The latest Journal of Creation has lots of excellent articles and papers on geological issues.
The meaning of porous dinosaur eggs laid on flat bedding planes, by Michael Oard
Helium-3 capture in lunar regolith and the age of the moon, by Andrew Sibley
Internal oceanic waves and sedimentation, by Michael Oard
Impacts and Noah’s Flood—how many and other issues, [...]
In early January 2011, a cow was spotted swimming near North Keppel Island some 12 km off the coast near Rockhampton, Queensland. It was thought the animal had been swept out through the Fitzroy River which was in flood at the time. The River peaked on 6 January at 9.2 metres and remained near [...]
I saw this recent BBC report about scientists from China finding 3,000 dinosaur footprints in the Zhucheng area of eastern Shandong province.
I always enjoy these reports because they are describing evidence of Noah’s Flood but don’t realize it.
One puzzling feature is that the dinosaurs were running the same way. Why were they [...]