Tag: dinosaurs

Jurassic World & How Our World Should Be

My friend beside me gasped in horror as the bloody scene of a dinosaur tearing into one of its human victims flashed across the big screen of the movie theater.   When I went to see the new movie,… Read More

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 3 No. 4

Dinosaur fossils Do you like dinosaurs?  Ever wonder if it might be fun to ride on the back of a long-necked Apatosaurus or visit a triceratops at a petting zoo?  On the other hand, you might look at… Read More

Creation Clues For Kids, Vol. 2, No. 3

I Have a Question . . . It’s good to be curious and ask questions.  Without questions, we would never have science, because science is all about finding answers to our questions about how things work.  And just… Read More

Finding a Kansas Dragon Fossil

The anticipation built as I carefully chipped away at the moist, flaky rock chunk with a butter knife, knowing that after many weeks of slow progress, I had to be just centimeters away from finding a fossil.  A… Read More

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 2 No. 2

Amazing Sea Creatures From the beach, the ocean looks quiet and still as the sun sets.  But, deep down in the water, the strangest most colorful creatures are showing off their incredible design.  Some of these creatures, like… Read More

Creation Clues For Kids, Vol. 2 No.1

Radioisotope Dating Have you ever heard someone at a museum or on TV say something like this “ . . . this T-rex lived 65 million years ago . . .” and wonder how they come up with… Read More

Creation Clues For Kids Vol.1 No. 3

World Wide Flood! Rain poured down in ultra-heavy torrents, like no one had ever seen before and no one would ever see again. Every bit of land was covered in dark greenish-brown water with large chunks of wood,… Read More

Digging Up Bones, Part 1

Sometimes life doesn’t quite go the way we planned it.  But I sure am glad it doesn’t because I’m way too realistic to have ever planned some of the things I’ve ended up doing.  Getting involved in paleontology… Read More

Flying High

The airplane lurched forward as we suddenly sped up on the runway for takeoff. I watched out the window as we ascended high in the sky and my familiar city shrank into patches of green and brown, dotted… Read More

Dinosaur Detection, Part II

In our clue last week, we discussed Theropods (dinosaurs like T-rex and velociraptor), which evolutionists believe evolved into birds.  However, the ichnofossils do not support this idea, as velociraptor and bird footprints have been found right next to… Read More