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Archive: Black Cats, Early Galaxies, Baghdad Batteries, and a Christian Geologist

These articles from early March 2003 show what CEH was reporting 21 years ago when the Iraq War was going on.

Three More Fossils Appear Earlier Than Thought

They appear earlier than thought, but show no sign of evolutionary transition.

Did Pre-Humans Build Log Cabins?

Evolutionary anthropologists are in trouble again with too-early evidence of intelligent design.

Purify Science by Kicking Darwin Out

Science writers would do well to apply a Darwin Filter before putting pen to paper.

Magnetism Confirms Biblical Dates

The earth's magnetic field has multiple uses for mankind and life. Now, another benefit has come to light: dating archaeology sites.

Carbon Dating Is Becoming Useless

Due to atmospheric trends, the usefulness of carbon dating may die.

Gideon Inscription Found

The nickname Gideon was given by his father, Jerubbaal, has been found on a piece of pottery dating from his era.

More Dead Sea Scrolls Found

In an adventurous operation, archaeologists have recovered Bible-era treasures before looters could get them.

Archaeology News from the Time of Jesus

Two archaeological sites relating to New Testament events have come to light.

Fallen, Fallen Is Big Science the Great

Big Science has become a dwelling place of demons and a prison of every unclean spirit. And they admit it.

Canaanites Were Genetically Distinct

A new study finds that the the Canaanites before the Conquest were a distinct people, as the Bible says.

Guesswork in Carbon Dating Exposed

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

Saudi Government Opening Up Archaeological Sites

Access to forbidden areas may settle debates about the Pentateuch.

Ancient Israeli City Was Already Advanced

One of the earliest archaeological sites ever found in Israel is being described as the 'New York' of its day.

No New Human Influence Under the Sun

Scientists trying to measure the damage done on Earth by humans need to look way back.
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