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Solar wind protects us from cosmic rays
Why do we have solar wind? Startling discoveries by Voyager 2 show its great benefits to life.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Real particle physics disappoints big bangers
Latest antimatter research undermines big bang theory
by Jonathan Sarfati
We are less than dust
Everything we see is mostly made up of empty space
by Robert Carter
Higgs Boson and Top Quark coupled together
Fine tuning of Higgs boson frustrates materialistic theories.
by Mary Beth De Repentigny
The spatial inverse problem in Earth sciences
Geophysicist Dr Peter Vajda addresses a reader’s question on the limitations to understanding what the earth looks like on the inside.
by Peter Vajda
Confronted by the Second Law of Thermodynamics
How one man’s encounter with creation evangelism caused him to re-think his understanding of the world and led him to faith in Jesus Christ.
by Warren Nunn
What impact does the detection of gravitational waves have on biblical creation?
The discovery of gravitational waves that match Einstein’s general relativity theory for a binary black hole merger is an example of solid operational science.
by John G. Hartnett
Does the soul violate physics?
How can our souls influence the physical realm without violating the conservation of energy?
by Keaton Halley
Dark Matter and the Standard Model of particle physics—a search in the ‘Dark’
The Standard Model of particle physics is on a collision course with the Big Bang model.
by John Hartnett
Is there definitive evidence for an expanding universe?
Some big bang cosmologists end up with the conclusion they want to find simply by turning the evolution knob.
by John Hartnett
Is the faint young sun paradox solved?
The earth would have been a ‘snowball’ if an evolutionary origin of the solar system was true.
by Michael J Oard
Solar system origin: Nebular hypothesis
Naturalism has many problems in explaining both stars and any planets around them.
by Jonathan Sarfati