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Vampire finches of the Galápagos
If you think finches are cute birds that eat seeds, then check out the ones on Wolf Island.
by David Catchpoole
The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics
How the account in Genesis 11 accurately records the origin of different languages.
by K. J. Duursma
The stress/heat flow paradox of the San Andreas Fault, California
What’s wrong with the traditional uniformitarian explanations of the San Andreas Fault?
by Michael J. Oard
Kata Tjuta: an astonishing story
Kata Tjuta, a famous Australian tourist attraction amazes visitors. Visit the Olgas in Central Australia and discover what is so astonishing.
by Tas Walker
‘Sleeping Beauty’ bacteria
Researchers have successfully revived Antarctic bacteria said to have been dormant for eight million years. But sceptics say that’s impossible—there must have been contamination. So what’s the answer?
by David Catchpoole
Radioisotope dating of rocks in the Grand Canyon
The discordant ‘dates’ for Grand Canyon rocks point to an episode of accelerated radioactive decay some time in the past.
by Andrew A. Snelling
Suddenly there was culture
Creation for Kids: Suddenly there was culture
by Lara Wieland
Do Greenland ice cores show over one hundred thousand years of annual layers?
Do Greenland ice cores show over one hundred thousand years of annual layers?
by Michael J Oard
Coal, volcanism and Noah’s Flood
by Dr Andrew Snelling and John Mackay
Our World (Answers for Kids)
by n/a
Australia’s burning mountain
by Andrew Snelling
How long have Aborigines been in Australia?