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The inner makeup of our planet may be hidden from view, but we can still discover many things about it that help us understand earth history.
Did the continents drift apart in the days of Peleg as a result of God dividing and separating the continents?
Rare geologic wonders—like delicate arch—draw gawking tourists from around the world.
Exposed in various rock layers are large structures that look very much like ocean reefs preserved in stone.
Meteorites have been used to date the earth with a 4.55 ± 0.07 Ga Pb-Pb isochron called the geochron.PDF Download
Granite rocks exhibit mysterious black spheres, known as radiohalos.
Were enough plants alive at the time of the Flood to produce huge reserves of coal so quickly?
The tiny black flecks found in granite testify to a powerful and recent worldwide Flood. But you have to look closely.
The details of the Flood have profound implications for explaining the geology of the earth today.
Read an excerpt from the book Grappling with the Chronology of the Flood.
There is evidence for rapid granite formation during the Flood.PDF Download
How could a massive, global flood be triggered? Do plate tectonics provide a valid mechanism? Geologist Andrew Snelling answers.
Despite debate about the accuracy of the uranium “clocks” they contain, scientists say they’ve found a zircon with a confirmed age of 4.4 billion years.
The fossil record is hardly “the record of life in the geologic past” that so many scientists incorrectly espouse, assuming a long prehistory for the earth and life on it.
Radiometric dating is often used to “prove” rocks are millions of years old.
Microbes, fully-functioning stromatolites, and even stromatolite reefs may have been created by God before Day Three of the Creation Week.
No other mineral has provoked so much wonder and strife.
Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG–U.S., responds to a common misconception that the Bible is silent on geological events.
Since the discovery of Australopithecus sediba there has been a valiant effort to place sediba in the ancestral line of humans.
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