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Giant oysters on the mountain
Giant oysters
by David Catchpoole
‘The dingo’s got my baby!’
Carl Wieland chats with Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton.
by Carl Wieland
Did Angkor really see a dinosaur?
Skeptics have objected strongly to CMI’s presenting of the famous Angkor carving as evidence that man lived alongside dinosaurs.
by Jonathan O’Brien and Shaun Doyle
How old is Australia’s Great Barrier Reef?
It’s a lot younger than many people believe.
by Peter Read and Andrew Snelling
Stunning Stonehenge!
‘Stone Age’ relic of post-Babel construction?
by Gavin Cox
Wild, wild floods!
Two catastrophic floods were responsible for separating the British Isles from Continental Europe.
by Emil Silvestru
The Vredefort Dome, South Africa
Long-age thinking held back scientific explanations of a major South African geological feature.
by Tas Walker
Claim Robert Ballard discovered Noah’s Flood in the Black Sea is not correct
Robert Ballard discovered the Titanic but not Noah’s Flood.
by Tas Walker
Uluru and Kata Tjuta: Testimony to the Flood
by Andrew Snelling
The age of the Jenolan Caves, Australia
The long and tortuous uniformitarian history for these caves is riddled with difficulties.
by Emil Silvestru
Terrorism and Europe’s spiritual vacuum
Threats to peace and stability generally (such as fear of terrorism) are not disconnected from the increasing moral and spiritual vacuum in our post-Christian western nations.
by Philip Bell
Australia’s burning mountain
by Andrew Snelling