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Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A recent study published in Science claims that an asteroid caused new forms of plants to evolve.1-3 But can an asteroid really be responsible for selecting new forms of life? Mónica Carvalho of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute,...

/article/some-marine-extinctions-were-caused-by-the-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Genesis describes a one-time global catastrophe that completely inundated the world, destroying all air-breathing land animals. God made provision through Noah and the Ark to preserve all dry-land creature kinds during this tumultuous judgment....

/article/flood-solves-mystery-of-amazon-sea
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - In the past 15 years, it’s been determined that a vast ocean once covered the western Amazon drainage basin.1 However, studies of the Miocene fossils reveal a conflicting story.1 Fossils are found representing both fresh water and salt water...

/article/destruction-of-plants-fits-flood-narrative
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A recent study has found that the destruction of plants preceded the destruction of many forms of animal life in the rock record.1 This is exactly what was predicted in ICR’s Flood model.2 According to standard uniformitarian theory, the...

/article/no-evidence-t-rex-hatchlings-had-feathers
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - The recent discovery of a tiny tyrannosaur jaw bone fragment and a claw has some scientists again pushing dinosaurs as birds.1 But is there any evidence that T. rex had feathers, as so often is portrayed, let alone as young hatchlings? A group of...

/article/largest-canyons-were-formed-by-the-receding-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Two newly discovered canyons in Greenland and Antarctica have a lot in common with Grand Canyon. Both canyons are as deep as or deeper than Grand Canyon and are at least 60 miles in length. But what’s especially revealing is the fact that...

/article/change-in-plant-fossils-at-k-pg-fits-flood-model
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new study published in Paleobiology has found that many plant species changed dramatically at the K-Pg (Cretaceous-Paleogene) boundary in Argentina.1 Although secular scientists insist this change is caused by an extinction event, the more likely...

/article/cambrian-explosion-alive-and-well
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new editorial in GSA Today is claiming that secular scientists should cease using the term “Cambrian Explosion.”1 It’s not for any particularly revealing scientific discovery but for “societal reasons.” Jacob...

/article/plate-beneath-china-verifies-rapid-subduction
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Scientists have identified a large slab of cold oceanic lithosphere1 dipping far beneath China.2 The newly imaged plate is presumably a leftover piece of ocean that was consumed as the Indian subcontinent collided with Asia, forming the Himalayan...

/article/flood-buried-dinosaurs-with-a-bang
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Scientists from the University of Bath have found that dinosaurs were thriving up to the end of the Cretaceous.1 This discovery conflicts with earlier claims that dinosaurs were declining in number towards the top of the Cretaceous System.1 However,...

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