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Asteroid evidence for life on earth coming from outer space?
Japanese aerospace exploration agency has recently found amino acids in the second ever returning sample from an asteroid. Does this prove that life on earth was seeded from outer space?
by Scot Devlin
Twelve rounds, twelve knockouts
A powerful cumulative case against abiogenesis.
by Royal Truman
‘Evolution explains everything about life’
Grandiose claims by leading experts, for evolution’s power to explain ‘everything about life’, are ably combatted in a compelling new book, by 10 PhD scientists.
by Philip Bell
How on Earth??
Earth’s water didn’t come from meteorites
by Clarence Janzen
Indoctrinating children
The UK’s National Secular Society does not want religious creationism taught in schools, but they are OK with religious humanism being taught.
by Jim Mason
What does it mean to be a “living  creature”?
Would a robotic dog that could make copies of itself be alive?
by James R. Hughes
A strange idea of science
National Geographic’s ideas about the origin of life merely masquerade as science. Yet they say creationists are at war with science?!
by Lucien Tuinstra
It’s all bluff
It’s controversial to question the scientific basis of big bang, origin of life and evolution, but scientists acknowledge that these so-called facts are propped up by imaginative stories.
by Dominic Statham
The origin of human consciousness
We humans may think our self-awareness marks us out as special but atheists insist it’s merely an illusion brought about by our brain chemistry. Why, then, do cognitive scientists, psychologists and philosophers fail to explain consciousness?
by Dominic Statham
Trappist planets not in habitable zone
Three of the seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, are said by NASA to be in the habitable zone; however, research shows that neither life nor even water have been found there.
by Russell Grigg
Ultracool Trappist-1 and its seven planets
The discovery of seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, with three in the habitable zone, has given rise to claims of habitability. However, neither life nor even water have been found there.
by Russell Grigg
Why the Miller–Urey research argues against abiogenesis
Does the Miller–Urey study prove abiogenesis or does it in effect revive the concept of spontaneous generation.
by Jerry Bergman