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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 16, Issue 3
Published December 2002
122 pages

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Title

3–5
The Black Sea flood may evaporate completely
The Black Sea flood may evaporate completely
Perspective by Tas Walker
5–7
Newly discovered dinosaur megatracksites support Flood model
Newly discovered dinosaur megatracksites support Flood model
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
7–10
Speed of light slowing down after all?
Speed of light slowing down after all?
Perspective by Carl Wieland
11–14
MOND over dark matter?
MOND over dark matter?
Perspective by Bill Worraker
14–16
Greenland ice cores: implicit evidence for catastrophic deposition
Greenland ice cores: implicit evidence for catastrophic deposition
Perspective by John Woodmorappe
17–18
Another puzzle in the evolutionary story for the origin of the solar system
Another puzzle in the evolutionary story for the origin of the solar system
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
19
Feathered or furry dinosaurs?
Feathered or furry dinosaurs?
Perspective by Torsten Rossmann
20
The stress/heat flow paradox of the San Andreas Fault, California
The stress/heat flow paradox of the San Andreas Fault, California
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
21–26
Cosmologists Can’t Agree and Are Still In Doubt!
Cosmologists Can’t Agree and Are Still In Doubt!
Overview by John Hartnett
27–31
The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics
The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics
Overview by K.J. Duursma
32–39
The teaching of science: a Biblical perspective
The teaching of science: a Biblical perspective
by Steven Layfield
40–43
The mountains rose
The mountains rose
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
44–47
Evolution’s apostle bares his creed
Evolution’s apostle bares his creed
Book Review by Jorge A. Fernandez
48–53
Orthodoxy and Genesis: What the fathers really 					taught
Orthodoxy and Genesis: What the fathers really taught
Book Review by Terry Mortenson
54–57
The Gospel of evolution according to Mark Ridley
The Gospel of evolution according to Mark Ridley
Book Review by Kevitt Brown
58–63
Did Darwin plagiarize his evolution theory?
Did Darwin plagiarize his evolution theory?
Countering the Critic Article by Jerry Bergman
64
Behind the scenes
Behind the scenes
Letter to the Editor by Ian Taylor
64–65
Chronology for everybody
Chronology for everybody
Letter to the Editor by Larry Pierce
65–68
Distant starlight and Genesis: is ‘observed time’ a physical reality?
Distant starlight and Genesis: is ‘observed time’ a physical reality?
Letter to the Editor by John Hartnett
68
Evening and morning
Evening and morning
Letter to the Editor by David Green
69
My letter on ‘Dawkin’s weasel’
My letter on ‘Dawkin’s weasel’
Letter to the Editor by Edward E. Max
69–70
Forum on catastrophic plate tectonics
Forum on catastrophic plate tectonics
Letter to the Editor by Gordon Hohensee
70
Intriguing aspects worthy of further study
Intriguing aspects worthy of further study
Letter to the Editor by Graham Fraser
70
Basis for correlation needed?
Basis for correlation needed?
Letter to the Editor by Robert Lawrence
71–72
The real winner
The real winner
Letter to the Editor by Adrian Bates
72–73
Our galaxy is the centre: quasars and quantized redshifts
Our galaxy is the centre: quasars and quantized redshifts
Letter to the Editor by John Hartnett
73
What about using real data?
What about using real data?
Letter to the Editor by Hennie Mouton
73–74
The crimes of Galileo (continued)
The crimes of Galileo (continued)
Letter to the Editor by Jonathan Sarfati
75–76
Humphreys’ cosmology
Humphreys’ cosmology
Forum by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
76–78
D. Russell Humphreys replies and clarifies cosmology
D. Russell Humphreys replies and clarifies cosmology
Forum by Russell Humphreys
79–83
Forgotten history
Forgotten history
Viewpoint by Mike Gascoigne
84–88
An objective ancestry test for fossil bones
An objective ancestry test for fossil bones
Research Note by Joseph Mastropaolo
89–94
Is there any evidence for a change in c? Implications for creationist cosmology
Is there any evidence for a change in c? Implications for creationist cosmology
Paper by John Hartnett
95–97
The salinity of a floating forest
The salinity of a floating forest
Paper by Wesley Bruce
98–107
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the 					nineteenth century: part 8
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 8
Paper by Terry Mortenson
108–110
The Wilson cycle: a serious problem for Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
The Wilson cycle: a serious problem for Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
Paper by Carl Froede Jr
111–115
Our eye movements and their control: part 1
Our eye movements and their control: part 1
Paper by Peter Gurney
116–122
Darwin’s ape-men and the exploitation of deformed humans
Darwin’s ape-men and the exploitation of deformed humans
Paper by Jerry Bergman
123–125
‘Missing’ neutrinos found! No longer an ‘age’ indicator
‘Missing’ neutrinos found! No longer an ‘age’ indicator
Paper by Robert Newton
126
Erratum for Figure 1 TJ16(1) p.92, 2002
Erratum for Figure 1 TJ16(1) p.92, 2002