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Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists are still trying to explain the origin of Earth’s continents. Some have even called this mystery the “holy grail” of geology.1 But rather than explaining their origin, a new study in Proceedings of the...

/article/supersaurus-sized-dinosaur
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Scientists are still trying to out-do each another by finding the biggest dinosaur. Brian Curtice, from the Arizona Museum of Natural History, recently threw his name in the hat with a new analysis of the long-necked dinosaur Supersaurus.1 His...

/article/flood-explains-crab-in-amber
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A team of evolutionary scientists from the U.S., China, and Canada recently found a complete tiny crab in amber.1 Publishing in Science Advances, the team determined that the specimen was a member of Eubrachyura, a category of “true...

/article/new-proposed-babel-site-supports-ark-location
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Most people believe the Tower of Babel was built somewhere in Iraq or even modern-day Syria. However, a recent article proposed that the Tower of Babel was built farther north in southeast Turkey.1 While their research needs verification, this...

/article/did-the-earth-tilt-during-the-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and several universities in the United States, Italy, and Japan have recently claimed the Earth’s axis tilted about 12 degrees in the Late Cretaceous.1 Geological research...

/article/the-flood-explains-the-missing-dinosaurs
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - The pattern of fossils in the rock record has always been complex, and the dinosaur fossils maybe even more so. A recent article tried to explain why only small and large-size carnivorous dinosaurs (theropods) are found in Upper Cretaceous...

/article/great-unconformity-solved-by-global-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - The Great Unconformity is one of the most baffling mysteries in the geological sciences.1 It is marked by a massive surface of erosion that appears all over the world at about the same time. Many studies have tried and failed to satisfactorily...

/article/worlds-tiniest-dinosaur-is-just-a-lizard
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Many of the world’s top paleontologists were again recently fooled by their own preconceived ideas. This time it was a tiny skull trapped in amber that was declared a hummingbird-size dinosaur and named Oculudentavis.1 The initial report...

/article/north-pole-dinosaurs
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Eight species of dinosaurs were recently unearthed in the Prince Creek Formation of northern Alaska.1 The latest discovery, published in Current Biology, claims the bones were near the North Pole at the time of their burial in Cretaceous System...

/article/extending-the-whopper-sand-mystery
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - In the last three years, Shell Oil Company has made three significant discoveries in the Whopper Sand, a massive offshore Cenozoic sedimentary deposit in the Gulf of Mexico.1-3 These new finds further extend the oil production in the Whopper...

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