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Earth impacts and the faint young sun
A look at the problems associated with evolutionary origin-of-life scenarios for our world.
by Wayne Spencer
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
Long-distance boulder deposits reveal Noah’s Flood
When rocks are found great distances from their place of origin, what explanation best fits such an occurrence?
by Michael Oard
Message in a bottle
A bottle encased in solid rock proves fossils don’t require millions of years.
by Tas Walker
How many impact craters should there be on the earth?
Does the moon give us enough clues to estimate how many asteroids impacted the earth.
by Michael J. Oard
Recessive Stage of Flood began in the mid-Cretaceous and eroded kilometres of sediment from continent
The geology of south-west Western Australia interpreted from a biblical perspective.
by Tas Walker
Using Bible history to interpret the rocks and landscapes
A powerful way to change your view of the world.
by Tas Walker
Impacts and Noah’s Flood—how many and other issues
A model of the catastrophic events at the time of Noah’s Flood includes multiple asteroid impacts.
by Wayne Spencer
Petrified flour
A sack with petrified contents shows that millions of years is not needed for the process to take place.
by Tas Walker
Norway’s live ‘unstable’ Mount Mannen surprises geologists
Geological forces could cause a devastating landslide.
by Ari Takku
The Sedimentary Heavitree Quartzite, Central Australia, was deposited early in Noah’s Flood
A catastrophic flood best explains the rapid depositional processes that formed a major geological feature in Central Australia.
by Tas Walker
Cretan footprints stomp on human evolution
The results of an investigation into human footprints has brought conclusions that are out of step with evolutionary orthodoxy.
by Warren Nunn