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The May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens in the state of Washington is regarded by many as the most significant geologic event of the twentieth century.
The rate at which the corals grow in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has declined recently. Is global warming to blame?
Fossils of sea creatures are found in rock layers high above sea level. This is just one more evidence of the truth of God’s Word.
If the Genesis Flood, as described in Genesis 7 and 8 really occurred, what evidence would we expect to find?
This is a series of articles explaining the evidences from geology for the Genesis Flood.
The First Conference on Creation Geology gave researchers the opportunity to share their research and receive comments to better their efforts.
When you look at a globe, have you ever thought that the earth looks cracked? Or, maybe the continents have reminded you of a giant jigsaw puzzle.
For more than 100 years oil has been the “black gold” that has fueled transport vehicles and powered global economic growth and prosperity. So how does oil form, and what is its origin?
Deep in the eastern Grand Canyon, Arizona, is a stacked sequence of “ancient” basalt lava flows known by geologists as the Cardenas Basalt.
Many do not realise that index fossils are still crucial to the millions-of-years geological dating, in spite of the advent of radioactive 'dating' techniques.
Sydney has its beautiful harbour and famous bridge, its Opera House and golden beaches, but it also has some unique and characteristic rock formations.
The timescale and conditions for the formation and cooling of granites are totally consistent with a 6,000–7,000 year-old earth and a global cataclysmic flood 4,500–5,000 years ago.
Astronomers have known for decades about the strange ‘connection’ between the galaxy NGC4319 and the quasar Markarian 205.
Neutrinos have fascinated physicists since they were ‘invented’ 67 years ago
Readers of Nature could have read all about it more than a decade ago in the Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal.
Creationists have long argued that the rings of Saturn are less than 1 million years old, in spite of evolutionists’ claims that the planet is 4.5–5.0 billion years old.
Contrary evidence pointing to relatively rapid, even catastrophic, formation of granites is now beginning to surface.
Diamond grains discovered in high-grade metamorphic rocks (gneisses) from Norway may force geologists to rethink ideas about the Earth’s crust and processes.
‘Instant petrified wood’—so ran the heading to the announcement in Popular Science, October 1992.
Prévot and Coe (and colleagues) reported evidence they found of extremely rapid changes of the Earth’s magnetic field recorded in lava flows at Steens Mountain.
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