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Did Earth’s axial tilt originate at Noah’s Flood?
The earth’s axial tilt is a deliberate design feature, not a mere accidental happenstance.
by Joshua Howells
The implications of Chaos Theory for understanding creation
What implications does chaos theory have for our understanding of creation?
by Andrew Sibley
A ‘space-view’ shift
With new discoveries in space, existing views on cosmology are being challenged, yet the big bang is not going to shift so easily; its adherents are dedicated.
by Lucien Tuinstra
Earth’s atmosphere wonderfully designed for life
How awesome is the world in which we live! The atmosphere is remarkably designed for sustaining life, and one that beautifies creation.
by Andrew Sibley
Electron is perfectly spherical
Perfectly spherical electron supports Standard Model of Particle Physics. However, this model undermines big bang dogma because there is still no answer to missing antimatter.
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Nuclear fusion: the future of energy?
Will nuclear fusion be the energy provider of the future? Joint European Torus breaks record and paves the way for ITER.
by Lucien Tuinstra
Faster than Light?
A star appears to explode faster than the cosmic speed limit.
by Joshua Howells
CMI’s response to the ‘electric universe’
We explain why CMI is not interested in entertaining ‘electric universe’ ideas.
by Don Batten
Earth’s inner core shouldn’t exist
According to naturalism, the Earth’s inner core shouldn’t exist!
by Joshua Howells
Dark matter in trouble again
Does a new analysis undermine ‘exotic neutrinos’ as dark matter or not?
by John Hartnett