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/article/copulation-did-not-kill-the-frogs
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists recently studied 168 frog fossils from central Germany, concluding that the frogs all drowned while aggressively mating. They claim to have arrived at this preposterous assertion by the process of elimination. Unfortunately,...

/article/asia-data-confirm-prog-global-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - The Institute for Creation Research’s Column Project team recently finished a two-year study of Asia. We have now accumulated column data across five of the world’s continents, with Australia in progress and Antarctica in the future....

/article/jurassic-world-dominion
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Wild imagination abounds in the new Jurassic World: Dominion movie. Even a fully-feathered dinosaur is shown swimming below the ice at one point. But this is similar to the outlandish ideas published in the world’s best paleontology journals....

/article/subduction-predictions
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists recently determined that seafloor spreading has been slowing down.1 And they are not exactly sure of the reason. However, this is no surprise to Flood geologists. It’s exactly what we predicted.2,3,4 Scientists from...

/article/flood-explains-iceland-plant-fossils
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Recently, a colleague alerted me to some unusual fossil discoveries on Iceland that are best explained by ICR’s Flood model.1,2 The fossils of interest are plants, specifically lignite,3 trapped between lava layers. It’s the...

/article/chengjiang-cambrian-explosion
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Conventional geologists are still baffled by the Cambrian Explosion. Some try to deny that it was sudden,1 but most admit that Cambrian rocks record the sudden appearance of fossils from nearly every animal group. And the glaring lack of ancestors...

/article/deep-sea-volcano-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A team of scientists from Australia and the USA recently studied the ejecta from a subsea volcano, gaining new insights into how magma can explode to the surface from deep underwater.1 This discovery also gives important insight into volcanic...

/article/Pictured-Rocks-Nat-Lakeshore-blanketsand-noahflood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore lies a few miles east of the town of Munising, Michigan, along one of the most scenic shorelines in the United States. America’s first national lakeshore, it was established on October 15, 1966.1 The park...

/article/bronze-age-tsunami-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists discovered an ancient tsunami victim and a dog skeleton at Çeşme-Bağlararası, a settlement on the coast of Turkey.1 The researchers also found numerous marine shells mixed within the enveloping sediments, indicating...

/article/welsh-dinosaur-tracks
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A group of evolutionary scientists from the United Kingdom and France recently unearthed a large track-bearing surface in southern Wales.1 They speculate that these prints are from a bipedal prosauropod2 dinosaur, similar to Plateosaurus, common...

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