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Skyscrapers and Skeletons

I thought I’d share a bit more of my pictures from my walk on Monday, because I’m proud of how a number of them turned out. 1,273 more words


Throwback Thursday: James Jordan on Fossils and Creationism

One of the hottest debates among Christians, particularly those in the scientific community is over the age of the earth. Both old-earth and young-earth views of creation can be argued from Scripture, primarily because the biblical witness is not entirely clear on questions of the age of the earth. 1,090 more words


Back then, when we thought we would live forever..

When I was young, about a lifetime ago, our family lived in a suburb of Los Angeles. Our house was next to a large field which my older sister said, used to be a farm of sorts with Avocado trees and the like. 576 more words


Fossils reveal beluga whales once populated Ottawa Valley (Ontario – Québec, Canada)

August 27th, 2015 (Lyle Dillabough). Many people are surprised when told that the Ottawa Valley was once covered by water. Today, that ancient water covering is referred to as the Champlain Sea, for it existed thousands of years ago. 252 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Marthese Portelli bolsters her environmental credentials with a bit of fossil excavation

Shadow environment minister Marthese Portelli has ‘dug herself into a hole’ by posting pictures of her family on Facebook enjoying a ‘fossil excavation’ fun day out. 421 more words