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Ultracool Trappist-1 and its seven planets
The discovery of seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, with three in the habitable zone, has given rise to claims of habitability. However, neither life nor even water have been found there.
by Russell Grigg
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
Dark matter caused the demise of the dinosaurs?
A physicist is sure that dark matter sheds light on what happened to some of the world’s biggest extinct animals.
by John G. Hartnett
How good is our neighbourhood!
Humans occupy a unique place in the universe that evolutionists cannot adequately explain.
by Mark Harwood
Explaining nearby objects that are old in time dilation cosmologies
The thinking behind the existence of old objects close to Earth.
by Ron Samec
‘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
Where materialism logically leads
When scientists—particularly physicists—look at the universe and rule out the Creator, it inevitably leads them down a dark path to confusion.
by John G Hartnett
Planetary system formation: exposing naturalistic storytelling
The naturalistic model to explain how stars formed shows fatal flaws when compared with the known laws of physics.
by John G. Hartnett
No coincidence
The earth is a ‘privileged planet’ and was specially created to support life.
by Dominic Statham
Have Population III stars finally been discovered?
The big bang hypothesis demands that there should be stars with zero metal content.
by John G Hartnett
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