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Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman
Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman.
by John Woodmorappe
Was Noah’s Flood too destructive?
Could Noah’s Ark and creatures outside the Flood survived the conditions Noah’s Flood created?
by Shaun Doyle
The Missoula Flood—analogue for the greatest flood of all
Analogue for the greatest flood of all.
by Edward Isaacs
The Eye of the Sahara
How Noah’s Flood formed this fascinating feature.
by Tas Walker
Stone Mountain, Georgia (USA)
How a catastrophic event helped form an astonishing feature in Georgia’s landscape.
by Tas Walker
Where are the fossils of buildings and artifacts from pre-Flood civilizations?
If the geologic strata were deposited by a global Flood, why aren’t there pre-Flood tools and buildings in the fossil record?
by Keaton Halley, Shaun Doyle
Intriguing Ice-Age art
Ice Age cartoons unearthed in Britain’s Channel Islands give insights into the lives of post-Ice Age colonizers.
by Gavin Cox
How the rocks fit the Flood
Shaun Doyle talks to Tim Clarey about his research career in Flood geology.
by Shaun Doyle
The Bright Angel Trail trackways
These recently discovered tracks at the Grand Canyon show yet more strong evidence for a massive watery catastrophe.
by Paul Price
Growing Opals—Australian Style
Long-age icon created in weeks
by Andrew Snelling
New evidence for rapid Ice Age deposition on the Greenland Ice Sheet
New evidence the sheet is younger than previously thought
by Michael Oard
The life and times of Wave Rock, Hyden, Western Australia
How Noah’s Flood formed this fascinating feature.
by Tas Walker