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Today's Creation Moment

Feb
20
Scientist Sea Lions
Job 12:9-10
"Who among all these does not know that the hand of the LORD has done this, in whose hand is the life of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind?"
Does a sea lion make a good scientist? Human scientists say that sea lions show a good understanding of complex relationships between variables. At the Long Marine Lab at the University of California...
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Space Studies

Billions of Years for the Heavens!

Georges-Henri LemaîtreThe current belief is that the age of the earth is 4.6 billion years; this figure is an essential foundation for the theory of evolution. Of course, if the age of the earth really is in billions of years, the age of the universe can be no less and reasonably would be much greater; it is currently set somewhere between 13 and 17 billion years, say, 15 billion earth-years in round figures.

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Photo: Georges-Henri Lemaître.

Stretching Out the Heavens

Author: 
by Donald S. Clark

Don ClarkAstronomers are looking again. It seems that they can't agree on the age of the universe, which is calculated from the Hubble constant. Last year new measurements were made using the orbiting Hubble telescope focused on the galaxy cluster in the constellation Virgo. These were to be the most accurate measurements yet.

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1. "A Milestone in Fornax," Astronomy, October 1995, pp. 42-47. 2. Isaiah 55:8.

A Pre-Flood Biosphere

Author: 
by Mark Cadwallader

Speaking of magnetic fields, atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations and "geoengineering" brings us to an interesting ongoing topic of creationist endeavors--describing conditions of the world before it was radically changed by the flood of Noah.
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The earth has survived some very catastrophic change, and even evolutionists admit that at different times in earth's history climate conditions were quite different from what they are today.
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Footnotes: 

1. NASA Tech Briefs, "Superconductivity at Your Fingertips," Vol. 12, No.4, April 1988.

2. Morris, J.D., The Young Earth, Master Books, El Cajon, CA, 1994.

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