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Another one bites the dust

Another one bites the dust

The head and trunk of Elephant Rock, New Zealand, have succumbed to the ravages of erosion
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20 Nov, 2023
Ooids grew rapidly in the Flood

Ooids grew rapidly in the Flood

Ooids form differently today from their analogues in the rock record, suggesting the Flood provided unique conditions for their formation.
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16 Jun, 2023
Gold deposits—formed by the global Flood

Gold deposits—formed by the global Flood

Gold in hydrothermal colloidal solution was deposited quickly into hyper-enriched bonanza veins at Brucejack mine, aided by seawater.
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16 Jan, 2023
Cosmic magnetic material forms fast

Cosmic magnetic material forms fast

Tetrataenite, a promising alternative to rare-earth magnets, was thought to need millions of years to form, but a lab formed it quickly.
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08 Nov, 2022
Gemstones don’t take ages to form

Gemstones don’t take ages to form

A new study has shown that gemstones such as emerald and aquamarine could form rapidly, within minutes to hours
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07 Nov, 2022
Salt magma and sediments interfingered

Salt magma and sediments interfingered

Current secular theories cannot adequately explain salt formations. What about a high energy, short term event, such as Noah’s Flood?
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30 Jun, 2022
Folded rocks: testimony to Noah’s Flood

Folded rocks: testimony to Noah’s Flood

Many types of folded rocks look like they folded quickly before becoming hard, consistent with Noahs Flood.
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16 Mar, 2022
Largest fossil of 'multi-million-year-old' millipede Arthropleura found in England.

Largest fossil of 'multi-million-year-old' millipede Arthropleura found in England.

Arthropleura, giant millipede fossilized in sandstone from the Carboniferous, demonstrates fast, deep burial in marine sediment consistent with Noah’s Flood
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06 Jan, 2022
Speleothem growth in caves vs man-made structures

Speleothem growth in caves vs man-made structures

Comparing speleothem fast growth rates and chemistry in caves and man-made structures
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04 Dec, 2021
Stalactites in a pub cellar

Stalactites in a pub cellar

Stalactites in a pub cellar show how cave structures dont always form by slow and gradual processes.
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25 Oct, 2021
Algae to oil

Algae to oil

Algae turns to crude oil in less than an hour, by heat and pressure alone.
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18 Aug, 2021
Candles turned to stone

Candles turned to stone

Petrified candles demonstrate that plant and animals fossils require only decades —not millions of years—to turn into stone
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03 May, 2021
The Florissant redwood trees, Colorado, USA

The Florissant redwood trees, Colorado, USA

The Florissant redwood trees in Colorado, USA, were deposited during Noahs Flood from a floating log mat.
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15 Jan, 2021
Review of Timefulness: How thinking like a geologist can help save the world by Marcia Bjornerud

Review of Timefulness: How thinking like a geologist can help save the world by Marcia Bjornerud

Review of Timefulness by geology professor Bjornerud—a superficial overview of natural history that rehashes old evolutionistic shibboleths.
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11 Dec, 2020
Growing Opals—Australian Style

Growing Opals—Australian Style

A bush scientist worked out how to ‘grow’ opal which is virtually indistinguishable from the mined precious stone.
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07 Oct, 2020
Waterfall formation

Waterfall formation

Waterfall formation may not need tectonics or climate change.
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04 Sep, 2020

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