Spot the Omission

Spot the error. A display at the Toronto Science Centre (Canada) on calendars leading up to the year 2000 listed an orthodox Jewish calendar which, in September of this year, transitioned from 5759 to 5760. Don’t be surprised – they forgot to mention it was 5760 AC (after Creation) and its coming up to 2000 […]

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Sharp Edge Ring Mystery

Sharp edge ring mystery reported in New Scientist 10 July 2004, p10. Photos from the Cassini probe, currently exploring Saturn and its rings, have revealed “a host of ringlets with unexpected sharp edges – a mystery, as collisions (over billions of years) between the particles should smooth out the edges.” Editorial Comment: The solution to […]

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Radioactive Dates in NZ

Radioactive dates in the Chinese mandarin language was a New Zealand first. We needed ‘Dennis’ to translate Creation Research evidence into Mandarin for the bulk of the people who joined us on the Field Trip to the volcanic islands of Rangitoto and Mototapu. Rangi and Moto provide a unique insight into the fallacies of radioactive […]

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Quote: John Eddy on Time

‘I suspect…that the Sun is 4.5 billion years old. However, given some new and unexpected results to the contrary, and some time for frantic readjustment, I suspect that we could live with Bishop Ussher’s value for the age of the Earth and Sun (approx 6,000 years). I don’t think we have much in the way […]

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Quote: Date Discrepancies

‘In general, dates in the “correct ball park” are assumed to be correct and are published, but those in disagreement with other data are seldom published nor are discrepancies fully explained.’ R.L. Mauger, Ph.D. (Geology) (Associate Professor, East Carolina University), ‘K-Ar ages of biotites from tuffs in Eocene rocks of the Green River, Washakie and […]

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How Old Is The Burgess Shale?

Vance Nelson made a trip to the famous Walcott Quarry excavation of the Burgess shale in the Canadian Rockies which helps provide an answer evolutionists won’t like. Vance reports the fossil containing rocks at the quarry were listed as “505 Million Years Old”; but at the visitors’ centre the same fossils were listed as “515 […]

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Homo sapiens Skull

Oldest Homo sapiens Fossils

Oldest Homo sapiens fossils found, according to reports in BBC News and Nature News 7 June 2017, ScienceDaily 8 June 2017, and Nature, 2017; 546 (7657): 289 doi: 10.1038/nature22336 8 June 2017. An international team of scientists has found a collection of fossil human bones, along with stone tools and fossils of mammals and reptiles […]

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Homo naledi

Homo naledi Ten Times Younger

Homo naledi ten times younger, according to reports in New Scientist 25 April 2017 and BBC News, 27 April 2017. The bones named Homo naledi were discovered deep in a cave in South Africa in 2013. At the time Lee Berger, who led the team that studied the bones, claimed they could be up to […]

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Austrlopithecus sediba

Another Ape Man “May Be Ousted from the Human Family”

Another ape-man “may be ousted from the human family”, according to Science News 23 April 2017. In 2010 a “remarkably complete” skeleton of Australopithecus sediba found in Malapa, South Africa, dated as 1.98 million years old, was proclaimed as “best candidate” for a direct human ancestor. Palaeoanthropologists Bill Kimbel of Arizona State University and Yoel […]

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Quote: Age of Earth

”All the above methods for dating the age of the earth, its various strata, and its fossils are questionable, because the rates are likely to have fluctuated widely over earth history … It is obvious that radiometric techniques may not be the absolute dating methods that they are claimed to be. Age estimates on a […]

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