Reversals of the Earth's Magnetic Field During the Genesis Flood

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Presented at the First International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 4–9, 1986. Published in: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Creationism, R. E. Walsh, C. L. Brooks, & R. S. Crowell (Eds.), pp. 113–123, 1986.

© 1986 Creation Science Fellowship, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Published with permission. All rights reserved.

Abstract

Strong convection in the Earth’s core during the Deluge would rapidly reverse the magnetic field while the fossil layers were being laid down. Afterwards the field would fluctuate for several thousand years and then begin decaying steadily. This young-earth model explains the paleomagnetic and archeomagnetic evidence better than old-earth “dynamic” theories do.

Keywords

Earth’s Magnetic Field, Earth’s Core, Field Reversals, Electric Currents, Mantle Conductivity, Sun’s Magnetic Field Archeomagnetic Data

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