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Pre-Tejas volcanism and Hydroplate Theory

Pre-Tejas volcanism and Hydroplate Theory

Extensive volcanism in North America below the Tejas megasequence challenges the event sequence of Hydroplate Theory.
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30 Jun, 2023
The Fagradalsfjall–Geldingadalir eruption of 2021

The Fagradalsfjall–Geldingadalir eruption of 2021

Recent Icelandic volcanoes highlight major changes to landform in a matter of months and years.
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30 Nov, 2021
Mount Pinatubo eruption

Mount Pinatubo eruption

Catastrophic processes such as pyroclastic flows and lahars in the Mount Pinatubo eruption are analogues to Noahs Flood.
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05 Nov, 2021
Flood impacts and the start of the Ice Age

Flood impacts and the start of the Ice Age

Volcanism and meteorite/comet impacts were probably immense during the late Flood and likely kick-started the Ice Age
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19 Mar, 2021
Stone Mountain was once molten magma.

Stone Mountain was once molten magma.

Stone Mountain was once molten magma.
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04 Nov, 2020
Lunar volcanoes rock long-age timeframe

Lunar volcanoes rock long-age timeframe

Lunar volcanoes rock long-age timeframe
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22 Jul, 2020
Lessons from Mount St Helens

Lessons from Mount St Helens

How the Mount St Helens eruption caused a radical rethink of previously long-held, long-age views of the world.
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23 May, 2017
Maui Hawaiian island

Maui Hawaiian island

Maui Island in Hawaii is an island that has formed after Noah\\s Flood
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11 Jan, 2015
Mount Paricutin

Mount Paricutin

Paricutin, Volcano, Rapid geology, Noahs Flood Paricutin in Mexico shows how geographic features can be formed quickly. During Noahs Flood, formation of the worlds largest landforms would have been faster still.
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01 Feb, 2014
Volcanoes

Volcanoes

The cause and anatomy of volcanoes and how past volcanoes were much larger than today.
Article
10 Aug, 2013
After devastation ... the recovery

After devastation ... the recovery

In the years after the Mt St Helens eruption of 18 May 1980, scientists discovered that the initial pessimistic forecasts of long-term barrenness were wrong, as vegetation and wildlife soon returned.
Article
14 Nov, 2012
Immense impacts or big belches?

Immense impacts or big belches?

Long-age evolutionary interpretations of the fossil record result in evolutionists having to explain various mass extinctions (including the demise of the dinosaurs) in the distant past, e.g. via asteroid impacts, or explosive vulcanism. But theres a much more straightforward answer.
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12 Mar, 2007

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