Dig Deeper into ICR Research
Demand the evidence! As our research projects yield results, we will publish in-depth details in the technical literature, and summaries for the layperson in Acts & Facts, ICR’s monthly magazine. Stay tuned to learn the main findings of our studies into the science of origins.
Ice Cores, Seafloor Sediments, and the Age of the Earth, Part 3
Although creation scientists reject the millions of years that secular scientists have assigned to the seafloor sediments, they do agree that their deposition has been slow and gradual for at least the last few thousand years. But even a few thousand years of slow deposition could only account for a tiny fraction of the total sediments on the ocean floor. How, then, can creation scientists explain the great thickness of these sediments? More...
Previous Acts & Facts Impact Articles
- The Noble Clock: Radioactive Dating, Part 3
- The Iconic Isochron: Radioactive Dating, Part 2
- Clocks in Rocks? Radioactive Dating, Part 1
- Darwin vs. Genetics: Surprises and Snags in the Science of Common Ancestry
- Hijacking the Scientific Method
- Ice Cores, Seafloor Sediments, and the Age of the Earth, Part 2
- Ice Cores, Seafloor Sediments, and the Age of the Earth, Part 1
- The Solar System: Asteroids and Comets
- The Solar System: Pluto
- The Solar System: Neptune
- The Solar System: Uranus
For a full listing of Acts & Facts Impact articles, click here.
- ATP synthase: majestic molecular machine made by a mastermind
- Cell systems—what's really under the hood continues to drop jaws
- Oblivious to the obvious: dragons lived with American Indians
- The god of evolution
- Conservation ethics based on evolution?
- How Genomes are Sequenced and Why it Matters: Implications for Studies in Comparative Genomics of Humans and Chimpanzees
- Response to Comments on “How Genomes are Sequenced and Why it Matters: Implications for Studies in Comparative Genomics of Humans and Chimpanzees”
- A Well-Watered Land: Numerical Simulations of a Hypercyclone in the Middle East
- Numerical Simulation of Precipitation in Yosemite National Park with a Warm Ocean: A Pineapple Express Case Study
- Numerical Simulation of Precipitation in Yosemite National Park with a Warm Ocean: Deep Upper Low and Rex Blocking Pattern Case Studies
- Numerical Simulation of Precipitation in Yellowstone National Park with a Warm Ocean: Continuous Zonal Flow, Gulf of Alaska Low, and Plunging Western Low Case Studies
Technical Journal Articles
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