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Distant starlight, and dino and human fossils
The Horizon problem: the big banger’s own distant starlight problem, and more evidence against the big bang. Why are there no mass graveyards of human and dino fossils?
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
WMAP ‘proof’ of big bang fails normal radiological standards
COBE and WMAP satellite maps of cosmic microwave background fluctuations allegedly prove the big bang. But a radiology expert shows they are unreliable, miserably failing radiology standards.
by John Hartnett
‘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
How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?
Creationists have more in their armoury now to deal with that question than ever before—while the problems for long-age evolutionists just get worse.
by Mark Harwood
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
Origin of oxygen more complex than imagined
Contradictory observations mean more trouble for naturalistic theories but the problems disappear within a biblical perspective.
by Barry Tapp
Starlight and time—a further breakthrough
An Australian physics professor shows how light would have reached Earth from the most distant stars in an extremely short time, demolishing one of the major objections to biblical creation.
by Carl Wieland
Exploring the heavens
Former New South Wales (Australia) Government Astronomer (Dr David King) affirms that the heavens do indeed declare God’s glory.
by Jonathan Sarfati
A 5D spherically symmetric expanding universe is young
How do billions of years of light travel time fit into Creation Week?
by John Hartnett
Panspermia theory burned to a crisp: bacteria couldn’t survive on meteorite
Experiment shows that bugs from outer space would be burned up on entering Earth’s atmosphere, undermining a common evolutionary ‘loophole’.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Crisis in cosmology continues with conference of big-bang dissidents
CMI speaker and respected physics professor John Hartnett, who represented his university, gives his impressions.
by John Hartnett
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC): will a black hole swallow us?
Media hype had some people thinking the world would end. CMI’s Dr Russell Humphreys, formerly a physicist with the prestigious Sandia National Laboratories, makes an informed comment.
by Russell Humphreys