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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
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
A new view of Chapman’s Peak Drive, Cape Town, South Africa
Revealing spectacular evidence for Noah’s global Flood
by Tas Walker
The basement rocks of the Brisbane area, Australia
Where do they fit in the creation model?
by Tas Walker
Australia: The Time Traveller’s Guide
ABC Mythology
by Tas Walker
Darwinism: it was all in the family
Darwinism began not with Charles but with his grandfather Erasmus.
by Russell Grigg
The ‘giant footprint’ of South Africa
Firewalking giant or fortuitous weathering?
by Shaun Doyle, Carl Wieland
Darwin’s ‘savages’
Darwin supported a missionary society for years—but why?
by Russell Grigg
The Great Artesian Basin, Australia
When was it formed within the context of Noah’s Flood?
by Tas Walker
How old is Grand Canyon?
Uniformitarian theories fail adequately to explain the origin or age of this amazing landscape feature.
by Michael J. Oard
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
Darwin’s ‘Imps of darkness’: the marine iguanas of the Galápagos
Darwin called them ‘hideous’; meet the marine iguanas of the Galápagos.
by Tom Hennigan