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/article/new-evidence-for-catastrophic-plate-tectonics
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Geophysicist Samantha Hansen and colleagues may have just strengthened evidence for catastrophic plate tectonics (CPT), the leading theoretical model for explaining the Genesis Flood.1 Almost 40 years ago, creation scientist and geophysicist Dr....

/article/intelligently-designed-flapping-frequencies
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Physicists at Roskilde University in Denmark have shown that a single equation correctly describes the frequency of wing and fin strokes for a wide array of flying and swimming creatures, including birds, insects, bats, and whales.1,2 They used a...

/article/recordbreakinggalaxy
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have recently confirmed that two galaxies are extremely distant, with one becoming the new record holder as the most distant galaxy from Earth.1,2 The new record-holding galaxy is designated as...

/article/giant-ichthyosaur-largest-ever-marine-reptile
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Paleontologists have discovered portions of a giant ichthyosaur’s lower jawbone on Blue Anchor Beach at the southern entrance to the United Kingdom’s Bristol Channel.1,2 Although ichthyosaurs have a superficial resemblance to...

/article/oysters-pre-flood-longevity
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - The oyster species Crassostrea virginica, also known as the eastern oyster, is a prized seafood. Research has demonstrated that a fossil version of the Crassostrea oyster lived much longer than its modern-day counterparts. Called Crassostrea...

/article/scientists-question-big-bang-assumption
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - In April 2024, some of the world’s leading cosmologists convened at the Royal Society in London to question the cosmological principle—the assumption that the universe is the same everywhere and in every direction.1,2 This is a highly...

/article/icr-prepares-you-for-great-american-solar-eclipse
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - On Monday, April 8th, the moon will move directly between the earth and the sun, resulting in a total solar eclipse visible in northern Mexico, much of the United States, and far-eastern Canada. Over the course of about one hour and 15 minutes,...

/article/subsurface-ocean-on-mimas
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Scientists have analyzed data obtained from the Cassini spacecraft and concluded that irregularities in the orbit of Saturn’s moon Mimas indicate that it contains a hidden ocean of liquid water beneath its surface.1 Similar arguments have...

/article/geneticist-fired-affirming-humans-900-years
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Geneticist Alexander Kudryavtsev, the head of the Russian Academy of Science’s Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, has been fired, reportedly because he publicly affirmed that humans once lived 900 years.1 The Russian news agency...

/article/evolutionist-icr-research-explain-fossil-giantism
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Recent evolutionary research is attempting to provide an explanation for why some animals became smaller over time. Or equivalently, it is attempting to explain why some animals of the past were larger. Dr. Shovonlal Roy of the University of...

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