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Hurricanes, like Harvey and Irma, are not evidence of global warming, but their effects are exaggerated by alarmists.
Both the Ice Age and the many millions of woolly mammoths buried in Siberian permafrost have been major mysteries for about years despite numerous theories.
From the top of the Greenland ice sheet, glaciologists further claim that they can count the annual layers downward. They arrive at 110,000 years for the top 90 percent. Is their claim justified?
The Flood of Noah’s day was the greatest catastrophe in earth history, and it involved much more than rain.
Just recently, Montana governor Brian Schweitzer criticized all young-earth creationists in a public gathering in Gallatin Gateway, Montana, four miles south of my house.
Many articles and books have been written in recent years on the subject of global warming—much of the information confusing.
Despite more than 100 years of study, the Heart Mountain detachment remains among the world’s most puzzling geological structures.
Christianity Today publishes misguided article by Andy Crouch on global warming.
The people of Florida, USA have been reeling from four hurricanes that hit populated areas during a six-week period that continued through September.
It is likely that all mammoths should be classified as one species, or at least within one biblical kind.
There are four possible explanations for the unique mix of cold- and heat-loving animals that were common during the Ice Age.
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