One of the other Creation facebook pages shared the video below with Dr. Steve Austin earlier today. I really enjoyed following his step by step exposing the nature of coal and the rock formations it is found in. In fact, it was so good I’m passing it on to you.

The only problem was, it was “dull” enough to send my kids running in less than a minute. You don’t have to be a grown up to appreciate what Dr. Austin shares, but you probably need to be at least 12.

This got me thinking about my “for teens” page under Links at the top of my blog. It had only one link for the longest time, and I just added the Young Scientists Wanted article last week. Why not add this video and as many other collections as I can find to that page?

So, that’s just what I’ve done. I haven’t watched them all for myself by any means, but I’m reasonably sure these are all worth your time. Best, they’re all FREE! Some of these, like Dr. Austin’s video, are detailed enough to count as school work for you home educators.

I’ve only spent about an hour searching around for other groups that I wasn’t already aware of, and am sure there are some other videos that would be worth adding. If you know of some, please drop me a line!


Let the field be joyful, and all that is therein: then shall all the trees of the wood rejoice
Before the LORD: for he comes, for he comes to judge the earth: he shall judge the world with righteousness, and the people with his truth. Psalm 96:12,13

Cheri Fields

I'm a homeschooling blogger and book writer. The gift God has given me for His kingdom is to understand complex stuff (mostly) and share it with others using everyday words. It is a joy to share God's wonders with all kinds of people and especially the next generation!