Nathan Mogk has been researching young-earth geology and related topics since 2013. He has a Master’s degree in systems engineering, and undergraduate degrees in materials science and mathematics from an Arizona state University. He currently lives in Arizona, and has been working on field observations to fill in the gaps of knowledge that exist about how the Genesis Flood has affected the rocks in this iconic region. He also pursues matters of systematics and models that have broad application to young-earth geology.
- Earth’s upper mantle viscosity may be lower than assumed Journal of Creation 36(1):107–113, April 2022 (co-authored with Michael J Oard)