Jonathan O’Brien, B.App.Sc.
Jonathan worked in agriculture, and as a field and laboratory assistant in geological exploration. In 1999 he completed a degree in Geoscience at QUT and later worked as an exploration geologist. He currently works with Creation Ministries International (Australia) part time as a writer, editor and researcher.
- Darwin’s Arch collapses … and joins a growing collection
- Fast, fine gemstones
- The firewalkers: surrounded by fiery lava and floodwaters, animals left their mark
- Candles turned to stone
- Spider eyes shining in the rocks
- Ceres Surprises
- Ancient Roman concrete
- Diatoms: Artistry in miniature
- Music: A crucial gift
- Geological stata: they’re everywhere
- All one people
- Algae to oil: Algal ‘slurry’ turns to crude oil in minutes
- Radiometric backflip: Bird footprints overturn ‘dating certainty’
- Fast-forming ‘Fly geyser’
- Diamonds—Are they really all that old?
- Water in the Moon!
- Did Angkor really see a dinosaur?
- Peat bogs
- Parícutin: A Mountain in a Year
- How I became a Christian
- The bacterium that came in from the cold
- Frozen in stone … in just decades
- Dinosaur disarray: Evidence for the Flood at dinosaur National Monument, USA
- The ‘Arabia’: a steamboat buried in a cornfield
- Mummified trees millions of years old—not
- How did unique fish appear in particular areas?
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