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How accurate are marine microfossil transfer functions?
Uniformitarian assumptions create inaccuracies for reconstructing past climates from marine microfossils.
by Michael Oard
The ‘bloat and float’ ankylosaurs of Alberta
Are ankylosaur fossils really found on their backs? If so, why?
by Andrew Lamb
What about dinosaurs?
Was there an ‘age of dinosaurs’ long before people came on the scene? What does the Bible say about dinosaurs? What were the dragons of history? What do dinosaur fossils tell us? What happened to the dinosaurs?
by Don Batten
What about ice ages?
How many ice ages were there? Where does an ice age fit into the biblical account? How much of the earth was covered by ice? How long did it last? What about the frozen mammoths? How were people affected?
by multiple authors
Fossils in a day?
Can fossils form quickly under the right conditions?
by Ron Neller
Geomorphology provides multiple evidences for the global flood
Geologists struggle to explain how features such as mountain ranges and plains formed by a slow-and-gradual process and ignore evidences that point to a global flood.
by Michael J. Oard
Concrete from algae challenges millions of years
Massive amounts of limestone can form much more quickly than thought.
by Gavin Cox
‘Ice-rafted’ dropstones from warm-climate cap carbonates?
A conundrum that provides opportunities for explanation in a biblical framework.
by Michael J. Oard
The Z-factor
What was the ‘Z-factor’ that convinced a university geology lecturer of a 6,000-year-old earth?
by David Catchpoole
Bird tracks before birds existed?
Sneak peek for the latest Creation magazine: Bird tracks found in South Africa date a long time before birds, according to evolution’s deep time.
by Don Batten
William Stukeley, and an early 18th century plesiosaur
How members of the British Royal Society upheld biblical creation.
by Andrew Sibley
A floating island with growing trees and monkeys observed
How does this relate to Noah’s Flood?
by Michael J. Oard