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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.
Article
30 Jun, 2023
Upper mantle viscosity may be lower than assumed

Upper mantle viscosity may be lower than assumed

Recent research suggest mantle viscosity might be much lower than previously assumed, providing support for a biblical timeframe.
Article
23 Jun, 2023
Did the earth ever wobble twelve degrees?

Did the earth ever wobble twelve degrees?

Biblical explanations of paleomagnetic data are simpler and more elegant than old-earth explanations.
Article
09 Jun, 2023
Probing the earth's deep places

Probing the earth's deep places

Interview with scientist who develops detailed computer models of the structure and processes of the earths interior
Article
31 May, 2023
Passive margins

Passive margins

Passive margins create explanatory difficulties for uniformitarians but make sense in light of the receding waters of Noahs Flood.
Article
07 Oct, 2022
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.
Article
30 Nov, 2021
The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea

The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea

The pre-Flood continental configuration more likely looked like Pangaea than Rodinia.
Article
03 Sep, 2021
The biblical Flood helps explain shallow metamorphic rocks

The biblical Flood helps explain shallow metamorphic rocks

Biblical Flood models help explain shallow metamorphic rocks.
Article
23 Jul, 2021
Drying out after the Flood

Drying out after the Flood

Local Flood advocates say the wind could not have dried the earth after the Flood. This is nonsense.
Article
02 Jan, 2021
South Caspian Basin supports a late Cenozoic Flood boundary

South Caspian Basin supports a late Cenozoic Flood boundary

The size and marine nature of the sediments in the South Caspian basin support an Upper Cenozoic post-Flood boundary.
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01 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.
Article
11 Dec, 2020
William Lane Craig flubs on the Flood

William Lane Craig flubs on the Flood

William Lane Craig, Genesis Account, Genesis Flood, Ice Age, Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
Article
21 May, 2020
Appalachian Mountains young

Appalachian Mountains young

Steep vertical cliffs in the Appalachian Mountains should have eroded much faster than secular scientists say.
Article
30 Jun, 2017
Inconsistencies in the plate tectonics model

Inconsistencies in the plate tectonics model

The latest research on plate tectonics models.
Article
05 Aug, 2016
Plate tectonics today

Plate tectonics today

Multiple, largely independent, lines of observational evidence strongly support the notions that tectonic plates exist and move in a coherent manner, commonly on the order of centimetres per year.
Article
30 Aug, 2013
The Wilson cycle: a serious problem for Catastrophic Plate Tectonics

The Wilson cycle: a serious problem for Catastrophic Plate Tectonics

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24 Jul, 2008

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