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Weekend Climate Digest

Don't just listen to the hype and respond to scare tactics. Read the science.

Stream Channel Networks Form Quickly

Large complex networks of stream channels do not take millions of years: just hundreds or thousands.

Geology Tackles its Great Anomaly

A billion years of evolutionary time is missing at this bedrock boundary. How does secular geology deal with it?

Geologic Column Evolves

Like a prototype made of putty, the geologic column is less a reflection of reality than it is of ideology.

Geological Names Are Not Carved in Stone

A good deal of arbitrariness and modification over time goes into the naming of geological systems.

California Had Long Droughts Before Recent Climate Change

Those who attribute droughts to recent human-caused climate change should read this paper.

One-Eruption Volcanoes: On the Decline?

Monogenetic volcanoes pockmark the western United States, but their dates and causes are poorly understood.

Secrets Under the Earth Revealed

More water inferred deep underground, and ancient canyons and rivers detected.

Desert Varnish Goes Biological

What was thought to be a geological phenomenon turns out to be the work of photosynthetic bacteria.

Does Evolution Wait for Mountains?

Here is the latest association fallacy between geology and biology. Mainstream science lets it pass without criticism.

Theory of Mudstones Evolving Toward Flood Geology

A radical revision of the origin of mudstones in 2014 just got another surprising update favorable to creationists. Old-earthers have long pointed to mudstones as evidence against a young earth. The thinking for a century or more has been that mudstones, like some of the fine-grained strata throughout the southwestern United States, required placid conditions […]

Gumby Geology Stretches to Fit Darwin’s Timeline

Guess how fast the Sierra Nevada Mountains formed? In a "geologic instant" they're now claiming.

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.

Geology: Bold Steps in Self-Deception

It's possible to collect clues that suggest your model is working, all while heading off in the wrong direction.

Mars InSighters and Mars InBlinders

The Mars Insight lander has been on the red planet for a year, looking for evidence of geological activity and life.
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