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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
Our young solar system
Multiple lines of evidence support the Bible’s age of the solar system.
by Wayne Spencer
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
Mars
Mars: a dry lifeless planet that once had huge floods.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
A lesson from Pluto
Going, going, gone! Lessons from a disappearing planet.
by Tas Walker
Saturn—the ringed planet
This beautiful giant ringed planet baffles evolutionary astronomers.
by Spike Psarris
Jupiter: King of the planets and testament to our Creator
This beautiful giant planet baffles evolutionary astronomers.
by Spike Psarris
Mars’ catastrophic geology
Flooding, volcanism, glacial movement, sedimentary deposits and even geysers point to a violent past not long ago.
by Wayne Spencer
‘Backwards’ comet perplexes scientists
The recent discovery of a comet dubbed ‘Dracula’ has left evolutionary scientists scratching their heads as to its origins.
by David Catchpoole
Venus: Cauldron of fire
The beautiful morning and evening star holds a fiery secret underneath its cloudy veil—a world so hot that lead will melt at its surface.
by Jonathan Sarfati