Ice Age and Seafloor Sediments | The Institute for Creation Research

Ice Age and Seafloor Sediments

Seafloor sediments and dating methods may not seem like terribly exciting icebreaker topics. So, why does this field of research interest Dr. Hebert and the ICR science team? And how does it relate to our study of the Ice Age?

 

Other episodes in this series:

A Universe from Nothing?

Why the Age of the Earth Matters

Dissecting an Argument for the Big Bang

My Creation Journey

 

                  
 

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