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Rapid Cave Formation

Although most people believe that cave formations need millions of years to develop, stalactites and stalagmites grow rather quickly. Stalactites, recognized because they “stick tight” to the ceiling of most limestone caves, are deposits of calcium carbonate formed by the dripping of mineralized solutions. As the mineral deposits build up on the cave floor, stalagmites [...]

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Evidence for a Young Earth

The Oldest Tree A bristle cone pine is approximately 4,300 years old—dated via tree rings. The method may not be perfect, but it is the best we have for dating trees. The Oldest Reef The Great Barrier Reef is less than 4,200 years old—dated via measuring the growth rate for 20 years. Even though both [...]

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Evidence for a Young Universe

Galaxies If spiral galaxies were billions of years old, the arms extending from their centers would have completely closed, causing the galaxies to lose their unique spiral shape. Red Giants Evolutionists teach that red giant stars change into white dwarf stars over millions of years; yet Sirius is an example of a red star becoming [...]

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“Time” is evolution’s god

The general theory of evolution is based on several faulty assumptions. (Note: It is important to understand by this statement that we are not disputing simple variations that some call “microevolution,” whose micro-changes are often observed but never lead to a fundamentally different kind of plant or animal.) The following assumptions of evolutionary theory are [...]

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