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Archive: The Downfall of Uniformitarianism (2003)

This CEH entry from 20 years ago argues that accepted geology is wrong about mantle plumes.

Plate Tectonics Flooded North America

In a radical departure from conventional ideas, geologists confirm key mechanisms of Biblical Flood models.

Assumptions Distort Geological Dating

In a major geology journal, geologists admit that their dating schemes rest on questionable assumptions.

Dissing a Straw Noah

Secular science reporters don't do their homework. Their simplistic answers deceive the masses.

Evolution Suspected on Mars

Mars had great floods of Biblical proportions, but evolutionists find images of Darwin instead.

Ideology Drives Theory at Grand Canyon

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

57,000 Years Is Too Old for a Young Puppy

Inflated age is not the only questionable claim about a frozen wolf pup found buried in permafrost.

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.

Lyell’s Slow-and-Gradual Geology Is No Longer Tenable

Darwin relied heavily on Charles Lyell's uniformitarian views of geology, but Lyell is a has-been to modern geologists.

Aliens Invade Geology

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

The Lone Ranger vs the Big Science Consensus

National Geographic retells the lonely battle of J Harlen Bretz against the scientific establishment, and what made them so pig-headed.

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.

Elephants, Mammoths, and Terror: The Ivory Trade Crisis

Terror organizations are slaughtering elephants at alarming rates to sell the ivory in Asia and buy weapons. What to do?

Geology Fail: The Problem with Proxies

Using an observable data set as a stand-in for a theoretical model can be misleading, as several new geology papers illustrate.

Geologists Have Underestimated Catastrophes

One Colorado storm in 2013 caused hundreds or thousands of years' worth of mountain erosion. This is causing a rethink on the power of catastrophic events.
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