Secular Scientists Baffled by Antarctic Rainforest

Antarctica should be predictable to secular scientists. Drill some ice cores, study penguins and such. Things like frog fossils, those five fossil forests, and so forth have been perplexing, however. A new discovery really puts burrs under uniformitarian saddles: remnants of a rain forest. How did that get there?

Another discovery in Antarctica has secular geologists puzzled. They cannot explain the existence of a rainforest there, but facts work with a creation science Flood model.
Photo courtesy of Ted Scambos and Rob Bauer,
National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado, Boulder
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The mosey-along-slowly processes of uniformitarianism are applied to plate tectonics, so plants that are doing right well further north are inexplicable to secular geologists. By taking the observed data and plugging in to a creation science Genesis Flood model, things make a heap more sense.
A recent study published in Nature has evolutionary scientists baffled. The researchers reportedly found an ancient rainforest in Antarctica, of all places. The study’s authors claim this part of Antarctica was very close to the South Pole at the time the forest thrived, at about 82° south latitude.
How could a temperate rainforest exist this close to the South Pole and survive four-plus months of total darkness each year? A biblical perspective solves this mystery.
You can read the rest of this reasonably short article by clicking on "Flood Model Solves Antarctica Rainforest Mystery".