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Christmas and Genesis connected by Apollo 8 Astronauts
On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1968, the crew of Apollo 8 read from the Genesis account of creation.
by Jim Mason
Cosmic storytelling
When it comes to explaining how our universe came into being, widespread speculation is embraced over hard evidence.
by John Hartnett
It’s all bluff
It’s controversial to question the scientific basis of big bang, origin of life and evolution, but scientists acknowledge that these so-called facts are propped up by imaginative stories.
by Dominic Statham
The truth about the Galileo affair
Contrary to popular opinion, Galileo was neither a martyr to science, nor the victim of a war between science and faith.
by Dominic Statham
‘Star witnesses’ to a young creation
In a universe allegedly billions of years old, some clearly visible star features should not exist.
by Don Batten
Conclusive evidence that dust rings around some stars grow into planets?
Astronomers claim they have found a protoplanet forming around a young star, but not so fast.
by Mary Beth De Repentigny
Higgs Boson and Top Quark coupled together
Fine tuning of Higgs boson frustrates materialistic theories.
by Mary Beth De Repentigny
The Manx comet and naturalistic assumptions
Naturalistic assumptions can get in the way of understanding the origin of solar system objects.
by Wayne Spencer
Dissolving the Fermi Paradox
Oxford scientists cast doubt on intelligent life outside Earth; Elon Musk says this is all the more reason to colonize space.
by Paul Price
As scientists continue to study the images provided by the NASA spacecraft New Horizons, preconceptions about Pluto have been replaced by lots of head-scratching.
by Russell Grigg
Self contradictory atheism
It’s irrational to think there is such a thing as ‘free energy’ in the universe.
by Chris Smith
Kepler-78b: The “scorching lava world” that “shouldn’t exist”
The exoplanet Kepler-78b stuns astronomers, defies evolutionary formation theories
by David Catchpoole