Category : Volcanism

Four Explosive C’s of Volcanoes

The dreariness of the cloudy, damp afternoon air was negated by my energy and excitement as I walked along the path, stopping every few steps to be enamored with the little things around me.  Suddenly, I saw something through the…

May 11, 2017

Hawaii Rocks!

Gentle jungle noises of birds and bugs faded as I walked into the large, damp cavern.   Green-tinted light reflecting off the dark rain forest canopy suddenly turned into the darkness of a cave with black walls, lit only with the…

May 3, 2017

Hawaii – All Three Types of Science

The luscious green canopy of trees suddenly turned into a desert-like terrain.  Shiny black landscape glistened in the mid-day sunlight.  Rolling, lumpy black land stretched on for many miles. The light dotting of trees and small shacks soon disappeared.  It…

April 28, 2017

Birth of Hawaii

“Look!  There’s the island!  Which volcano do you think that is?”  I wondered, noticing a mountain peak poking through the layer of clouds as I looked out of the small plane window.  We were in the Hawaiian islands, headed towards…

April 21, 2017

Digging Deep Diamonds

“Look, it’s a piece of bone!” I knelt and picked it up, then another, and another of the pale fragments on the ground.  It was a pleasant, sunny autumn day, perfect for an afternoon of casual fossil hunting with my…

December 17, 2016

Colorful Colorado Clay

Wham-splat! The pick axe hit the muddy wall, then stuck there.  I pried it off and scooped off the wet, heavy chunk of clay into a debris bucket. Behind that chunk I noticed a rich variety of colors. Amid the…

October 7, 2016

C21C TV with David Rives | “The Stricken Earth: Ring of Fire”

Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives What effect did the global flood in Noah’s day have on the bottoms of some of Earth’s largest oceans? Join David Rives and Mike Snavely to find answers to this question and…

March 24, 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