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The baobab: The strangest tree on Earth
The strangest tree on Earth
by Don Batten and Jerry Bergman
Another one bites the dust
A growing number of rock formations are collapsing in relatively recent times.
by Mark James
Geochemical and related evidence for early Noah’s Flood year
A proposed five-stage time sequence for the early part of the global Flood, with an emphasis on geochemistry.
by Harry Dickens and Aaron Hutchison
Rising waters separated Britain from Europe?
Evidence of human habitation underwater—evidence of a lower sea level during the immediate post-Flood era?
by Phil Robinson
Passive margins explained by Flood runoff
Better explained in the context of Noah’s Flood.
by Michael J. Oard
Did the earth ever wobble twelve degrees?
Can the biblical framework offer a better account for the data?
by D. Russell Humphreys
Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 4—abrupt changes better explained by the Ice Age
Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes are better explained within the context of the biblical Ice Age framework.
by Michael J. Oard
Masters of their art
Experts are stunned at the breathtaking skills of ancient cave artists that show ancient man not ‘less evolved’
by Jenny Arms
Greenery beneath Greenland Ice Sheet?
Does it support the biblical Ice Age?
by Michael J. Oard
The uplift of the mountains
It happened quickly but did not terrify people
by Tas Walker
Ooids grew rapidly in the Flood
Ooids in the rock record differ to some extent from those that form today. The Flood can explain why.
by Michael J. Oard
A more likely origin of massive dolomite deposits
Does Noah’s Flood provide a better context for explaining the origin of massive dolomite deposits?
by Michael J. Oard