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The Bristlecone Pine long chronology, comprised of hundreds of live and dead trees, is claimed to be over 8,000 years long. But is there more to the story?PDF Download
Morality is a very difficult problem for the evolutionary worldview since they have no rational reason for the concept of right and wrong.PDF Download
Creationists have tended to offer an inconsistent or incomplete perspective of “beneficial mutations” within a creation framework.PDF Download
Much research has been done on the ebg operon of the bacterium Escherichia coli over the last 30 years. specific mutations within this operon enable the bacterium to metabolize lactose.PDF Download
Methicillin-resistant Staph bacteria cause more deaths than AIDS and resist most antibiotics. How do “superbugs” fit within a creation framework?PDF Download
In 2006, on the south end of Banks Island, that a 65-year-old hunter shot and killed the first documented grizzly/polar hybrid (grolar bear) in the wild.PDF Download
One of the scientific objections to a young earth is the apparent evidence that large plutons of granitic and other igneous intrusive rocks necessarily required millions of years to cool from magmas.PDF Download
The Po radiohalos and other evidence associated with this granite thus remove objections to Flood geology and any need to place the Flood/post-Flood boundary in the lower Carboniferous.PDF Download
The Cooma granodiorite was generated as a consequence of the regional metamorphism that resulted from the catastrophic large-scale emplacement during the catastrophic plate tectonics of the Flood.PDF Download
Fossilization occurs rapidly when the conditions are right. The conditions necessary for lithification of soft tissue give clues to unlock the history of a fossil deposit.
The writings of the historian Josephus provide interesting insights into the Table of Nations in Genesis 10. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., explains.
Computer animations on the Discovery Channel were quite misleading about how Ardi (Ardipethicus ramidus) walked. Dr. Mark Blais, a podiatrist, explains.
Mt. Ngauruhoe is an andesite stratovolcano, rising above the Tongariro volcanic massif within the Tongariro Volcanic Center of the Taupo Volcanic Zone.PDF Download