An Australian geologist and Christian creationist has prevailed in his battle to study rocks from the Grand Canyon as part of an effort to prove that the biblical Great Flood was real. The National Park Service approved Andrew Snelling’s project last week after he agreed to drop a lawsuit against the US Department of Interior...
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- Bethanie Mattek-Sands suffers ghastly knee injury at Wimbledon
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