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New Images from the James Webb Telescope
Someone writes in to ask about the significance of the new photos taken by the James Webb Telescope.
by Bruce Lawrence
Impact!
Sneak peek for the latest Creation magazine. What does NASAs mission to crash a spacecraft into Dimorphos, a moon orbiting the asteroid Didymos, tell us?
by Scot Devlin
Confirmations of highly inclined exoplanet orbits
Illustrate divine design of the cosmos.
by Wayne Spencer
Was something created from nothing?
Does Schwinger effect in graphene prove that something can come from nothing?
by Jonathan Sarfati
UFOs, dark matter and Hugh Ross
A curious reader asks about dark matter, and a connection to the spirit realm.
by Gary Bates
Using the earth’s magnetic field for navigation
How will animals be able to navigate using the earth’s magnetic field, as it decays away?
by Jim Hughes
Why did God make such a big universe?
Does our size relative to the cosmos mean we’re insignificant in God’s eyes?
by Shaun Doyle
Distant starlight and the days of Genesis 1
How should we approach the distant starlight travel time issue? How do we argue against day-age theory?
by Shaun Doyle
The Seven-Day Week
Around the world today, people observe a seven-day week. Why do we have the concept of a week at all?
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
‘He made the stars also …’ (Genesis 1:16)
Interview with Ph.D. full professor of astronomy, Danny Faulkner
by Carl Wieland and Dr Jonathan DSarfati
Spiral galaxies: too many for the big bang
Supercomputer simulations show that proposed dark matter halo’s cause too many galaxy collisions.
by Scot Devlin
Stonehenge’s solar secrets
New discoveries at Stonehenge reveal the ancient builders had accurate knowledge of the solar 365.25 day year.
by Gavin Cox