By Jonathan Kinghorn
Before there were accepted scientific explanations for their causes, earthquakes were mysterious and terrifying events, generally blamed on either angry gods or
the behavior of enormous mythical creatures.
For the Gabrielino Indians inhabiting what is now Southern California, for example, the explanation was that the land was carried on the backs of turtles Read more... »
Catastrophic plate tectonics is a theory that proposes rapid movement of the Earth's plates during Noah's Flood by runaway subduction. It was originally
derived by Dr. John Baumgardner, and supported by sophisticated computer modeling. It is one of several alternatives to Plate Tectonics theory, which
include Expanding earth theory, Hydroplate theory, Hollow Earth, and Shock dynamics geology theory.
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Learning the lessons of Mount St Helens.
How its eruption backs biblical history by Tas Walker
Mount Saint Helens and Mount Tambora: What happened after eruptions?
by Dr. Steve Austin, Dr. John Baumgardner, Dr. Russell Humphreys, Dr. Andrew A. Snelling, Dr. Larry Vardiman, and Kurt P. Wise
In 1859 Antonio Snider proposed that rapid, horizontal divergence of crustal plates occurred during Noah’s Flood. Modern plate tectonics theory is now conflated with assumptions of uniformity of rate and ideas of continental “drift.” Catastrophic plate tectonics theories, Read more... »
by Timothy L. Clarey
Recent creationist literature has been filled with papers critical of catastrophic plate tectonics, even suggesting that a schism has divided Flood geology.
Creation scientists who accept the validity of plate motion have been accused of ‘naturalism’ and have been labelled as ‘remodellers’. However, creationist acceptance of plate tectonics does not entail any sort of acquiescence to naturalism. Read more... »
By John Baumgardner
With the understanding that the fossil record is a reliable indicator of the portion of the geological record produced by the Genesis Flood, what sort of physical mechanism could have produced such a staggering amount of geological change during such a brief span of time? Read more... » Global tectonics and the flood
By Tara Goldman
Mount St. Helens- Is formed by two slow-moving plates low-moving plates: North America tectonic plate and the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate. This lies on a convergent boundary. Read more... »
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