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Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Purpose Is there geological evidence for a global flood? Is there evidence that the waters rose and peaked on Day 150 as recorded in Genesis 8? And at what level in the geologic record did it peak? ICR’s current geological research...

/article/lessons-from-mount-st-helens-eruption
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Purpose Nothing put a damper on uniformitarianism like the Mount St. Helens eruption did on May 18, 1980. Prior to this eruption, strict uniformitarianism reigned supreme in geology. The influence of James Hutton and his concept of deep...

/article/garden-gods-product-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - One of the most breathtaking sites along the Colorado Front Range is located within the city limits of Colorado Springs. Here, multiple sheets of orange and white sandstones shoot right out of the ground in front of the dramatic backdrop of Pikes...

/article/bav-turtle-fossil-supports
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new discovery of a foot-long marine turtle fossil was announced in central Bavaria, southern Germany.1 The species, dubbed Solnhofia parsoni, was unearthed from the famous Solnhofen Limestone, a rock layer that has also produced exquisitely...

/article/Neanderthals-Possibly-Used-Pre-Flood-Methods
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new discovery by a group of German and French scientists has found that Neanderthals were much more sophisticated than previously thought.1 It appears they were making synthetic birch tar, used for glue, through an underground distillation...

/article/Duck-Billed-Dinosaurs
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new discovery of a duck-billed dinosaur was announced in southern Chile.1 And not only does this new dinosaur lack identifiable ancestors, it also has evolutionary scientists scrambling to explain its appearance so far south. Creationists have...

/article/siccar-point-shrine-deep-time
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Rowing in a boat off the east coast of Scotland, geologist Dr. James Hutton told the boat pilot to pull ashore.1 Before his gleeful eyes was the “proof” of an old earth he was seeking. Rising from the sea at Siccar Point were two...

/article/giant-ants-buried
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists are baffled by a large ant fossil found in British Columbia, Canada. Known as Titanomyrma, this same ant had been found previously in Europe and in Wyoming in rocks claimed to be 50 million years old.1,2 Because they hold...

/article/devils-tower-mysterious-columns-engineered
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Many people have seen pictures of Devils Tower or visited the site in Wyoming. Very few of the 500,000 annual visitors, though, may understand the mystery of its formation or the distinct role the global Flood played in its development. Army...

/article/arctic-lemur-transport-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists announced the discovery of primate fossils on Ellesmere Island, in one of the northernmost parts of Canada. The jaws and teeth of these lemur-like mammals were found in the Eocene (Lower Tertiary)2 Margaret Formation, with...

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