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Pluto Rivals Earth in Geological Complexity

Call it what you will, Pluto is a planet of surprises. Its active geology is second only to Earth's, say two planetary scientists.

Two Geological Process Ages Collapse

Two processes theoretically assumed to take long ages have been shown they can occur quickly.

Creation Research Advances

Look at how much detailed scientific work was presented at the recent International Conference on Creationism.

Geology and Anomaly Are Practically Synonyms

When formations don't fit established consensus paradigms, can secular geologists, indoctrinated into long ages and gradual change, think outside the box?

Mars Is Not a “Life-Friendly” Star Wars Planet

The new Mars InSight lander that launched this morning will be digging for geology, not life. Most likely, as before, it will find lifeless dirt and rock.

How Long Does Geology Take?

Geological change can occur quickly, if conditions are right, affecting life and civilization.

Ten Evidences at Grand Canyon for a Global Flood

Geologist Bill Hoesch summarizes powerful geological evidences that support the Genesis account of a global flood.

Aliens Invade Geology

Is secular geology about to take leave of its senses, believing in unicorns? Read on.

Secularists Can Believe Mars Had a Global Flood

Mars has no liquid water today, but water must have covered much of the planet in the past. How? Nobody knows.

Early Earth Was Flat and Ocean-Covered, Secular Scientists Claim

No mountains, covered with water — does that sound vaguely familiar?

Archive Classic: The Mystery of the Ultra-Pure Sandstones

Reprinted from June 27, 2003, this mystery is worth considering still. What caused these global deposits that are not being formed today? R. H. Dott, Jr (Univ. of Wisconsin) has a problem. He’s been trying to explain a geological puzzle for 50 years, and it is still unresolved.

Genesis Hits the Big Screen

Review of "Is Genesis History?" that premiered nationally in theaters in a one-night Fathom Media event on Feb 23.

Lyell Loses in a Landslide

Politics is on the minds of Americans today. Landslides are turning geological votes away from Lyell's uniformitarianism toward catastrophism.

When Data Doesn't Fit the Consensus

Like evolutionists, climate scientists have ways of oversimplifying or neglecting inputs that could challenge their paradigm.

Dead Sea Receding Shoreline Reveals Amazing Geology

As the Dead Sea's water level continues to decline, interesting geology comes to light.
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