Researchers reported finding, in July 2013, thousands of dinosaur footprints fossillized in the rocks alongside the banks of the Yukon River, Alaska. Photos of the expedition and dinosaur prints were published on livescience.com.
These provide an amazing glimpse of the attempts of the animals to escape the rising waters of Noah’s Flood.
The researchers, from the [...]
After construction workers dug up fossils of crocodiles, fish, frogs, shells, and plants at Geebung, a northern suburb of Brisbane, staff from the Queensland Museum began collecting and research. Within weeks they organized a press conference at the site to explain the significance of the find.
Fossils cannot speak for themselves so Prof. Suzanne Miller, [...]
Overpass construction at Geebung, a northern Brisbane suburb, has dug up fossils of crocodiles, frogs, fish, shells and plants, buried in the last stages of Noah’s Flood, about 4,500 years ago.1
A piling rig recovered the fossils from a layer of oil shale some 15 m underground and dumped them in a spoil heap, where [...]
Recently, I received the following interesting and encouraging message from K.A. in Northern Ireland:
About 9 months ago, I received a phone call from a man I had visited in one of the counties here about 5 or 6 years previously. He has a stone cutting and polishing business. At the time I wanted some samples [...]
My friend Mike Oard and his family produced an excellent book on geology for children called Exploring Geology with Mr Hibb. It’s wonderfully illustrated in full-color and explains geology in a simple way for young enthusiasts.
Chapters discuss how rocks formed, and the way the biblical Flood produced sedimentary rocks containing fossils. It describes how [...]
You can see evidence for Noah’s Flood everywhere but unless you know what you are looking for you will not recognize it. Did you know that geology books, museums and fossil websites describe the effects of the Flood in graphic detail, even giving special names to different aspects of it?
The diagram at left is [...]
Fossils of 80 baleen whales were uncovered in a desert in Chile last week, catching the attention of the media around the world. It is a spectacular and mysterious find. Why did so many die? What buried them so quickly? Why are they so far inland?
I’ve checked out the reports and the geology of the [...]
Bioturbation is the stirring of sediment by burrowing organisms such as worms, crabs and shellfish. Their feeding and burrowing disturbs the bedding and lamination fabric in the sediment, and with time destroys its structure.
Geologist Carl Froede reported, in Journal of Creation 23(3), experiments on bioturbation that illustrate how quickly the depositional structure of sediments can [...]
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 [...]
It is two and a half months since the tetrapod tracks found in Poland have upturned the neat fish-to-tetrapod transition that has been so popular for promoting evolution. This morning, there was still no word on the Wikipedia entry for Panderichthys so I added the following to “Include tetrapod tracks found in Poland and implications”.