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  • The devastating Deluge of 2348 B.C.
    The devastating Deluge of 2348 B.C.
    There was a devastating deluge that cause mass extinction of dinosaurs and other land-dwelling, air-breathing animals. This deluge was a flood of global proportions that occurred not millions of years ago but only thousands of years ago. This...
  • Our distant past is not that distant
    Our distant past is not that distant
    The evolution theory has a lot of people believing that our Earth is about 4.6 billion years old and life started on the Earth about 600 million years ago. But nobody can even fathom a million years of deep time let alone 4.6 billion years....
  • In the beginning Earth had only one landmass
    In the beginning Earth had only one giant landmass
    Earth has not always looked the way it does today. Instead of seven continents, imagine there was one giant landmass in the beginning of the newly created Earth. On the third day of Creation week, "...God said. Let the waters under the heaven...
  • Almanac
    Large hail, a heat wave, tornadoes, and flooding
    Large hail, a heat wave, tornadoes, and flooding top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here events that happened on June 23.1870 - An extreme heat wave began and lasted through...
  • Where did asteroids come from
    Where did asteroids come from
    The question is : Where did asteroids come from? According to secular astronomers asteroids are remnants of our solar system being formed. Others say that a planet between Mars and Jupiter exploded. But I believe the Bible has a plausible answer...
  • Rainfall forecast for eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas
    Ex-Tropical Storm, then Depression, Bill heads for Oklahoma, Missouri Arkansas
    After deluging parts of south and east Texas with locally excessive rainfall, the remnants of ex-Tropical Storm, then Depression, Bill moved north across the Dallas-Fort Worth area (Fig. 1) last evening. Flash flood watches and warnings...
  • Tropical Storm Bill track map (Jun. 16 - 19, 2015)
    Tropical Storm Bill to affect Texas and points northeastward
    Tropical Storm Bill spun up quickly yesterday (Jun. 15, 2015) and will likely spin down as quickly later today. Bill’s spin-up occurred over warm Gulf of Mexico waters; the death of Bill (as the storm heads north and then northeastward) will...
  • Almanac
    Tornadoes a shipwreck and minor flooding
    Tornadoes a shipwreck and minor flooding top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here are the events that happened on May 28.1860 - The side-wheel wooden steamer Arctic while...
  • A Bible-believing Christian in defense of Creation and the Global Flood
    A Bible-believing Christian in defense of Creation and the Global Flood
    The apostle Peter in the Second Epistle of Peter talks about two things that will be scoffed at in the last days of the Church Age (Dispensation of Grace), before the Rapture of the Church. That is Creation and the global Flood of Noah's day. ...
  • National rainfall forecast (May 18-25, 2015)
    When it rains it pours and Texas and Oklahoma are set to prove it
    A year ago, large parts of Texas and Oklahoma were in some stage of severe, extreme or exceptional drought. These are the drought classes of D2, D3 and D4 respectively. Even two weeks ago, the two states reported significant drought conditions ...
  • Almanac
    A shipwreck, the Kalamazoo tornado, and a failing dam
    A shipwreck, the Kalamazoo tornado, and a failing dam top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here are the events that happened on May 13.1899 - The wood schooner-barge, 3-mast...
  • Almanac
    Cold air, heavy rain, and shipwrecks
    Cold air, heavy rain, and shipwrecks top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here are the weather events that happened on April 19.1897 – Cold air controls the Great Lakes as...
  • Almanac
    Spring flooding, heavy rain and record heat
    Spring flooding, heavy rain and record heat top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here are the weather events that happened on April 17.1875 - Extreme late season cold sets...
  • Lightning
    Michigan 2015 severe weather awareness week Part 2 – Severe weather terminology
    The Grand Rapids Weather Examiner presents the second in a series from the National Weather Service (NWS) on Severe Weather Preparedness. The week of April 12-18 is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan. Each day this week, the National...
  • Kentwood Tornado
    Michigan 2015 severe weather Awareness Part 1 - A recap of 2014
    The Grand Rapids Weather Examiner presents the first in a series from the National Weather Service (NWS) on Severe Weather Preparedness. The week of April 12-18 is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan. Each day this week, the National Weather...
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