Fossilized forests, are they rare or are they everywhere? There are many geologic and oceanic features on planet Earth that cannot be explained by the uniformitarian hypothesis of modern geology. Increasingly, the trend in our understanding of geology is towards catastrophism. Volcanic episodes both modern and ancient and even prehistorical demonstrate widespread annihilation of large […]Read the rest
Organic Molecules Survive for 350 Million Years?
Breaking news in the science of paleontology! Organic (living) molecules have been found in several fossilized species of marine sea lilies (Figure 1). The fossilized crinoids (sea lilies) are found throughout the U.S. Midwest sedimentary rock but the current discovery was found in Australia (Fig. 2). The surprise to the discoverers was that these fossils […]Read the rest
Evolution vs. Design: The Geologic Record – Part 5
To date, we have looked at the theory of evolution, challenged its legitimacy, and availed ourselves of a brief but useful understanding of the recent development of materialistic explanations for the existence of life and for the nature of sedimentary rock which covers at least four-fifths of the surface of the planet’s landmass. The latter […]Read the rest