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The geological history of Tasmania, Australia
How biblical geology interprets our world to add insights, reveal problems, and solve puzzles.
by Tas Walker
Defying deep-time dogma
Showing how cave structures don’t always form by ‘slow and gradual’ processes.
by Gavin Cox
The lush green Sahara
How does the biblical framework explain a wet, lush Sahara in the past?
by Mike Oard
CMI is asked what they think about Immanuel Velikovky’s unorthodox ideas
A supporter writes into CMI with a series of perceptive questions critical of the late Immanuel Velikovsky and asks what does CMI think?
by Gavin Cox
More than a billion years missing from the Great Unconformity at Grand Canyon?
How Noah’s Flood solves long standing geological puzzles
by Michael J. Oard
Waking up to true history
An encounter at a dinosaur park underscores the importance of letting the Bible’s history transform our lives
by Daniel Biddle
The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea
What was the pre-Flood continental configuration?
by Timothy L. Clarey and Davis J. Werner
Algae to oil
‘Fossil fuel’ takes a lot less time to form than commonly believed
by Dr Carl Wieland
Mud experiments overturn long-held geological beliefs
A call for a radical reappraisal of all previous interpretations of mudstone deposits
by Tas Walker
T. rex dinosaur relatives found buried together
Did T. rex relatives live and die together, or are the scientists right that these Teratophoneus fossils were buried together in a flood?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Only one glaciation observed in western Alberta, Canada—the ice-age reinforcement syndrome
Multiple ice ages are mainly an assumption stemming from reinforcement syndrome.
by Michael J. Oard
Metamorphic rocks can form at shallow depths
Flood models provide answers to a secularist geological mystery.
by Michael J. Oard