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Are we living in a new geologic age? Recently, geologists announced a name for the geologic age we live in: the Meghalayan Age.
Dr. Sylvia Gonzales of John Moores University in Liverpool, England reported in 2005 about the discovery of 269 footprints preserved in volcanic ash in the Valsequillo region of central Mexico.
Examination of rapid formation of rocks by looking at the example of a rock formed around a modern spark plug.
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.
Contrary to evolutionary claims, rock can form in a very short time, as shown by the example of the pliers.
How long does it take oil to form? Centuries? Thousands of years? Millions of years? Architect Hans Timmers, of Maleny, a town in Queensland, Australia, told us of the following experience.