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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
‘He made the stars also …’ (Genesis 1:16)
Interview with Ph.D. full professor of astronomy, Danny Faulkner
by Carl Wieland and Dr Jonathan DSarfati
Spiral galaxies: too many for the big bang
Supercomputer simulations show that proposed dark matter halos cause too many galaxy collisions.
by Joshua Howells
Tides
How the sun and moon cause our super-helpful tides
by Robert Carter
Stonehenge’s solar secrets
New discoveries at Stonehenge reveal the ancient builders had accurate knowledge of the solar 365.25 day year.
by Gavin Cox
Nuclear fusion: the future of energy?
Will nuclear fusion be the energy provider of the future? Joint European Torus breaks record and paves the way for ITER.
by Lucien Tuinstra
What you need to know about the James Webb Space Telescope
Will it really see the most distant galaxies? Do the quoted distances prove they are billions of years old?
by Joshua Howells and Mark Harwood
Why would a designer leave debris floating in space?
Are cratered planetary landscapes and moonscapes, and colliding galaxies, evidence against an Intelligent Designer?
by Andrew Sibley
What’s a billion years between friends?
How easy it seems to simply adjust an age that does not fit the evolutionary long-age narrative. Sometimes, there are no qualms about changing a ‘date’ by a billion years!
by Lucien Tuinstra
The volcanism and age of Io
Does recent modelling solve the long-age problems with Io?
by Wayne Spencer
Did God use a big bang?
Is the big bang compatible with God’s creation described in Genesis?
by Gary Bates
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