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William Pengelly’s Brixham cave excavations, and belief in the antiquity of man
William Pengelly’s 19th century cave excavations in Brixham, southwest England, encouraged support of the erroneous belief in the antiquity of mankind beyond the biblical timeframe.
by Andrew Sibley
Mossdale Caverns, Yorkshire Dales, England
How were caves like this formed?
by Ron Neller
Speleothem growth
A question is asked about sceptics’ responses to creationists using speedy growth rates of speleothems under man-made structures to illustrate speedy natural cave formations
by Gavin Cox
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
Rapid growth of caves and speleothems: part 2—growth rate variables
What variables affect the growth rate of speleothems?
by Michael J. Oard
Defying deep-time dogma
Showing how cave structures don’t always form by ‘slow and gradual’ processes.
by Gavin Cox
Rapid growth of caves and speleothems: part 1—the excavation of the cave
Could sulfuric acid help excavate many caves in a biblical timescale?
by Michael J. Oard
Catastrophic Caves: Untold secrets of Planet Earth by Vance Nelson
Noah’s Flood is the key to understand the rapid formation of caverns.
by Joel Tay
Please do something about Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
It turns people away from trusting the Bible.
by Tas Walker
Caving in to creation
Carl Wieland interviews Romanian geologist and world cave authority Dr Emil Silvestru
by Carl Wieland
The amazing cave people of Malta
Evolutionist indoctrination has led many to link the idea of ‘cave dwelling’ with the notion of ‘primitive subhumans’. But this does not logically follow, as recent evidence confirms.
by Joseph Mizzi and Michael Matthews
Caves and age
How radioactive dating confuses the situation
by Emil Silvestru