Well, what do you know? No sooner had I written about the floating forest model developed by Kurt Wise, than I came across an on-line video on this very subject by the man himself. You can watch Kurt’s talk in two parts here and here, but be warned that each part is about 180 MB in size.
Nevertheless, be patient because it’s definitely worth the wait. Kurt is, as always, an animated and lively speaker and he presents a wonderful case study of how creationists are constructing testable scientific theories with great explanatory power. This exemplifies the kind of work that creationists need to be doing these days.
If you still live in the Palaeolithic, there are smaller ‘dial up’ versions here and here, but the quality is so poor that the Powerpoint slides are unfortunately illegible. You would get the soundtrack though.
UPDATE (2 December 2012):
A reader has kindly contacted me to say that the above links are now broken and lead to a less than salubrious web site. I have therefore removed them. However, Kurt’s talk on the floating forest can be viewed on YouTube, with part one found here.