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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
The volcanism and age of Io
Does recent modelling solve the long-age problems with Io?
by Wayne Spencer
The antikythera mechanism
The Antikythera Mechanism has proven to be an astonishingly complex mechanical computer capable of predicting the planets positions contradicting evolutionary ideas of primitive ancient man
by Gavin Cox
The origin of meteorite chondrules
A naturalistic origin for these is not even in sight.
by Michael J. Oard
Will the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) find extra-terrestrial life?
The James Webb space telescope will be able to examine the atmospheres of exoplanets in greater clarity than ever before. Will we find a truly habitable exoplanet?
by Scot Devlin
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
The Manx comet and naturalistic assumptions
Naturalistic assumptions can get in the way of understanding the origin of solar system objects.
by Wayne Spencer
Pluto
As scientists continue to study the images provided by the NASA spacecraft New Horizons, preconceptions about Pluto have been replaced by lots of head-scratching.
by Russell Grigg
Mercury: more marks of youth
Creationist predictions confirmed, evolutionist predictions confounded by Messenger spacecraft orbiting Mercury.
by Andrew Lamb
Will Nibiru collide with Earth?
Yet another end-of-the-world scenario with lots of panic, but no substance.
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
Planets around other stars
Many extrasolar planets have been discovered. But they pose many problems for evolutionary theories of stellar system origin.
by Wayne Spencer
Will comet Elenin destroy us?
Simple physics shows that a comet as far away as Venus, and billions of times less massive, won’t be noticeable in the slightest.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati