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What is the origin of clastic pipes?
How Noah's Flood provides a better context for explaining their formation
by Michael J. Oard
Many flawed papers in sedimentology
Sedimentologists feel free to reinterpret data without presenting any new research, and fail to question data.
by Michael J. Oard
The firewalkers
Surrounded by fiery lava and floodwaters, animals left their mark
by Jonathan obrien
Fantastic folds
Curvy rock layers undermine millions of years
by Gavin Cox
Do five dropstones define another Proterozoic cold period?
Are there other interpretations consistent with the Bible and Noah's Flood?
by Michael J. Oard
What’s a billion years between friends?
How easy it seems to simply adjust an age that does not fit the evolutionary long-age narrative. Sometimes, there are no qualms about changing a ‘date’ by a billion years!
by Lucien Tuinstra
More than a billion years missing from the Great Unconformity at Grand Canyon?
How Noah’s Flood solves long standing geological puzzles
by Michael J. Oard
‘Billion-year’ fossil ‘balls’ (part 2)
‘Earliest life’ fossils of Bicellum brasieri were buried by Noah’s Flood and not one billion years ago.
by Gavin Cox
South Caspian Basin supports a late Cenozoic Flood boundary
How should we explain one of the deepest Cenozoic sedimentary basins in biblical framework?
by Timothy L. Clarey and Davis J. Werner
How the rocks fit the Flood
Shaun Doyle talks to Tim Clarey about his research career in Flood geology.
by Shaun Doyle
The Bright Angel Trail trackways
These recently discovered tracks at the Grand Canyon show yet more strong evidence for a massive watery catastrophe.
by Paul Price
The Salt Range saga
The Salt Range of Pakistan has yielded some very interesting fossils—that according to evolution should not have been found!
by Paul Price