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What you need to know about the James Webb Space Telescope
Will it really see the most distant galaxies? Do the quoted distances prove they are billions of years old?
by Scot Devlin and Mark Harwood
Faster than Light?
A star appears to explode faster than the cosmic speed limit.
by Scot Devlin
Missing Matter found?
A new study claims to have found the same amount of matter as the Big Bang predicted
by Scot Devlin
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
Dark matter search comes up empty
Despite the latest failure to detect dark matter, why do they continue searching?
by John Hartnett
Answering coronavirus and flat earth questions
Is coronavirus the start of the end times? And if flat earth is wrong, why isn’t the entire universe backlit by stars?
by Lita Cosner, Robert Carter
Big bang beliefs: busted
Big bang cosmogony requires many fudge factors to stay afloat, including dark matter, dark energy, and faster-than-light inflation.
by John Hartnett
Why look for a new theory of gravity if the big bang cosmology is correct?
Scientists are searching for answers to questions which in theory they shouldn’t even have to ask, especially in regards to gravity.
by John G. Hartnett
Does the new much-faster-speed-of-light theory fix the big bang’s problems?
By invoking a hypothetical to test the hypothetical big bang, two cosmologists develop a model out of nothing.
by John G. Hartnett
‘Light from the big bang’ casts no shadows
If Cosmic Microwave Background radiation came from the big bang, we should see shadows as it passes through galaxy clusters, but the predicted ‘shadows’ are not found.
by John Hartnett
Stars just don’t form naturally—‘dark matter’ the ‘god of the gaps’ is needed
Despite claims that stars formed from primordial clouds of gas, the known laws of physics show that to be impossible.
by John G. Hartnett
An eternal big bang universe
Not content with everything creating itself from nothing, the latest development in big bang theory even does away with a beginning.
by John Hartnett