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Granite formation: catastrophic in its suddenness
Catastrophic in its suddenness.
by Tas Walker
Golden evidence of the Genesis Flood
Ever wondered why water-transported gold nuggets are found on the tops of hills and mountains?
by Jack Lange
The stress/heat flow paradox of the San Andreas Fault, California
What’s wrong with the traditional uniformitarian explanations of the San Andreas Fault?
by Michael J. Oard
Water inside fire
The Beijing anomaly, deep inside the earth, suggests Earth’s history was much different from what is usually envisaged.
by Emil Silvestru
Kata Tjuta: an astonishing story
Kata Tjuta, a famous Australian tourist attraction amazes visitors. Visit the Olgas in Central Australia and discover what is so astonishing.
by Tas Walker
Immense impacts or big belches?
Long-age evolutionary interpretations of the 'fossil record' result in evolutionists having to explain various 'mass extinctions' (including the demise of the dinosaurs) in the distant past, e.g. via asteroid impacts, or explosive vulcanism. But there's a much more straightforward answer.
by Carl Wieland
Was there an Ice Age?
The biblical Flood provided just the right conditions to cause a subsequent Ice Age.
by Jasmine Ireland and Stacia McKeever
Conundrum of new dates on moon basalts
Conundrum of new dates on moon basalts
by anon
Salt magma and sediments interfingered
Current secular theories cannot adequately explain salt formations. What about a high energy, short term event, such as Noah’s Flood?
by Stef J. Heerema and Gert-Jan H.A. van Heugten
Stones and Bones
Stones and Bones: Powerful evidence against evolution
by Carl Wieland
An impact Flood submodel—dealing with issues
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by Michael J. Oard
What do impacts accomplish in the first hour?
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by Michael J. Oard