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Time fears the pyramids?
How the Egyptian pyramids fit into the true biblical history
by Gavin Cox
The Vredefort Dome, South Africa
Long-age thinking held back scientific explanations of a major South African geological feature.
by Tas Walker
The problem of the wet Sahara
The Sahara Desert was once well-watered. How did it become a desert?
by Michael Oard
‘Animal salad’ points to catastrophic demise
Evolutionists struggle to explain an enormous fossil graveyard that includes sea, land, and flying creatures.
by Len de Beer
African invasion of the bodysnatchers
In the heyday of evolutionary racism, materialistic scientists saw dark-skinned people as mere specimens to be studied, and they engaged in the macabre trade of body parts from various countries.
by William Johnson
The hyena—a creature we love to hate
Does the hyena deserve its ‘cowardly and villainous’ reputation?
by David Catchpoole
German imperialism and the African Holocaust
The Nazi Holocaust was not an anomaly—it was the last in a long line of racial genocides fuelled by Darwin’s ideas.
by Bill Johnson
Geologists see effects of Noah’s Flood in Africa
But their beliefs prevent them recognizing it.
by Tas Walker
The remarkable African Planation Surface
A new synthesis of African planation surfaces concludes that there is one large, warped planation surface on Africa, called the African Surface.
by Michael J. Oard
A new view of Chapman’s Peak Drive, Cape Town, South Africa
Revealing spectacular evidence for Noah’s global Flood
by Tas Walker
The ‘giant footprint’ of South Africa
Firewalking giant or fortuitous weathering?
by Shaun Doyle, Carl Wieland
The Neutral Model of evolution and recent African origins
Do the ‘molecular clock’ assumptions of the most popular version of human evolution and dispersal, the ‘Out of Africa’ hypothesis stand up under scrutiny?
by Rob Carter