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Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - A new analysis of a small pair of T. rex-like fossils, called Nanotyrannus, shows they were actually teenage T. rexes. Holly Woodward, from Oklahoma State University, and her colleagues reporting in Science Advances, counted the growth...

/article/icr-research-at-gsa-convention/
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Recently, the ICR Column Project team presented their research at the Geological Society of America’s (GSA) annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. Over 5,500 people representing 44 countries attended the four-day event, which is the largest...

/article/microbes-siljan-crater-no-surprise
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Scientists have reported the presence of methane-producing microbes living deep beneath the Siljan impact crater in Sweden.1 Although the researchers stopped short of claiming the impact somehow brought the microbes to Earth, they do assert that...

/article/european-stratigraphy-supports-global-flood
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - ICR’s Column Project team recently finished work on the European continent, including Turkey and the area surrounding the Caspian Sea. We have now compiled stratigraphic data across four entire continents: North and South America,...

/article/new-bird-fossil-doesnt-fit-evolutionary-story
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Evolutionary scientists continually search for evidence to support their claims of an evolutionary relationship between birds and dinosaurs. Their most recent attempt involves a new bird fossil named Fukuipteryx prima, found in...

/article/observations-support-grand-canyon-flood-origin
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - Old-earth geologists claim that observations contradict the Flood model origin for Grand Canyon.1 However, recently exposed sediments at Lake Mead refute their claims and instead fully support the Flood model. These geologists argue that if...

/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...

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