Answer by Bob Powell Conventional theory states that coal formation is associated with a swamp environment that was slowly covered by sediment and then compressed over millions of years. It is estimated that for 1 foot (30cm) of coal to form took 20 feet (6m) of vegetative swamp material, called peat, to be compacted by […]
The original question was: I have read and watched Professor Neeland’s material on your site about life spans of various molecules. What does he have to say about scientific claims we can extract detectable DNA from material hundreds of thousands to millions of years old? What is a reliable lifespan for intact DNA? And what […]
The original question was: I watched your video of the Creation Conference 2014 about the fossil snake with legs. Genesis 3:14 says: So the Lord God said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, Cursed are you above all livestock and all wild animals! You will crawl on your belly and you will eat […]
How can you tell if a tree is spring formed or flood deposited?
What does it take to make a lens with optimum function?
What happens to their bones when an animal dies?
There a lots. Here are some good examples.
Evolutionists have put their foot in it with this one.
AGE: If the earth is young, why do the Green River Shales in Wyoming show rocks take vast ages to form?
Vast numbers of rock layers do not mean vast ages.