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After devastation … the recovery
An amazing bounce-back after catastrophe gives us insights into how the world recovered from the Flood.
by Keith Swenson, David Catchpoole
Learning the lessons of Mount St Helens
The catastrophic event that revealed how wrongly geologists understood and explained volcanic landscapes.
by Tas Walker
Coal, volcanism and Noah’s Flood
by Dr Andrew Snelling and John Mackay
Parícutin
Helps us see how the shape of the earth can be changed—without the millions of years
by Jonathan O’Brien
Volcanoes shaped our planet
Fiery catastrophe greater in the past.
by Tas Walker
Lunar volcanoes rock long-age timeframe
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by Tas Walker, David Catchpoole
Looking into the Glass House Mountains, Australia
The spectacular landscape north of Brisbane, Australia, gives a dramatic insight into events connected with the biblical Flood.
by Tas Walker
The Tamu Massif, the largest volcano on Earth, erupted catastrophically
The largest volcano on Earth erupted catastrophically
by Tas Walker
Stone Mountain, Georgia (USA)
How a catastrophic event helped form an astonishing feature in Georgia’s landscape.
by Tas Walker
The violent volcanoes of Io
Spectacular evidence for a young solar system
by David Coppedge
Haleakala volcano on the Island of Maui, Hawaii
How can I understand the general evolutionary explanation for the shape and structure of the volcano?
by Tas Walker
The Eye of the Sahara
How Noah’s Flood formed this fascinating feature.
by Tas Walker