
Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman
Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman.
by John Woodmorappe
Biggest ichthyosaur ever found in the UK!
The largest and most complete fossil ichthyosaur skeleton ever found in the UK is best explained as evidence of catastrophic burial during the Flood.
by Gavin Cox
The firewalkers
Surrounded by fiery lava and floodwaters, animals left their mark
by Jonathan obrien
Metamorphic rocks can form at shallow depths
Flood models provide answers to a secularist geological mystery.
by Michael J. Oard
Colonial nesting or hurried egg laying by dinosaurs?
Can Noah’s Flood explain dinosaur eggs clumped together?
by Michael J. Oard