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Dr. Snelling documents the methodology and history of determining present decay constants and half-lives of parent radioisotopes used for dating methods.PDF Download
This paper argues that the issue with the origin of life and the origin of biodiversity is not an issue of time, though deep time is problematical.PDF Download
Part I of this series presented a number of serious problems with the Pacemaker paper. It is necessary to also understand the Blackman-Tukey (B-T) method.PDF Download
A significant fraction of the earth’s radioactive elements, particularly uranium and thorium, appear to be in the granitic rock of the upper continental crust.
These results underscore the biblical model of human origins and simultaneously undercut the validity of the evolutionary out-of-Africa model.PDF Download
This study shows that created heterozygosity, together with natural processes that are observable, is sufficient to account for species’ diversity.PDF Download
We find that small variations in galaxy density as a function of redshift do exist, and are not due to the Malmquist bias.PDF Download
Dr. Danny Faulkner proposes that Genesis 1:1 is an introductory encapsulation that establishes a foundation for building a biblical model of astronomy.PDF Download
This paper, the first in a series, demonstrates that much of the Hays et al. paper, as originally presented, is invalid.PDF Download
Accounting for thick sediment sequences blanketing the surfaces of the continents is a paramount issue for understanding physical aspects of the Genesis Flood.PDF Download
This contribution is designed to document the radioisotope dating data for groups of chondrites, stony achondrites, pallasites and mesosiderites, and irons.PDF Download
ERVs are found in the same location in the genome across species, so evolutionists apply their ideas of common ancestry and say ERVs demonstrate evolution.
Terrestrial vertebrates close to the Flood fountains dissolved then precipitated out to form Precambrian-Cambrian sedimentary phosphate deposits.PDF Download
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