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Algal Explosion Got Us Here

Algal explosion got us here, according to articles in ScienceDaily 16 August, and ABC News and BBC News 17 August 2017, and Nature, doi: 10.1038/nature23457, Published online 16 August 2017. Scientists at Australian National University claim to have solved the mystery of how the first animals appeared on earth, and therefore how we got here. […]

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Shifting Winds Release Ocean Carbon Dioxide

Shifting winds release ocean carbon dioxide, according to a report in ScienceDaily, 13 March 2009. Many scientists believe the dramatic climate shift involved in ending the last ice age, usually dated as being around 17,000 years ago, occurred due a change in the earth’s orbit. Ice core records show an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide […]

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Sea Level Scepticism

Sea level scepticism reported in news.com.au. After viewing an Australian Museum display of the changing coastline around Sydney Piers Akerman, writing for the Sunday Telegraph, claims “climate doomsayers are all at sea”. According to the Museum, 18,000 years ago the coastline was 15 km (9.3 miles) to the east and 120 metres (394ft) below the […]

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Sale Reveals Darwin’s Geology

Sale reveals Darwin’s geology, reports The Herald, May 17, 2006 as an original edition of Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, goes on sale for 45,000 pounds at an event in London during June. The book has been scrawled on and defaced by one of his peers, the leading Scottish geologist Sir Roderick Impey […]

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Rock Layers Challenge Asteroid Theory

Rock layers challenge asteroid theory, according to report in ScienceDaily 28April 2009. The popular belief that dinosaurs (and many other plants and animals) suddenly died out after an asteroid crashed into earth 65 million years ago has been challenged by scientists. The asteroid impact is claimed to have marked the end of the Cretaceous period […]

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Rising Sea Level Surprise

Rising sea level surprise, according to a report in ABC (Australia) News in Science 3 June 2010 and Global and Planetary Change online 21 May 2010. Arthur P. Webb of Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission, Fiji and Paul Kench of School of Environment, The University of Auckland, New Zealand have studied aerial photos of 27 […]

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Rising Sea Level Claim Retracted

Rising sea level claim retracted reported an article in The Guardian, 21 February 2010 and Nature Geoscience, published online, 21 February 2010. In July 2009 a group of scientists led by Mark Siddall, of Earth Sciences Department, University of Bristol, UK published a report that predicted global warming could cause to rise by between 7cm […]

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Rapid Granite Growth

Rapid granite growth reported in Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 116, 9-16. 2005. In a paper by J.D.Clemens entitled ‘Granites and granitic magmas: strange phenomena and new perspectives on some old problems’, geologists claim that massive granite formations do not take millions of years to form. The abstract to the paper concludes: “The granitic melt […]

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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: Potassium Argon Dating

‘In conventional interpretation of K/Ar (potassium/argon) age data, it is common to discard ages which are substantially too high or too low compared with the rest of the group or with other available data such as the geological time scale. The discrepancies between the rejected and the accepted are arbitrarily attributed to excess or loss […]

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