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Dr. Tas Walker

Tas holds a B.Sc. (Earth Science with first class honours), a B.Eng (hons) and a doctorate in mechanical engineering, all from the University of Queensland. Tas now works full-time for Creation Ministries International (CMI) in Brisbane, where he is employed as a researcher, writer and speaker. He has authored many articles in both Creation magazine and the Journal of Creation (formerly TJ).

Believe it or not—the earth is young! – Tas Walker

Believe it or not, methods to ‘date’ the earth as being very old just don’t add up. For a start, the various methods contradict one another, and are often contradicted by the evidence itself. For example, wood from sandstone near…

January 20, 2016

Coal: memorial to the Flood – Tas Walker

The Gippsland Basin, deposited at the edge of the Australian continent. South-East Australia’s Latrobe Valley has some extremely thick deposits of brown coal which are mined to fuel several huge power stations. One bucket-wheel excavator removes the relatively thin overburden…

January 20, 2016

It’s time for evolutionist geologists to face the evidence: A critique of David Montgomery’s GSA-Today attack on creationist geology – Tas Walker

The one thing that comes across in David Montgomery’s article “The evolution of creationism”1 is how blind he seems to his own belief system. He accuses creationists of “dismissing the findings of geologists” as if creationists are refusing to accept…

January 19, 2016

Seeing Noah’s Flood in geological maps – Tas Walker

Geologists have long recognized that a knowledge of the past history of the earth is fundamental to their discipline. Geological pioneer Nicholaus Steno accepted the Bible’s history as reliable and developed his ideas accordingly.1 Modern secular geology arose when workers…

January 19, 2016

Huge dinosaurs flee rising waters of Noah’s Flood in Australia – Tas Walker

In October 2012, Catalyst, the science television show of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, featured amazing dinosaur footprints from the Kimberleys in north-west Australia.1 Thulborn ref. 4 Dampier Peninsula At James Price Point, 60 km north of Broome on the Dampier…

January 18, 2016

Discovering scientific evidence for creation – Tas Walker

Some people are amazed to discover that there is scientific evidence for creation because they have not heard it before. Remarkably, we live in a culture where this evidence has been largely excised from the public square. With television, schools,…

January 18, 2016

Mining mountains in West Virginia – Tas Walker

Like so many people today, miners in West Virginia often commute to work, but that’s where the comparison ends. Their travel is deep inside the earth below the mountains of ‘the mountain State’, famous for its coal. Going underground is…

January 16, 2016

Looking into the Glass House Mountains, Australia – Tas Walker

(Background image) View of the Glass House Mountains looking south from Mary Cairncross Park on the Mapleton Plateau. (Image in magnifying glass) Imposing face of Mount Tibrogargan (364 m, 1194 ft). South of the Mapleton Plateau near Brisbane, Australia, some…

January 16, 2016

A giant cause The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland: colossal volcanic eruptions during Noah’s Flood – Tas Walker

Each year, almost half a million people visit the Giant’s Causeway on the north-east coast of Northern Ireland to see the remarkable rocks. On the plateau 100 m (330 ft) above the Atlantic Ocean, the rolling plains flaunt every shade…

October 27, 2015

Australia: The Time Traveller’s Guide—ABC Mythology – Tas Walker

Published: 1 April 2012(GMT+10) Spectacular Australian landscapes shown in the video were carved by receding waters of Noah’s Flood some 4500 years ago. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation, a government funded institution in Australia, is promoting the first of a…

October 25, 2015