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/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...

/article/new-reservoir-of-life-eats-oil
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Secular geologists have long claimed that oil can survive millions of years underground because it somehow becomes pasteurized at 80 oC (176 oF), preventing further biodegradation.1 These geologists argue that oil can be preserved for millions of...

/article/mantle-water-flux-indicates-young-ocean
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Secular science believes Earth’s oceans have existed for about four billion years.1 They also think the level of the ocean has remained about the same over that vast period of time. However, a new study published in Nature creates serious...

/article/grand-canyon-carved-by-flood-runoff
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Secular science has long struggled to explain the timing and origin of Grand Canyon. The majority of secular scientists assumes it was carved by a large river in less than six million years.1 Why did it form where it did? In particular, how did...

/article/cold-slabs-indicate-recent-creation
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Since the 1990s, cross-section images of mantle tomography have shown visible slabs of oceanic lithosphere (which includes oceanic crust) descending hundreds of miles beneath ocean trenches into subduction zones.1 These descending plates...

/article/dinosaurs-buried-more-rapidly-than-thought
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Secular scientists recently determined that most of the dinosaur fossils in the Morrison Formation were buried quicker than commonly thought.1 The Morrison Formation is famous for its compositional consistency and massive extent across the...

/article/dinosaur-superhighway-explained-by-global-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - The recent Alaskan discovery of an unusual assemblage of footprints in Cretaceous rocks has paleontologists scratching their heads.   Anthony Fiorillo, of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and his co-authors, reported the trackway...

/article/diplodocoid-dinosaurs-found-unexpected-place
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - The discovery of a new fossil in northwest China sent shockwaves rippling through the secular paleontological world. The new sauropod (longneck) dinosaur called Lingwulong shenqi, or “amazing dragon from Lingwu” was excavated from an...

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