A nation divided In the decade leading up to the controversial loss to George W. Bush for President, I lived in a community of friends, classmates, and neighbors who were vehemently critical of Al Gore […]
A river flowed out of Eden to water the garden, and there it divided and became four rivers. The name of the first is the Pishon. It is the one […]
In a brief discussion on the discovery that mega-scale icebergs once calved into the Arctic Ocean, Brian Thomas of the Institute for Creation Research posed the question: what causes an ice age […]
Andrew Snelling overviews 64 years of research on the decay of 87Rb, only to show that we know its decay rate very accurately. Therefore, radiometric dates are likely trustworthy.
Today’s post comes to us courtesy of David MacMillan, a former young-Earth creationist who is now a skilled and avid writer on the creationist movement. David, who holds a B.S. in Physics […]
The following guest post was authored by Dr. Willy Fjeldskaar, a petroleum reservoir geologist and an adjunct professor at the University of Stavanger in Norway. He argues that even the temperature of sedimentary […]
From confirmed hypothesis to logical fallacy? I began last post with an overview of Milankovitch Theory and its application in sediment cores, because the most recent issue of the Answers Research Journal has […]
Eccentricity, obliquity, and precession: the longest seasons on Earth At least since the days of Isaac Newton and Johannes Kepler, astronomers have recognized that the Earth does not orbit the sun […]