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“Planet Earth makes its own water from scratch deep in the mantle” was the article headline in the January 27, 2017, New Scientist’s Daily News.
Why would the Southeastern USA experience such a devastating earthquake, a region that sits snugly in the middle of a tectonic plate?
Evidently, just prior to both periods, massive tectonic collisions took place near the earth's equator—a tropical zone where rocks undergo heavy weathering.
New chemical analyses appear to show that some of the early mantle rock may have survived until today in rock formations called flood basalts.
The biblical worldview changes how you see everything, even a “paradise” like Hawaii.
Only one place on Earth holds a treasure trove of precious opals—Australia’s Outback.
Minerals display not only God’s incredible creativity and His care for our needs, but also His unbounded love of variety and beauty.
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.
Exposed in various rock layers are large structures that look very much like ocean reefs preserved in stone.
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.
Radiometric dating is often used to “prove” rocks are millions of years old.
Since the discovery of Australopithecus sediba there has been a valiant effort to place sediba in the ancestral line of humans.
Geologists are uncovering evidence that meteors struck the earth throughout the Flood. Could they even have played a role in starting the Flood?
What unique forces brought emeralds to the earth’s surface for us to enjoy?
Geologists have discovered a great mystery—tiny black circles, called radiohalos, formed by polonium decay. Where'd it come from, and where'd it go?
How do creationists explain dates of 50,000 years?
In April 2010, a press conference was held in Hong Kong to announce to the world the potential discovery of the remains of Noah’s Ark on Mt. Ararat. What are we to make of these claims?
In April 2010, a press conference was held to announce the potential discovery of remains of Noah’s Ark on Mt. Ararat. What are we to make of these claims?
Many people assume that rocks are dated at “millions of years” based on radiocarbon (carbon-14) dating. But that’s not the case.
Interpreted in a biblical framework, radiometric dating methods help us better understand the earth's history since creation six thousand years ago.
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