65 countries send email requests to AiG

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Since May of this year, people from 65 countries have sent emails to the Answers Correspondence Department asking various questions. I thought you would be interested to see the countries these emails have originated from: Argentina, Bahrain, Bhutan, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Channel Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Congo, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Northern Marianas, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Scotland, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Togo, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Wales and Zimbabwe.

People from many more countries actually access the AiG website where many people find their questions are already answered.


Many people have the mistaken idea that petrification, fossilization, etc., take a long time to occur. In their lectures, AiG speakers often use many examples to show that such processes can occur quickly—and one can easily explain the formation of the fossil record within a few thousand years (beginning with the Flood and subsequent events). You will be interested in this news report about petrified wood that was formed in days:

California has Silicon Valley. Could a Silicon Forest in Washington be next? A team of materials scientists from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is on it.

Yongsoon Shin and colleagues at the Department of Energy lab have converted wood to mineral, achieving in days what it takes nature millions of years to do in such places as the Gingko Petrified Forest, an hour up the Columbia River. There, trees likely felled in a cataclysmic eruption and, buried without oxygen beneath lava, leached out their woody compounds and sponged up the soil's minerals over the eons.

You can see a photograph and read the full report at: PhysOrg.com — Petrified Wood in Days.

Note how they say “achieving in days what it takes nature millions of years to do.” I'd like to put it another way—achieving in days what shows you that it doesn’t take millions of years to do.


We had another visit from a BBC reporter yesterday. A reporter from the religion department of BBC radio visited and interviewed Mark Looy, Dr. Georgia Purdom and me. I gave the reporter a walk through the Creation Museum construction. He will be putting together a radio program based on his visit.

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