Creationist geologists have falsified their Flood hypothesis after 50 years of research. That's admirable, but they can't bring themselves to admit it. A recent issue of the Reports of the National Center for Science Education has an article that follows 50 years of field research conducted by "Flood geologists," strict young-Earth creationists who seek the signs of Noah's Flood in the geologic record. By practicing real geology and replicating its standard practices on their own, it says, "Flood geologists have carefully eliminated the entire geologic column as preserving any evidence of a worldwide Flood." The article, "The defeat of Flood geology by Flood geology," by paleontologist Phil Senter, has more zingers. Senter notes that while some Flood geologists admit the situation, the majority continue to deny what their research implies, "an example of what I call the gorilla mindset: the attitude that if something looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, but religious dogma says it is a gorilla, then it is a gorilla." Their search for a "period of worldwide submergence" has come up dry.