Fingerprints of Creation
by Dr. Robert Gentry
33 minute DVD
Retail Price: $20
A revolutionary discovery has been found in the Earth's foundation rocks: the Fingerprints of Creation! Join host Lonnie Melashenko (from The Voice of Prophecy) as this startling discovery is presented in easy to understand terms.
Scientist Dr. Robert Gentry has discovered that granites contain beautiful microscopic coloration halos produced by the radioactive decay of primordial polonium, which has only a fleeting existence. According to every basic principle of evolutionary theory, these halos shouldn't be there.
In the evolutionists' way of thinking, granites originated in a molten state, cooled, crystallized and hardened over millions of years in the earth. But if that's the case, primordial polonium's fleeting radiioactivity could never have been captured in the form of a halo. It would have decayed away long before the rock solidified. Polonium radiohalos indicate that the Earth was formed instantly, thus providing the scientific evidence that the Earth had to be created by God.
Fingerprints of Creation is based on the book Creation's Tiny Mysteries. It details the nature of polonium halos and how they provide evidence that the Earth was rapidly formed and did not cool over millions of years. The video, shot mostly in California takes the viewer to picturesque Yosemite National Park during the winter and the regions surrounding Palm Springs and Bishop where granites are plainly visible. Three-dimensional graphic animations are included to help convey the process of halo formation from nuclear particles. Instrumentation similar to that used to gather the published data on the polonium halos is shown along with simple demonstrations which illustrate the basic concepts of a short-lived nuclear emitter.
Dr. Gentry explains the history of the origin of granite and scientists' attempts to arrive at a universally accepted model of its formation. Brief commentaries on Robert Gentry's research are given by Dr. Bruce Holman, Wisconsin Lutheran College, and Dr. Andrew Snelling, Creation Science Foundation of Australia. Dr. Snelling comments on granite formation theories comprise the final minutes of the video.