The James Webb Telescope Discovers Huge Problems for secular models, but most still aren’t panicking!! “It might seem strange that secular astronomers aren’t reacting more strongly than this. The JW observations are so inconsistent with secular expectations that it seems logical to question the broader model that produced those expectations. But this would be to ignore the bigger context. With very few exceptions, the secular astronomical community accepts the Big Bang...Read More
Did the Church Fathers Believe in a Young Earth?
Hugh Ross has claimed that numerous church fathers held old-earth viewpoints, but listen to what a couple of old-earth Christians themselves admit: “In his book Creation and Time (Colorado Springs: Navpress, 1994), astrophysicist and Christian apologist Hugh Ross conveyed the impression that there was a wide range of opinions about the nature of the creation days in the early church. He maintained that “writing later in the third century, Lactantius (c. AD 250-325),...Read More
Genetics Points to a Young Earth!
Great Summary: “The new Y-chromosome genetic data brings a huge challenge to the secular science community. While discussing the ramifications of this, Jeanson recently stated: “I’m anxious to see how the evolutionists try to dismiss this second, independent line of genetic evidence for the young-earth timescale. Not only do they have to explain why the data contradict evolution, they have to also explain why the data are such a tight match with the predictions...Read More
Not Enough Mutations for Evolutionary Time!!
“They noted that if humans have actually been around for several hundred thousand years or more, according to RAO they should have accumulated 8 to 59 times the amount of mutations that we currently observe in Y chromosomes worldwide. Quite notably, they empirically proved that we can only observe about 4,500 years of mutation accumulation in all of human paternal ancestry, as documented in the record of the human Y chromosome.” Read more here:...Read More
Death Valley – a Large Ice Age Lake!!
Death Valley was a large lake during the ice age!! This is a Huge Challenge for Secular Ice Age Models! “These ‘once-wet’ deserts are extremely difficult for a uniformitarian earth scientist to explain, because their Ice Age models require a very cold and thus much drier climate than we have today… …An Ice Age requires abundant precipitation (moisture condensing out of the air) to make the ice sheets, and to fill the ancient Ice Age lakes. The problem the...Read More
Fascinating Dating Argument:
“Radiometric dating is not objective science. It is not like measuring the length of something, or its weight. Scientists don’t argue about the chemical composition of a rock, because measurements like that are objective, experimental science. However, they do argue over calculated dates because every calculation is based on assumptions about the past, assumptions that cannot be checked because we do not have a time machine. And if the dates are unappealing...Read More
Caves – Fast or Slow?
Caves – Fast or Slow? Cave Formations – Fast or Slow? Also, how did caves form soooo deep underground?? “Caves and their decorations, speleothems, are commonly thought to have formed slowly over millions of years. However, secular scientists struggle to explain how caves could have been excavated by the weak carbonic acid formed in surface soil. Moreover, speleothems are dated too young to fit within their paradigm, and drip locations cannot remain in one place long enough...Read More
Lead is too Mobile – Evidence to make you question the reliability of radiometric dating:
“Another possibility to keep in mind is that lead becomes gaseous at low temperatures, and would be gaseous in magma if it were not for the extreme pressures deep in the earth. It also becomes very mobile when hot. These processes could influence the distribution of lead in magma chambers…” “…Here is yet another mechanism that can cause trouble for radiometric dating: As lava rises through the crust, it will heat up surrounding rock. Lead has a low melting point, so...Read More
Too Much Radium – Evidence that make it Reasonable to Question the Reliability of Radiometric Dating:
“Some information from the book Uranium Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Geology provided by Jon Covey gives us evidence that fractionation processes are making radiometric dates much, much too old. Geology contributing author Massimo Cortini cites a very interesting anomaly regarding the U 238 decay chain, which is U-238, U-234, Th-230, Ra-226, Rn-222, Po-218 Po-214, Po-210, Pb-210, Bi-210, Pb-206. The half life of U-238 is 4.47 x 10^9 years and that of Ra-226 is 1.6 x...Read More
More Big Problems!
There are numerous major problems that secular scientists have in explaining the ice age including: “that glacial rock debris contains very few trees or vegetation. If a uniformitarian ice age occurred, it would have begun in the far north and slowly moved south at a (literal) glacial pace. The ice should have picked up innumerable trees and vast amounts of other vegetation on its way, if these were present. Charlesworth states: “The rarity of vegetation in the drift...Read More
Ice Ages – but how…and why?
Uniformitarian scientists believe in Ice Ages, but they cannot explain them! “They realize that an ice age requires much cooler summers, much more snow, and a climate change that persists for hundreds of years.4 What would cause these factors to come together? It has been repeatedly shown that the disruption caused by the global Flood would lead naturally to this confluence.4 However, those who reject the Flood continue to extrapolate present processes millions of...Read More
For any GEOLOGY enthusiasts and experts:
Can I get your perspective on the 7th and 8th chapters of The Global Flood by John Morris, which gets into some of the more specific scientific evidences for a global flood. Also, I was quite impressed in the depth of the geologic scientific evidence from this conference. I would love to hear your thoughts on these: “90 Minutes of Geological Evidence for Noah’s Flood – Dr. Kurt Wise” -This has a great overview of the lithostratigraphic column. AND… “What was the...Read More