Saturday morning, August 13th at 10:00 am, Dr. Larry Vardiman,
an acclaimed expert with a Ph.D. in atmospheric science from Colorado State University, will give a talk on “The Big Freeze.”
At the 7 Wonders, Mt St. Helens Museum.
4749 Spirit Lake Hwy, Silverlake, WA, 9.5 miles from I-5 on SR 504
The Ice Age is equally interesting to children as are dinosaurs, he has found. Both are spoken about in the Bible. This presentation will allow children to discuss climate and weather. In the afternoon, at 2:00 pm, he will discuss global warming and to what extent man might be responsible for that.
Dr. Vardiman managed an eight-year research project of Institute for Creation Research that documented in several ways how radioactive decay did not always occur at the same rate. This changes how old the earth actually is. Of the many so called clocks that are used by scientists to date the age of the earth, many do not agree. The ICR study did much to explain why and supports the biblical time frame of 6000 years for earth history.
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For more info on the museum see both
Larry Vardiman’s bio is at
Larry Vardiman’s ICR article on Global Warming:
Video of his talk: Climate Change, Seattle Creation Conference 2009
Video of his talk” Radioisotope and Age of Earth, SCC 2009
For 12 years the 7 Wonders Museum’s displays have shown, with professional upgrades last year, how the eruptions of Mount St. Helens in the 1980s produced geological evidence for creation. They are open Monday -- Saturday 9-6 pm and Sundays 12-6. To register for the upcoming morning or the afternoon event, call the 7Wonders Museum at 360-274-5737 or e-mail them by August 11th at mshcreationmuseum@...
. The museum director is Lloyd Anderson. As seating allows, drop-in visitors are welcome.
John N. Johnson