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  • How Could Light Have Traveled Millions Of Years?

    One of the most common questions thrown at creationists is to ask them to explain how light could have traveled millions of years across the universe, if the universe is only 6,000 years old. Such a question actually contains its … Continue reading

  • Skin Sample Is Two Million Years Old?

    Many believe that fossils represent organisms that died millions of years ago. Scientific literature, however, contains dozens of well-described original soft tissues in fossils. Since laboratory tests have shown that organic tissues decay in only thousands of years, these fossils … Continue reading

  • Are Biological Clocks Like Paley’s Watch?

    What is a clock made of?  We think of springs, gears and moving parts made out of metal.  But a clock could, in theory, be designed with almost any material.  There are water clocks, sundials, and electromagnetic oscillators that all … Continue reading

  • Living Fossils Rise From the Dead

    The oxymoron “living fossil” is suggestive.  Seeing a plant or animal come to life, when it was only known from fossils, might seem miraculous.  Perhaps, though, the phrase was invented to rescue Darwinian theory from the vast ages it requires.  … Continue reading

  • The Stone ‘Age’—A Figment of the Imagination?

    Ever wonder where the term ‘Stone Age’ came from? It is everywhere—the supposed ‘fact’ that prehistoric humans used stone tools for over two million years before they learned how to find and use metal. Then they began using bronze, and … Continue reading

  • ‘Relatively Simple’

    In his book Why Evolution Is True, evolutionist Jerry Coyne of the University of Chicago made the following jaw-dropping statement: Around 600 million years ago a whole gamut of relatively simple but multicelled organisms arise, including worms, jellyfish, and sponges. These … Continue reading

  • Seal Whiskers Track Fish Trails

    When waters are murky, how do seals find fish? They don’t have a sonar apparatus like whales, and yet they somehow hunt successfully in the dark. It turns out that the seals follow fish trails by sensing very subtle water … Continue reading

  • Brazil’s Ménage à Quad

    As far back as I can recall I have always been fascinated with animals, plants and nature in general.  I grew up with a love of the outdoors.  My family did a lot of camping, hunting and fishing.  I was … Continue reading

  • Dating in Conflict

    Which ‘Age’ Will You Trust? In 1984, I was on a geological excursion in Mägenwil (Switzerland). I collected some sandstone samples with fossilized mussels in it. This rock is classified as belonging to the Upper Tertiary geological system. Evolutionary belief … Continue reading

  • Tiktaalik Demoted to Has-Been

    The highly-publicized tetrapod missing link or “fish-a-pod” that made headlines in 2006 has been dethroned by new findings in Poland. Trackways said to be 18 million years older than Tiktaalik, showing digits and alternating steps, were announced today in Nature.1 … Continue reading

  • Young Blue Stars Found in Milky Way

    The Hubble Space Telescope, which had been programmed to search for planets, has found 42 “oddball” blue stars in the Milky Way galaxy. These stars burn so brightly that they consume their fuel much faster than other stars. Though they … Continue reading

  • Index Fossil Jumps Past Index Period

    An index fossil is one that typifies a certain geologic period or strata, or more simply stated, it is a fossil found in the Cambrian or Ordovician or one of the named strata and not found in any other. A … Continue reading

  • Mars as Anomalous Runt

    The Mars rover Spirit is now dead in its tracks (JPL) but the planet under it continues to rumble, in theoretical overhauls and anomalies.  Mars has been much on the mind of news reporters this week after a new paper … Continue reading

  • Flying Fossils Found

    A population of insects called “living fossils” has been located in Australia.  These tiny insects, called ancient greenling damselflies, have no living relatives.  Their closest relatives disappeared from the fossil record 250 to 300 million years ago in the geological … Continue reading

  • Carbon Dating of ’70 Million Year Old’ Mosasaur Soft Tissues Yields Surprising Results

    Over the past three years, ICR News has featured over 20 cases of original soft tissues found in fossilized remains around the world.1 Since tissues like skin and cartilage are known to spontaneously decay in only thousands of years, these published … Continue reading

  • Search for ET Put on Hold

    This past week, California based SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute announced they were placing their search for alien life on hold.  Since 2007, their Allen Telescope Array (ATA) has been scanning the universe in search for some kind of … Continue reading

  • Ronald Strahan on Human Evolution

    Without giving anything away beforehand he said evolution had come to a halt, not because we had reached perfection, but because we had stepped outside the process two million years ago.   Strahan, Ronald, Northern Territory News, Sept. 14, 1983. … Continue reading

  • How Old Are Those Bones?

    I grew up fascinated with dinosaurs.  I watched all of the dinosaur movies I could.  I collected dinosaur models and toys.  I read all about them.  Some dinosaurs were small and insignificant while others were huge and magnificent. To me … Continue reading

  • Final Lessons From Ground Zero

    Two years later, the magnitude of the terrorist attacks against New York City and Washington D.C. of 11 September 2001—a day when America was baptized into the world of terror—is still difficult to put into perspective. Now in 2003, how … Continue reading

  • ‘Oldest Fossils’ Are Just Naturally Occurring Minerals

    Scientists have been going back and forth over whether certain microscopic features in very old rocks were caused by lifeless minerals or living bacteria. Because of where these rocks are situated in the rock record, the answer to this question … Continue reading

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