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80 whales buried mysteriously in Chilean desert
Marine graveyard is dramatic evidence for Noah’s Flood
by Tas Walker
The birds of the Galápagos
Darwin thought he saw evolution, but these island birds really support the biblical Creation/Fall/Flood/Dispersion model.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
Darwin and the Fuegians
Darwin used the indigenous people of Tierra del Fuego to illustrate his ideas about human evolution. How could he have been so wrong?
by Russell Grigg
Giant oysters on the mountain
Giant oysters
by David Catchpoole
Amazing armoured armadillos of the Americas
This mammal with a leathery armour was once rare in Texas, but its ‘conquest’ of that state—and beyond—conveys a strong message.
by Lael Weinberger
Darwin’s ‘savages’
Darwin supported a missionary society for years—but why?
by Russell Grigg
Can the Ica Stones be independently authenticated?
Thousands of engraved rocks, many depicting dinosaurs—are they authentic ancient artifacts?
by David Woetzel and Dennis Swift
Footprint fiasco
If radiometric dating is objective science then why do researchers disagree so widely over the results?
by Tas Walker and David Catchpoole
Roraima pollen
An evolutionary paradox still not solved.
by Emil Slivestru
Post-Flood log mats potentially can explain biogeography
Animals dispersing around the world by either land bridges or rafting is accepted by both creationists and secularists.
by Michael J Oard
A river like no other
On Charles Darwin’s Beagle voyage, his geological observations using Charles Lyell’s book reinforced his belief in long ages, and underpinned his later evolutionary ideas. But modern geology denies many of his interpretations.
by Emil Silvestru
Capybara
Humans mostly find rodents repulsive, but lots of creatures love this one.
by Warren Nunn