Tag: fossils

Flying Fossils

“Hurry!  Let’s catch one!” Declared my 5-year old friend, as she ran across the grass, wielding a plastic cup and lid.  Swarms of dragonflies were dancing overhead.  The girl leaped into the air, spinning and reaching her cup… Read More

Rock Time – Part 2

If you ask an evolutionist for fossil evidence of evolution, in one way or another, they will likely point you to the geologic timescale or geologic column. They try to use the geologic column to illustrate evolution of… Read More

Celebrating a Scientist who Rocked Our World

Beautiful, delicious layer cakes are often used in weddings, birthdays, and other celebrations. Monday, January 11, 2016 marks the 378th birthday of Nicolaus Steno, who was a brilliant creation scientist of history, best known for his groundbreaking work… Read More

Fish Tales

The whirling wind swirled my once-neatly pulled back hair in every direction as I intently chipped away at the dirt around the fossil.  Almost breathless with anticipation, my excitement grew every time we brushed away the dirt to reveal yet… 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. 3 No. 3

Fossils Do you like being outside and discovering different kinds of plants, bugs, and rocks?  Maybe you even have your own collection of rocks or shells.    If you have ever collected many rocks, you might have found some… 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.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

Digging in the Dirt, Part 2

Last week, I started talking a little bit about the dig I went on in Kansas recently. The canyons cut through beautiful yellow and gray layers that are considered to be part of the Cretaceous group. The layers… Read More