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Total eclipse of the brain
Don’t fall for flat-earth brainwashing
by Robert Carter
Rediscovering Pluto
Fresh images of this dwarf planet’s geology are exciting and point to its young age.
by Wayne Spencer
Trappist planets not in habitable zone
Three of the seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, are said by NASA to be in the habitable zone; however, research shows that neither life nor even water have been found there.
by Russell Grigg
Has the dark matter mystery been solved?
A mathematical solution challenges the need for scientists to invoke dark matter to solve problems in astrophysics and cosmology.
by John G Hartnett
Changing-look quasars: how do they fit into a biblical creationist model?
When light from these distant objects unexpectedly brightens, it better fits a creation scenario.
by John G. Hartnett
Big bang beliefs: busted
Big bang cosmogony requires many fudge factors to stay afloat, including dark matter, dark energy, and faster-than-light inflation.
by John Hartnett
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!
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Humans occupy a unique place in the universe that evolutionists cannot adequately explain.
by Mark Harwood
Is ‘dark matter’ the ‘unknown god’?
Dark matter is a fudge factor with no experimental support, and new physics explains the observations better
by John Hartnett