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Dr. Hugh Ross’s Reasons to Believe website featured a new result from the Dome C ice core.
The margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet in North America was generally composed of lobes, possibly as the result of rapid movement or surges to the south.
Evolutionary scientists have proclaimed for years that the dinosaurs died out at the end of the Cretaceous, exactly 65 million years ago. This date has been considered an evolutionary fact of nature.
Researchers claim they have pushed back the appearance of arthropods on land by 40 million years within the uniformitarian timescale.
For creationists, the rocks and their associated ‘glacial diagnostic features’ can be explained very easily. They are the result of gigantic submarine landslides in a warm ocean in the Genesis Flood.
A farmer digging a snowmobile course accidentally unearthed one of the most remarkably-preserved plant fossil localities in the world.
Perhaps the most challenging aspect of the theory of evolution is the apparent consistency of its corollary, the long-age geological system.
Creationists are well aware that rocks are often dated by the fossils they contain.
For over 20 years, Lucy or Australopithecus afarensis has been considered one of our first ‘ancestors’, mainly because it supposedly walked upright.
A group of young-Earth researchers called RATE (Radioisotopes and the Age of The Earth) are investigating radioactive dating methods and developing alternative young-Earth explanations.
Such a dramatic extension back in time for the eukaryotic cell raises even more questions for evolutionists regarding the evolution of life.
This bias against the plate tectonics paradigm has developed after examining the paradigm for 25 years. I find many serious problems with it that I have recently catalogued.
For creationists, these reports of 'Early Paleolithic tools' raise questions that need further research.
What if the redshift of starlight is unrelated to the Doppler effect, i.e. the principle that relative motion changes the observed frequency of the light emitted from a light source?
A century ago, a shock went through the scientific community when a whaling crew reported finding fossil wood on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Evolutionary astronomers have great trouble accounting for the origin of the moon. There have generally been three competing hypotheses, but they all have serious physical problems.
It would be great if we could know the actual three-dimensional distribution of the fossils in the earth. This would go a long way towards understanding their deposition during the Flood.
According to the ‘big bang’ theory for the origin of the universe, equal amounts of matter and antimatter should have formed. Antimatter is the same as matter except that each has the opposite charge.
Tillites, assumed to be the lithified equivalents of glacial till (rubble), are often found in the strata of the Earth.
There is a vast difference between how uniformitarian scientists and creation scientists view Earth history and the data sets from the past.
Astronomical theory has lately run into a series of problems. The most troublesome problem is the most recent calculation of the so-called Hubble constant using the repaired Hubble Space Telescope.
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