Every year “Cotton Castle” in Turkey attracts a million visitors.
Present volcano eruptions are not the key to understanding the earth’s past. The volume of past lava deposits is too large to be explained by today’s activity.
Secular scientists claim it’s easy to disprove the Bible’s 6,000-year history: just count the tree rings. Is this dating method reliable?
Conventional wisdom assumes the mud in earth’s mudrocks took millions of years to settle. What do new experiments suggest?
Even today you can touch rocks that date all the way back to God’s original creation. What do they tell us about that lost world?
Meteorites have an amazing story to tell, but it has been misunderstood.
Minerals display not only God’s incredible creativity and His care for our needs, but also His unbounded love of variety and beauty.
In a few rare spots, geologists find fossils of strange eight-foot-tall “mushrooms.” What do they tell us about the mysterious world they came from?
Despite multiple expeditions over many centuries, Noah’s Ark still has not been found. A geologist proposes one reason why.
Let’s take a closer look at the radioactive dating method and the radiometric dating methods and see how reliable they really are.
The idea that continents move sounds crazy . . . until you look at the facts.
NCSU’s recent research revealed an “oversight in a radioisotope dating technique used to date everything from meteorites to geologic samples.”
“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.
Remnants of a cypress forest were recently discovered off Alabama’s coast. What climate changes could explain such a massive rise in ocean level?
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.
According to science textbooks, a series of rock layers covers the earth, representing many eras over “millions of years.” Are these charts accurate?
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