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Category: Dating Methods

  • Maniitsoq crater, Greenland

    In order to understand how a geological feature fits within the biblical history it is necessary to re-interpret the way it is reported, and this primarily involves reinterpreting the quoted dates. In the article Haleakala volcano on the Island of Maui, … Continue reading

  • Earth Can Contaminate Alien Meteorites Quickly, Study Shows

    A team of scientists has published the results of an investigative survey into the Sutter’s Mill meteorite that landed in California in 2012. The results reveal that the meteorite contained a number of features associated with minerals such as olivines, phyllosilicates, … Continue reading

  • Dinosaur footprints in Utah to go public

    The extraordinary footprints of 125 million-year-old dinosaurs, which were discovered in Utah, will be displayed to the public for the first time in October. The tracks were first discovered by a Moab resident, Hiker, in 2009 but the location of … Continue reading

  • Changing Stories at Saturn and Titan

    By David Coppedge News from the ringed planet and its largest moon shows scientists can’t keep their stories straight when trying to keep Saturn billions of years old. Saturn News Age of the rings:  First they were old, then they … Continue reading

  • Crude Oil in One Hour, Not Millions of Years

    By David Coppedge A slurry of algae with the right heat and pressure can produce crude oil in one hour. The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has succeeded in producing crude oil in an hour and is now … Continue reading

  • Three early arguments for deep time—part 3: the ‘geognostic pile’

    by John K. Reed and Michael J. Oard Of the three primary original arguments advanced for deep time in the 18th century, only one—the time needed to form the sedimentary rock record—is still advanced, even though it is a weaker argument than most … Continue reading

  • Fossilized Head Crest Does Not Make Dinosaur Into A Bird

    By R. L. David Jolly Why is it that evolutionists are so blinded by their faith in millions of years that they can’t see the glaring problems with so many of their theories? Every time they make a new find … Continue reading

  • Index fossils—really?

    Index, noun; a pointer, indicator, a thing that points out. (Webster’s Dictionary) by Gordon Howard Evolutionary paleontologists use ‘index fossils’ to assign an age to a layer of sedimentary rock and its associated fossils. Evolutionary theory assumes that a particular creature evolved … Continue reading

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. This year science has challenged the popular idea that the universe developed all by itself over billions of years. Astronomical discoveries from 2013 confirm creation—starting with the moon and reaching to the farthest galaxies. If the … Continue reading

  • Which Came First–the Spear or its Thrower?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Scientists age-dated a cache of stone-tipped throwing spears unearthed from Ethiopia’s Gademotta Formation at 280,000 years old. This find appears to pierce the conventional story of human evolution—a narrative about modern man evolving from some pre-human … Continue reading

  • At What Hour was Jesus Crucified?

    By Dave Miller, Ph.D. One allegation leveled by Bible critics is the difference that exists between Mark and John in their reporting of the hour of the crucifixion (McKinsey, 2000, pp. 295-296; Wells, 2013). Mark records that the Lord was … Continue reading

  • Javelin Upsets Early Man Timeline

    By David Coppedge A well-crafted spear point for a javelin is dated way too early for the current evolutionary timeline. National Geographic announced the find in Ethiopia with a picture of a nicely carved spear point dated at 280,000 years in … Continue reading

  • Tibetan Cat Fossil: A Tall Tale?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. An international research team claims to have found the world’s oldest big cat fossil in Tibet, publishing their findings in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.1 Big cats include lions, tigers, jaguars, and even snow leopards from … Continue reading

  • Clarifying the magmatic model for the origin of salt deposits

    Answering criticisms by Stef Heerema Editorial explanation: The origin of the vast salt deposits of the world has traditionally been explained by evaporation of enormous volumes of seawater over millions of years. In 2009, Stef Heerema published an alternate model whereby the … Continue reading

  • Do you really believe God?

    by Don Batten I recently had a conversation about Genesis with a Christian who is a university campus worker (‘UW’). This man has a real heart for spreading the gospel, and would say he believed the Bible is the Word of … Continue reading

  • Questionable Dating of Bloody Mosquito Fossil

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Researchers recently examined a spectacular mosquito fossil from the Kishenehn Formation, finding fresh blood—remnants of its last meal—still stored in its abdomen. They wrote, “The data reported herein provide incontrovertible documentation of the presence of heme- … Continue reading

  • “With God One Day is a Thousand Years”?

    by Eric Lyons, M.Min. If I had a dollar for each time I heard someone use this phrase to add thousands of years to the biblical, six-day Creation, I finally might be able to purchase that newer model minivan my … Continue reading

  • Ute Pass Fault: Sand Injectites and Rapid Deformation Fit the Flood

    by John D. Morris, Ph.D. In last month’s edition of Acts & Facts, I mentioned studies that Dr. Steve Austin and I presented in a technical paper demonstrating that the deformations in sedimentary strata at two sites better fit with the biblical Flood … Continue reading

  • Nests of Big-Clawed Dinosaurs Found in Mongolia

    BY TIA GHOSE, LIVESCIENCE The nesting colony contained at least 17 clutches of eggs. “Not only is this the largest colony of nonavian theropods, but this is the best documented site,” said study co-author Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, a vertebrate paleontologist at Hokkaido … Continue reading

  • Our shrinking brains

    by Carl Wieland Thousands of years ago, humans had bigger brains. That conclusion was reached after researchers showed that ancient human skulls from Europe, the Middle East and Asia had an average brain capacity of 1500 cubic centimetres, compared to today’s … Continue reading

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