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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 14, Issue 3
Published December 2000
127 pages

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Title

3–5
Did ‘Old                             World early Paleolithic’ people travel to North America?
Did ‘Old World early Paleolithic’ people travel to North America?
Perspective by Michael Oard
5
Empty space
Empty space
Quotation
5–7
Fast stars challenge                             big bang origin for dwarf galaxies
Fast stars challenge big bang origin for dwarf galaxies
Perspective by Rod Bernitt
8–9
Fluidisation pipes: evidence of large-scale watery catastrophe
Fluidisation pipes: evidence of large-scale watery catastrophe
Perspective by Tas Walker
9–12
Origin of life                             and the homochirality problem: is magnetochiral dichroism the solution?
Origin of life and the homochirality problem: is magnetochiral dichroism the solution?
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
12
Sloppy science
Sloppy science
Quotation
12
Evolutionary                             professor encourages critical thinking
Evolutionary professor encourages critical thinking
Perspective by Michael Oard
13–14
Genetic algorithms and robotic                 folly
Genetic algorithms and robotic folly
Perspective by Don Batten
15
Pseudogenes
Pseudogenes
Perspective by Pierre Jerlström
16–23
The history                             of the rise of materialism in Western society
The history of the rise of materialism in Western society
Essay by Clement Butel
24–34
The extinction                             of the woolly mammoth: was it a quick freeze?
The extinction of the woolly mammoth: was it a quick freeze?
Overview by Michael Oard
35–38
Unbinding the                             rules
Unbinding the rules
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
39–45
Doppler toppler?
Doppler toppler?
Book Review by Michael Oard
46–50
A different                             view of the universe
A different view of the universe
Book Review by Bill Warraker & Andrew C. McIntosh
51–54
Is the ’erets                             (earth) flat?
Is the ’erets (earth) flat?
Countering the critics article by James Patrick Holding
55–71
Are pseudogenes                             ‘shared mistakes’ between primate genomes?
Are pseudogenes ‘shared mistakes’ between primate genomes?
Countering the critics article by John Woodmorappe
72–73
Darwin’s ‘joint paper’
Darwin’s ‘joint paper’
Countering the critics article by Alice K. Kenyon
74–77
Biblically-based cratering theory
Biblically-based cratering theory
Letters to the Editor
77–79
More on mountains
More on mountains
Letters to the Editor
79–80
Flood models
Flood models
Letters to the Editor
80–82
McIntosh, Taylor                             and Edmondson reply to Flood Models
McIntosh, Taylor and Edmondson reply to Flood Models
Letters to the Editor
83–90
Age determination                             of coastal submarine placer, Val’cumey, northern Siberia
Age determination of coastal submarine placer, Val’cumey, northern Siberia
Paper by Alexander V. Lalomov & Serguei E. Tabolitch
91–99
Australopithecines—the                 extinct southern apes of Africa: a fresh light on their status?
Australopithecines—the extinct southern apes of Africa: a fresh light on their status?
Paper by A.W. (Bill) Mehlert
100–108
Paleokarst—a                             riddle inside confusion
Paleokarst—a riddle inside confusion
Paper by Emil Silvestru
109–117
Temporal changes                             in the ageing of biblical patriarchs
Temporal changes in the ageing of biblical patriarchs
Paper by Raúl Erlando López
118–127
Neandertal speech                             capability and the limitations of osteological analysis
Neandertal speech capability and the limitations of osteological analysis
Paper by Scott A. Mahathey