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Mummified lion cubs in Siberian deep freeze
Juvenile cats frozen in time give unique snapshot of the past.
by Phil Robinson
Precambrian impacts and the Genesis Flood
Are large craters an indication of the energy forces needed to start and sustain the world’s biggest watery catastrophe?
by Michael J. Oard
The age of the Jenolan Caves, Australia
The long and tortuous uniformitarian history for these caves is riddled with difficulties.
by Emil Silvestru
How did the waters of Noah’s Flood drain off the continents?
How did they drain off the continents?
by Mike Oard
Many arches and natural bridges likely from the Flood
The origin of these spectacular landforms is an enigma for long-age geology.
by Michael J. Oard
Post-Flood log mats potentially can explain biogeography
Animals dispersing around the world by either land bridges or rafting is accepted by both creationists and secularists.
by Michael J Oard
The rock cycle
Is it a valid concept
by tas walker
Canyon creation
Fast-forming canyons show that textbook pictures of slow and gradual processes are really just storytelling.
by Rebecca Gibson
Mammoth—riddle of the Ice Age
These huge creatures are used for evolutionary propaganda, but they can best be explained from a biblical worldview.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Warm early Eocene Antarctica
There was a time when one of the world’s coldest and iciest regions was much warmer.
by Michael J Oard
Plate tectonics—inconsistencies in the model
Just like the subject matter under investigation, opinions shift about in regards to plate tectonics.
by Mark McGuire
The awesome wonder of Wilpena Pound, Australia
How the cataclysm of Noah’s Flood explains it.
by Tas Walker