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/article/preserved-organics-found-in-ancient-stromatolites
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists are continually searching for evidence of the “first life” on Earth. Their most recent claim involves well-preserved stromatolite fossils from Australia. Stromatolites are finely laminated biomats formed by...

/article/black-hills-showcase-creation-and-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - In June, Institute for Creation Research scientists Dr. Randy Guliuzza and Dr. Tim Clarey participated in the Black Hills Creation Conference in Rapid City, South Dakota. They also led three pre-conference field trips through the Black Hills,...

/article/icr-scientists-present-latest-research-wisconsin
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Scientists from the Institute for Creation Research presented their current research at the Creation Research Society’s annual meeting in late July. About 150 people attended the two-day conference held at Concordia University in Mequon,...

/article/the-ark-landed-west-of-mt-ararat
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - ICR’s Column Project, which has been compiling stratigraphic data from across the globe, is currently examining Turkey’s geology, including the area around Mt. Ararat. One question of interest is when and where Noah’s Ark came...

/article/four-geological-evidences-for-a-young-earth
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Most people believe rock layers require millions of years to form. This assumption has been taught as fact to geology students and the public for generations. In reality, rocks of any type can and do form quickly under the right...

/article/ammonite-in-tree-resin
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Can a single fossil showcase the immense power of the global Flood? One such revelatory fossil may have been found recently in Myanmar encased in beautiful, golden Cretaceous amber.1 And secular scientists are scrambling to come up with an...

/article/rocks-reveal-the-end-of-the-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - One of the most important aspects of any Flood model is the definition of its boundaries. Is there an identifiable layer in the rock record where we can say the global Flood ended? And should we expect that boundary to be at a consistent level...

/article/marine-fossils-mixed-hell-creek-dinosaurs
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Recently, a new species of shark was found at the site where T. rex “Sue” was extracted.1 While this didn’t surprise Flood geologists,2 it required some special pleading by evolutionary scientists to explain away another...

/article/subduction-was-essential-for-the-ice-age
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Creation meteorologist Michael Oard has written extensively about what it takes to make an ice age. The first requirement is much warmer oceans than we have today, which would provide the extra evaporation needed for heavy winter snowfall. The...

/article/rock-based-global-sea-level-curve
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary geologists compiled a global sea level curve from the Cambrian system to the present using assumed environmental interpretations and deep time (Figure 1).1 They infer global sea level was lower during deposition of the Permian system...

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