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/article/desperate-dinosaurs-cannibalized-global-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Scientists recently discovered evidence that large theropods were possibly guilty of cannibalism.1 The new study, published in PLOS ONE, examined over 2,300 bones from the Mygatt-Moore Quarry in western Colorado.1 It was led by Stephanie...

/article/grand-canyon-of-greenland-formed-by-genesis-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A massive canyon rivalling Grand Canyon has been discovered beneath the ice on Greenland, and uniformitarian scientists are explaining it as a consequence of flooding.1 We couldn’t agree more. Greenland canyon is as deep as Grand Canyon and...

/article/flood-model-solves-antarctica-rainforest-mystery
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A recent study published in Nature has evolutionary scientists baffled. The researchers reportedly found an ancient rainforest in Antarctica, of all places. The study’s authors claim this part of Antarctica was very close to the South Pole...

/article/many-martian-volcanoes-may-be-mudflows
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Tens of thousands of volcano-looking features exist across the northern lowlands and other areas across Mars.1 In the past, these volcanoes were thought to be caused by lava flows from the planet’s interior. However, a new study published in...

/article/new-australian-dinosaur-surprises-evolutionists
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new study published in the journal Gondwana Research has identified a rather out-of-place bone from a theropod dinosaur called an elaphrosaur that apparently didn’t eat meat.1 In fact, it was toothless. Adding to the mystery, it was found in...

/article/t-rex-had-legs-designed-for-walking
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new study published in the journal PLOS ONE has found that T. rex had legs made more for walking, rather than running.1 Their long legs were well designed for sustained foraging. T. Alexander Dececchi (from the Department of Biology, Mount...

/article/world-largest-volcano-hiding-under-the-ocean
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new study published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters has determined that Pūhāhonu volcano is the world’s largest by volume and the hottest.1 Found almost 700 miles northwest of Hawai’i, Pūhāhonu volcano is almost completely...

/article/dinosaur-raptors-likely-hunted-alone
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new study published in Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology has found that the behavior of dinosaurs in movies is not very accurate at all.1 This should come as no surprise because many movies portray dinosaurs as bigger, faster, and...

/article/we-still-cant-determine-the-sex-of-dinosaurs
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Recently, a new study led by Queen Mary University of London concluded that dinosaur bones tell us little about their sexes.1 In the past, secular scientists have made various claims about the ability to make sex determinations in dinosaurs. Most...

/article/rapid-burial-in-the-flood-explains-strange-squid
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new study published in Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association has found what is claimed to be the oldest recorded attack by a squid-like creature.1 Uniformitarian scientists are struggling to explain to origin of this unique fossil,...

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