BS. St.. Louis University, S. Louis, MO, 1967
MS, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 1972
PhD, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 1974
“The amount of heat produced by a decay rate of a million times faster than normal during the year of the flood could potentially vaporize the earth’s oceans, melt the crust, and obliterate the surface of the earth.”1
“Perhaps as much as 95% of the ice near the poles could have accumulated in the first 500 years or so after the Flood…The ‘annual’ layers deep in the Greenland ice sheet may be related to individual storms rather than seasonal accumulations… Calculations of the number of layers laid down assuming the ice sheet accumulated rapidly near the bottom show that as many as 100 storms may have swept the polar regions each year accompanied by frequent volcanic eruptions.”2
1—Larry Vardiman, “Unresolved Problems in RATE (Radioactivity and the Age of the Earth),” The American Scientific Affiliation, internet, October 8, 2012.
2—Larry Vardiman, “Greenland Ice Cores,” CreationDigest.com., Winter, 2002; updated version of “Impact Article #226” published by The Institute for Creation Research, April, 1992.