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Category: Geology

  • Meteorite Bears Evidence of Magnetic Fields in Early Solar System

    An ancient meteorite has now yielded the first physical evidence that intense magnetic fields played a major role in the birth of our solar system. Shortly after the sun formed about 4.6 billion years ago, a rotating disk of gas … Continue reading

  • Coal-rich Poland ready to block EU climate deal

    European Union leaders meeting in Brussels to stamp their new, ambitious greenhouse gas emissions plan should prepare for unyielding opposition from coal-reliant Poland and other East European countries who say their developing economies and electricity bills would suffer too much … Continue reading

  • 500-Year-Old Traces of Monster Hawaii Tsunami Discovered

    A powerful earthquake in Alaska sent towering waves up to 30 feet (9 meters) tall crashing down on Hawaii about 500 years ago, leaving behind fragments of coral, mollusk shells and coarse beach sand in a sinkhole located on the … Continue reading

  • Oceans of water deep inside the earth

    News reports of “oceans of water locked 400 miles inside Earth” have caught people’s imagination, arousing mental pictures of water slopping around in vast underground reservoirs. One report said “Massive ‘ocean’ discovered towards Earth’s core.” Not so vivid was the … Continue reading

  • Cambrian Fossil Intensifies Evolutionary Conundrum

    New fossil finds further verify one of evolution’s biggest problems: the Cambrian explosion. According to evolutionary reckoning, a massive explosion of new life supposedly spawned dozens of brand-new fully formed body plans about 530 million years ago. How could so … Continue reading

  • Is Mt St Helens getting ready to erupt again?

    Ten years ago last week, Mount St. Helens awoke from an 18-year geological slumber. The news media and volcano-watchers flocked to Johnston Ridge, the closest road with a crater view. Steam and ash eruptions shot thousands of feet into the … Continue reading

  • Study: Water on Earth is older than sun

    Half of the water on Earth may be a million years older than the solar system, according to a new study. The water came from interstellar ice in the molecular cloud that gave birth to the sun and planets in … Continue reading

  • Study: Early Earth was much like it is now

    Typically, the mention of a very early planet Earth (500 million or so years after it formed) brings to mind hellish landscapes – fire and brimstone, desolation, etc. It appears now that such imagery just isn’t true. According to scientists … 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

  • Does Dinosaur Extinction Encourage Faith?

    Many professors at private religious universities cling to secular views of the past despite the clear anti-Christian consequences. Theological inferences from a recent study on dinosaur extinction illustrate this dilemma. Publishing in the journal Biological Reviews, Baylor geologist Dr. Daniel … Continue reading

  • Oceans of Water Deep Beneath the Earth?

    We should not imagine subterranean oceans as depicted in Jules Verne’s classic novel Journey to the Center of the Earth, but scientists keep finding evidence for vast amounts of water far below the surface in the form of hydrated minerals. … Continue reading

  • Two more giant craters found in Siberia, origin still unknown

    Two more craters of unknown origin have been spotted in Russia’s Siberia region, weeks after a similar-looking hole was found in the isolated northernmost area, a local paper reported. The Siberian Times, an English-language newspaper, published pictures of two new … Continue reading

  • New ‘dinosaur’ has scales and feathers

    Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” might need a little more revising — a newly discovered dinosaur species offers hints that feathers were much more common among the ancient beasts than once thought. Researchers unearthed hundreds of fossils of a new genus … Continue reading

  • The mysterious giant squid

    Tales abound around the world of the existence of awesome creatures and events. For instance, the hundreds of stories of a global Flood, with amazing parallels to the original in Genesis, give strong support to the truth of the Bible’s … Continue reading

  • Rachel Maddow’s anti-Creationist rant

    Creation Museum CEO and President Ken Ham responded to what he called an “anti-creationist rant” by MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who criticized the $43 million in Kentucky tax incentives being given to his ministry’s full-sized Noah’s ark attraction. “Rachel Maddow … Continue reading

  • 11 beaches where history was made

    Today, beaches are most often associated with relaxation and recreation. But for more than 1,000 years, beaches have served as the background for many unforgettable, if not earth-shattering, events. These important events would all go on to shape the future … Continue reading

  • Intact pterosaur eggs discovered in China

    The first three-dimensionally preserved eggs of ancient winged reptiles that lived more than 100 million years ago have been unearthed in China. Five intact eggs were found, along with dozens or more adult fossils, of a new type of pterosaur, … Continue reading

  • Antarctica Rising: Uplift Rate Suppresses Conventional Geology

    Land is not supposed to rise this fast. Generations of geologists have been trained to think in terms of slow and steady processes to explain Earth features. New results show that the continental crust underlying Antarctica is rising rapidly as … Continue reading

  • Digging Up Joshua’s Ai

    Sponsored and directed by the Associates for Biblical Research, this was the first season with new dig director Dr. Scott Stripling. His 5th summer dig season with us – along with 4 additional winter dig seasons he also led – … Continue reading

  • Sulfur dioxide emissions and nickel mineralisation early during Noah’s Flood

    A lecture by Prof Marco Fiorentini hosted by the University of Western Australia’s Centre for Exploration Targeting caught my attention. It’s entitled “Sulfur dioxide degassing during Archean and the genesis of komatiite-hosted nickel-sulfide mineralisation”. Before I describe why I noticed … Continue reading

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