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Mistaken Identity Embarrasses Evolutionists

Anyone can make a mistake identifying a fossil, but Darwinism sometimes leads scientists to see what they want to see.

Old Earth View Requires Storytelling

If geologists relied on empirical observation, they would not get billions of years out of rocks.

2022 Year in Review

Here is a list of the most visited articles in Creation-Evolution Headlines in 2022.

Can DNA Last 2 Million Years?

A new claim about ancient DNA deserves some scrutiny. Why did they double their maximum lifetime of DNA so quickly?

How to Keep the Solar System Old: Struggle and Hope

Keeping the consensus age of the solar system is vital to evolution, but observations keep getting in the way.

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.

Yosemite Just Got a Lot Younger

This is why you should never trust national park displays. Yosemite Valley could be less than 4% previous age estimates.

Carbon Dating Is Becoming Useless

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

Time Dilation in Evolutionary Rates

The speed of evolution is like general relativity. It goes fast or slow depending on the storyteller's frame of reference.

Ideology Drives Theory at Grand Canyon

Geologists' open textbook remains an enigma because new ideas must first bow to consensus chronology.

Rotifer Mocks Old-Age Credulity

This claim outdoes the Rip Van Winkle fable by four orders of magnitude.

Scientists Set Maximum Lifetime for Ancient DNA

Any DNA found older than this upper limit will cause huge problems for the evolutionary dating scheme.

Whoops; Tooth Date Is at Least 750% Off

It's amazing how wrong evolutionists can be without batting an eye. Errors this large should be a firing offense.

Nobody Can Measure the Age of the Universe

Measuring age depends on measuring light speed in ways that cannot in principle be confirmed.

Radiocarbon Calibration Is Stretchy

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