This presentation is a summary of Wayne Spencer's two papers delivered
at the Fourth International Conference on Creationism in August 1998.
Some information in this presentation has been updated since the conference.
The papers were called "Catastrophic Impact Bombardment Surrounding the
Genesis Flood," and "Geophysical Effects of Impacts During the Genesis
Flood." Scientific problems with the "Alvarez Hypothesis" is mentioned
showing that one large impact could not cause all dinosaurs all over the
world to go extinct. Yet, there is abundant evidence that Earth has
been struck by many large objects from space during its history.
These papers suggest a way Earth impacts can be explained in the context
of a young age point of view and the Catastrophic Plate Tectonics view
of Noah's Flood.
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