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Category: Geology

  • 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

  • Ormiston Gorge, Central Australia

    By: Tas Walker The spectacular geology and landforms of the MacDonnell Ranges in Central Australia are graphically revealed in Ormiston Gorge, which cuts some 300 metres deep through a high ridge, around 135 km west of Alice Springs. The gorge … Continue reading

  • Still Soft after Half a Billion Years?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. * Original soft tissue fossils are revolutionizing our understanding of how and when fossils formed. Secular researchers have described dozens of them over the years, from mummified skin and hemoglobin to dried up retinas—all in rock … Continue reading

  • Meteorites Shock Plant Material in Time Capsules

    By: David Coppedge Bits of organic matter, leaves, and cells have been preserved in glass shocked by meteor impacts.  Could they last millions of years? In Geology, a scientist from Brown University with three colleagues reports finding glass spherules containing organic … Continue reading

  • Craters, radiohalos, and ‘geologic time’

    This week’s feedback is an example of how CMI can help creationists faced with long-age arguments, whether from atheists or their churchian allies, theistic evolutionists. While the questions below concern specifics, we explain how to answer both these specifics and the underlying assumptions behind … Continue reading

  • Water Deep in Earth’s Mantle

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. * How far below Earth’s surface can we find water? There is no way to drill hundreds of miles down, so researchers must wait for evidence to surface from the depths. An international science team recently … Continue reading

  • Aronofsky’s Noah will stimulate biblical geology

    By: Tas Walker The public interest in this film could spark new interest in the biblical account of Noah’s Flood. The global Flood is hugely significant for biblical geology. Mainstream uniformitarian geologists since the early 1800s have worked on the … Continue reading

  • Fossil Facts and Fantasies

    By: David Coppedge The stories told about some fossils raise more questions than answers, even with top Darwin spin doctors in the operating room. Aquatic sloths:  Live Science has some comments about the “aquatic sloths” that were found with those Chile whale … Continue reading

  • Ancient Lake Bed Merges with Biblical Clues

    By: Brian Thomas, MS In northwestern India, annual monsoon rains fill lake Kotla Dahar, which then eventually dries as it receives virtually no precipitation for about half the year. But scientists recently found clues buried in the lake-bed sediments suggesting … Continue reading

  • Black Rocks Red-Flag Uniformitarian Flaws

    by Tim Clarey, Ph.D. Red flags traditionally act as warning signals. In this case of a surprising rock discovery in West Virginia the flag is black rather than red, but the results are the same. Geologist Callan Bentley recently blogged … Continue reading

  • Geology Fails Oxygen Test

    By: David Coppedge A rock used as a signature for the rise of oxygen in the early earth turns out to be misleading and useless for dating. Hematite in banded iron formations (BIFs) from Australia have been used for years … Continue reading

  • Geological maps show geological history of the Gold Coast, Australia, and relation to Noah’s Flood

    By: Tas Walker This geological map (figure 1) of the Gold Coast area in Queensland has each geological unit marked in a different colour. The legend on the map signifies what each colour refers to, and is arranged with the … Continue reading

  • Gold in Victoria, Australia, formed as Noah’s Floodwaters were rising

    By: Tas Walker In January 2014, I visited Bendigo in Victoria, one of the towns made famous when gold was discovered in 1851. During the ensuing gold rush to the region, the Australian population tripled in just ten years. The … Continue reading

  • Paricutin

    By: Jonathan O’Brien IN 1943, a Mexican farmer was working in a field with his wife and son when he was astonished to see a small fissure suddenly open up in the ground in front of him. The trio were … Continue reading

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