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Radiocarbon Calibration Is Stretchy

The latest calibration curve for radiocarbon dating is raising eyebrows. Will it upset what is "known" about the past?

Old-Earth Evolutionists Have Blown Their Cred

All the news media are uncritically parroting a preposterous claim that makes the Rip Van Winkle fable look reasonable.

Mammoth Ligaments Found in Siberian Lake

Frozen mammoths have been found in abundance before; this one, with intact ligaments, was found in a lake.

Venus Is Erupting

If new indirect observations are correct, Venus is an active planet today with huge volcanoes.

Biosignatures Reveal Intact Soft Tissue Is Ubiquitous in Fossils

Yale paleontologists admit soft tissue is everywhere but try to use it as data for millions of years of evolution.

Our Moon Refuses to Obey Scientists

The neat theories for the origin of the moon and its subsequent evolution unravel when you try to stuff long ages into a young body.

Evolutionists Mangle Fossils with Preposterous Stories

Look at the fossil evidence presented here, and ask if the Darwinian stories told about them make any sense.

Saturn Scientists Dodge Age Issues

Several papers have appeared this month about Saturn and its moons, but they all gloss over the implications for long ages.

Origin of Geomagnetism: Bumbling in the Dark Past

When did the Earth get its magnetic field? It's important because life depends on it. Watch MIT fumble and stumble over the question.

Extinctions: A Playground for Darwin Storytellers

The fossils show that many species are gone from our planet. But explaining how they went extinct depends on one's worldview beliefs.

Guesswork in Carbon Dating Exposed

It's the best-known radiometric dating technique for recent events, but it relies on numerous shaky input measures.

How Secular Geology Forces Observations into an Old-Earth Narrative

On the 40th anniversary of Mt. St. Helens' eruption, geologists ignore implications of rapid change.

Kabwe Skull Casts Doubt on Human Evolution

Another skull tosses evolutionary paleoanthropology into confusion with a radically-revised date. This is par for the course.

Previous Tetrapod Ancestors Fell Flat, Too

  Fame and Fortune (cont.): What constitutes a sister taxon to tetrapods? By Margaret Helder, PhD (continued from yesterday) Ever since Prof. Edward Drinker Cope identified a lobe finned fish called Eusthenopteron from Miguasha in Quebec, as a promising ancestor of four footed animals, the question arose as to what features in a fish would […]

Landslides on Pluto Happened Quickly

If Pluto is really 4.6 billion years old, something happened almost instantaneously out there some time ago. In planetary science, where experts are accustomed to thinking everything is billions of years old, sudden unique events present problems. Almost everything should have settled down by now into a routine. One can certainly argue for exceptions, where […]
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