for a Young Earth
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Institute for Creation Research, ph. # 1-800-628-7640; Master Books, ph. # 1-800-999-3777
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- Rybka, Theodore, W., Ph.D., Geophysical & Astronomical Clocks, 1992, 1993, American Writing & Publishing Co., Irvine CA, pp. 56-57;
Note: this may be available from one of the sources listed in ref. 1 above.
See also: Barnes, Thomas, G. "Young Age for the Moon and
Earth," Impact No, 110, Institute for Creation Research, 8/82, available from ICR
1-800-628-7640; Kahn, Peter G. and Pompea, Stephen M., "Nautiloid growth rhythms and dynamical evolution of the earth-moon system," Nature, Vol. 275, 10/19/78, pp. 606-610. See also Slichter, Louis, B., "Secular
Effects of Tidal Friction upon the Earth’s Rotation," Journal of Geophysical Research,
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- Taylor, Ian T., "In The Minds of
Men," 1991, 3rd Edition, TFE Publishing, P.O. Box 1344, Stn. F., Toronto, M4Y 2T1 Canada, pp. 336-337
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- Ackerman, Paul, D., Ph.D., It's A Young World After
All, 1986, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Michigan, pp. 55-64.
- Petersen, Dennis, "Mysteries of Creation," 1986, Creation Resource Foundation, El Dorado, CA, p. 40.
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Atmosphere, pp. 3-32.
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Science, 1984, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Michigan, p. 477. Note: The dates of 1,750--175,000 years were obtained from: "Where is
the Earth's Radiogenic Helium," Cook, Melvin, A., Nature, Vol. 179, Jan. 26, 1957, p. 213. This article does not give actual dates;
however it does give all the data --from which dates may be obtained.
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1981, W.H. Freeman and Co., p. 36.
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From," Discover, Nov. 1995, by Sam Flamsteed, p. 83. Note: This article is on another hypothetical comet reservoir theory, referred to as the Kuiper belt.
The article is however, nullified by the fact that when the Hubble took a second look
no objects were observable (or distinguashable from the background noise); this was reported in Science News, Vol. 149, June 22, 1996, p.
395; however, to my knowledge Discover did not report on it.
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ICR Technical Monograph No. 9, Institute for Creation Research, pp. 43-54.
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Book, 4th Ed., Eden Publications, Mesa, AZ 85274 pp. 14, 65-66. This publication has numerous (non-creationist) technical
references dealing with the age of the earth debate, including ref. # 26 below. It can be purchased from one of the following organizations: Master Books: 1-800-999-3777, Answers in Genesis: 1-800-778-3390, Institute for
Creation Research, 1-619-448-0900;
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Magnetic Field Declining," Science News, Vol. 117, No. 26, 1980, p. 407.
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Dr. Humphreys also has written other papers on this subject,
such as: The
Mystery of Earth's Magnetic Field, located at:
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Dragons; Harvard University Press, 1991, p.305.
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Ex Nihilo; Dec-Feb, 1998; pp. 24-27
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- Personal telephone conversation with Dr. Paul
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alive", Nature, Vol. 352, No. 6334, Aug. 1, 1991, p. 381.
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- A number of scientists claim to have extracted dinosaur DNA; however, until these are replicated they remain unverified. Several of references are listed in below.
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101 Questions about
Dinosaurs, 1996, Dover Pub., p. 11.
B. Woodward, Scott R., "DNA Sequence from Cretaceous Period Bone Fragments," Science, Vol. 266, 11/18/94,
pp. 1229-1232. See also Perlman, David, "Dinosaur DNA Found, Utah Scientist Reports," San Francisco
Chronicle, 11/18/94; and "Dinosaur DNA found in bones, scientist says," San Jose Mercury News, 11/18/94.
are on the same dinosaur found in a coal mine.
C. Ryan, Sean, "Jurassic Park scientist unlocks dinosaur mystery," The London Times, 9/25/94.
D. Macartney, Jane, "Chinese Scientists Buoyed By Dinosaur DNA Find," Reuters (News Service), 3/16/95;
See also: "Chinese claim dinosaur DNA discovery in fossilized
egg," San Jose Mercury News, 3/16/95.
E. Wieland, Carl, Ph.D., "Ancient DNA and the Young Earth," Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1,
1994, pp. 7-9.
F. Svitil, Kathy A., "Dinosaur
Mine," Discover, May 1995, pp. 36-37.
G. Lindahl, Tomas, "Recovery of antediluvian DNA," Nature, Vol. 365, Oct. 21, 1993, p. 700.
H. Lewin, Roger, "Fact Fiction and Fossil DNA," New Scientist, Jan. 29,1994, pp. 38-41.
I. Fischman, Joshua, "Going for the Old: Ancient DNA Draws a Crowd," Science, Oct. 29, 1993, pp. 655-656.
J. Richardson, Sarah, "Mesozoic
Genes," Discover, Jan. 1994, p. 55.
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- Ibid. 34, p. 656. See also Cremo, Michael A. and Richard L. Thompson, Forbidden Archeology, Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing, Inc., 1996, p.757-758.
- Ibid. 36-C.
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B. Wade, Nicholas, "Blood recovered from preserved T. rex," New York Times News Service, Quest Section,
San Diego Union-Tribune, 6/18/97
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B. Ibid. 41-B.
C. Schweitzer, Mary, and Tracy Staedter, "The Real Jurassic Park," Earth, June 1997, pp. 55-57.
D. Fischman, Josh, Editor, "Blood of a Tyrant," Earth, June 1997, p. 6.
- Ibid. 41-A, p.160.
- Ibid. 40, pp. 1231-1232.
- Ibid. 36-F, p. 37.
- Ibid. 41-B, and 42-C, pp.55-56.
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- A. Ibid. 41-B. Scientists studying the T. rex bone from Montana have performed six different tests for the
presence of blood cells, and in every case, the results have been
B. Schweitzer, Mary, and Tracy Staedter, "The Real Jurassic Park," Earth, June 1997, pp. 55-57.
C. Fischman, Josh, Editor, "Blood of a Tyrant," Earth, June 1997, p. 6.
D. For a much more detailed account of this see the Proc. National Academy of Science, USA, Vol. 94, pp.
6291-6286, June 1997. This abstract is also available online at
http://www.pnas.org/ Once there do a
search for articles by M Schweitzer.
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- McGowan, Christopher, Dinosaurs, Spitfires, and Sea Dragons, Harvard University Press, 1991, pp. 15- 16.
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- Ibid. 51, p. 198; and ibid. 36-A, pp. 11-12.
- Ibid. 50 p. 29.
- Ibid. 51. p. 198.
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B. Nuttall, N., "Mud springs a surprise after 165 million years," The Times, London, 5/2/96, p.7.
C. Anonymous, "Iridescent fossils rise up from volcano," New Scientist, Vol. 148, 10/7/95, p. 10.
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Arctic," National Geographic, June 1988, p. 752.
B. Basinger, James F., "Our Tropical Arctic," Canadian Geographic, Vol. 106, No. 6, 1986, p. 35.
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1995, pp. 138-141.
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Earth, 1994, Creation Life Publishers, Inc., pp. 102-103.
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1991, KC Publications, Inc., p. 39
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- Morris, Henry M., and Gary E. Parker,
What is Creation
Science?, 1987, Master Books, El Cajon, CA, pp. 285, 288.
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B. Aardsma, Gerald
E., Ph.D., Radiocarbon and the Genesis Flood, 1991, Institute for Creation Research, El Cajon,
CA, pp. 1-82. This monograph lists many other references
for further reading.
- Taylor, Ian T., "In the Minds of
Men," 1991, 3rd Edition, TFE Publishing, P.O. Box 1344, Stn. F., Toronto, M4Y 2T1 Canada, pp. 289-290.
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- Ibid. 74, pp. 81-83. Note: Taylor cites various references that are not included here.
- Patten, Donald W., The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch, 1966, Pacific Meridian Publishing Co., Seattle, Washington, pp. 10-11.
- Flanagan, Ruth, Earth, June 1995, pp. 60-61.
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Flood, 1961, P & R Publishing, Phillipsburg, New Jersey, pp. 393-396. Note: This book provides numerous quotes and references
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Peninsula, Marin County, CA, Bulletin 202, published by the California Division of Mines and Geology, Sacramento, CA 1977,
p. 49. Here
is a map of the area; however, absent on it is the fault line. This
map does have the fault line drawn in.
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- Petersen, Dennis, "Mysteries of
Creation," 1986, Creation Resource Foundation, El Dorado, CA, p. 41.
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Missing Salt: A Dilemma for Evolutionists," Located at:
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2005, Located online at:
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CONFIRMING THE YOUNG EARTH CREATION-FLOOD MODEL," http://globalflood.org/papers/2003ICCc14.html
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Note: Many of these publications are available from one or more of the following sources : Answers in Genesis, 1-800-778-3390; Institute for Creation Research, 1-619-448-0900; Master
Books, 1-800-999-3777. The others are available at most college or university libraries.