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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 16, Issue 1
Published April 2002
127 pages

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Title

3–4
A uniformitarian paleo-environmental dilemma at Clarkia, 					Idaho, USA
A uniformitarian paleo-environmental dilemma at Clarkia, Idaho, USA
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
4–6
Livoniana—have they (finally!) found a missing link?
Livoniana—have they (finally!) found a missing link?
Perspective by Andrew Lamb
6–9
'Snowball Earth'—a problem for the supposed origin 					of multicellular animals
'Snowball Earth'—a problem for the supposed origin of multicellular animals
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
9–11
Sugars from space? Do they prove evolution?
Sugars from space? Do they prove evolution?
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
12–14
Stellar evolution and the problem of the 'first' stars
Stellar evolution and the problem of the 'first' stars
Perspective by Rod Bernitt
15–25
A baraminology tutorial with examples from the grasses (Poaceae)
A baraminology tutorial with examples from the grasses (Poaceae)
Overview by Todd Charles Wood
26–28
Evolutionary camp divided
Evolutionary camp divided
A review of Reinventing Darwin—The Great Debate at the High Table of Evolutionary Theory by Niles J. Eldredge
Book Review by A.W. Mehlert
29–35
Different but still the same
Different but still the same
A review of A Different Approach to Cosmology by Fred Hoyle, Geoffrey Burbidge and Jayant V. Narlikar
Book Review by John G. Hartnett
36–40
Evolution for dummies
Evolution for dummies
A review of Why Elephants have Big Ears: Understanding patterns of life on Earth by Chris Lavers
Book Review by Philip Bell
41–44
Sizing the day
Sizing the day
A review of The Genesis Dabate: Three Views on the Days of Creation. Edited by David G. Hgopian
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
45–47
Wild ice-core interpretations by uniformitarian scientists
Wild ice-core interpretations by uniformitarian scientists
Countering the Critic Article by Michael J. Oard
48–50
National Geographic plays the dating game
National Geographic plays the dating game
Countering the Critic Article by John Woodmorappe
51–53
Problem of short-lived radio-nuclides: design perspective
Problem of short-lived radio-nuclides: design perspective
Countering the Critic Article by Dmitri Dubikin
54
Dawkins' weasel
Dawkins' weasel
Letter to the Editor by E.E. Max
54–56
Geocentrism
Geocentrism
Letter to the Editor by G. Bouw
56
Away with the nothingness
Away with the nothingness
Letter to the Editor by D.R. Humphreys
56
Uranus turns up the heat
Uranus turns up the heat
Letter to the Editor by R. Bernitt
57
Forum on catastrophic plate tectonics
Forum on catastrophic plate tectonics
Forum by Journal of Creation editors
58–63
Catastrophic plate tectonics: the geophysical context of 					the Genesis Flood
Catastrophic plate tectonics: the geophysical context of the Genesis Flood
Forum by John Baumgardner
64–68
Is catastrophic plate tectonics part of Earth history?
Is catastrophic plate tectonics part of Earth history?
Forum by Michael Oard
68–72
Dealing carefully with the data
Dealing carefully with the data
Forum by John Baumgardner
73–77
Does the catastrophic plate tectonics model assume too 					much uniformitarianism?
Does the catastrophic plate tectonics model assume too much uniformitarianism?
Forum by Michael Oard
78–81
A constructive quest for truth
A constructive quest for truth
Forum by John Baumgardner
82–85
Dealing carefully with the data
Dealing carefully with the data
Forum by Michael Oard
86–89
The design of tears: an example of irreducible complexity
The design of tears: an example of irreducible complexity
Paper by Jerry Bergman
90–102
Apoptosis: cell 'death' reveals Creation
Apoptosis: cell 'death' reveals Creation
Paper by Philip Bell
(Erratum for Figure 1 - PDF)
103–110
Field studies in the Columbia River basalt, Northwest USA
Field studies in the Columbia River basalt, Northwest USA
Paper by John Woodmorappe & Michael J. Oard
111–119
Walking whales, nested hierarchies, and chimeras: do they 					exist?
Walking whales, nested hierarchies, and chimeras: do they exist?
Paper by John Woodmorappe
120–127
The giraffe's neck: another icon of evolution falls
The giraffe's neck: another icon of evolution falls
Paper by Jerry Bergman