Category : Climate

Lessons from Pluto

On January 19, 2006 the “fasted spacecraft ever launched”[1] – the New Horizons space probe –  lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida on a mission to Pluto.  In February of 2007  it collected data from Jupiter as it flew by…

January 28, 2017

Bible Knows Best: What Scientific Principle Are These Verses Referring To? | David Rives

I’m just going to throw out a few verses here, and I want you to pay close attention to the phrasing and pattern. You tell me what this is referring to. Job 36:26-28 “Behold, God is great, and we know…

December 27, 2016

The Missoula Flood – Why You Should Believe In Creation …And Not Evolution | David Rives

  Why should you believe in creation, and not evolution? I mean, scientifically speaking. Haven’t we proven that evolution is a fact? When most people hear the term “evolution” they think of one kind of animal turning into another kind…

December 19, 2016

Critter Quest! | Season of Change | Peter Schreimer

There’s nothing like a crisp, fall days. It’s one of my favorite times to explore the natural world because there’s so much going on as the season changes. For people, fall is a time to enjoy all of the wonders…

March 27, 2016

Shifting Seasons

The spring breeze teased my loose, long hair as it sailed behind me when the swing went up, and cascaded around my shoulders when gravity pulled the swing back. Light from the late afternoon sun filtered through the new, bright…

March 4, 2016

The Mystery of Snowflakes

by Tammara Horn I have been thinking about snow. I love snow; how it covers the earth and creates glistening fields of silver sparkles. The trees look so beautiful outlined in white. I smile as I watch children play, making…

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

Ice Cores and Evolution – do Greenland ice cores show annual layering? – Michael J. Oard

Uniformitarian scientists claim to have counted 110,000 annual layers of ice down one of the ice cores drilled into the central Greenland ice sheet, but this claim is incorrect. They have used predictions from their long-age ice-accumulation models to interpret…

January 18, 2016