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The rock cycle
Is it a valid concept
by tas walker
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
Geology and the young earth
Answering those ‘Bible-believing’ bibliosceptics
by Tas Walker
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
Defining the Flood/post-Flood boundary in sedimentary rocks
Twelve criteria to use to define where the Flood stops in the rock record.
by Michael J. Oard
Unmasking a long-age icon
Siccar Point, a Scottish site revered by evolutionary geologists worldwide as the birthplace of their long-age philosophy, actually gives powerful evidence for the Genesis Flood.
by Tas Walker
Rapid rock
Unexpected application for hard-rock recipe.
by Tas Walker
Three Sisters: evidence for Noah’ Flood
Three Sisters: evidence for Noah's Flood. Getting to know the three sisters reveals more than just natural beauty.
by Tas Walker
The Great Artesian Basin, Australia
When was it formed within the context of Noah’s Flood?
by Tas Walker
Continental-scale erosion
Evidence of runoff from Noah’s Flood
by Michael J Oard
Sedimentary blankets
Visual evidence for vast continental flooding
by Tas Walker
Geomorphology provides multiple evidences for the global flood
Geologists struggle to explain how features such as mountain ranges and plains formed by a slow-and-gradual process and ignore evidences that point to a global flood.
by Michael J. Oard