Small Thing Make Big Boom
January 18, 2016
The most spectacular supernova ever detected has astrophysicists scratching their heads for a mechanism.
Scientists Discover Godliness Works
January 17, 2016
Many secular researchers deny God, but sometimes have to admit his principles fit human behavior.
Without Integrity, There Is No Science
January 16, 2016
Science continues facing a crisis in credibility, leaving Big Science institutions scrambling for solutions.
Fossils that Defy Old Ages
January 13, 2016
Here are three things assumed to be old that look young. It's only the presumption of old age that forces the claims of millions of years.
The Science Media Racket
January 11, 2016
Science reporting is a global racket that uncritically propagates nonsense with the imprimatur of science.
Sexual Orientation is Not "Born That Way"
January 10, 2016
Psychologist says there is little scientific evidence that sexual-orientation is biological, but two powerful men forced the sexual revolution on the country.
Geology Theories Are Not Set in Stone
January 7, 2016
To be a geologist, you have to have a big imagination and always be ready to have your favorite theory overturned.
Separating Old Bones from Living Storytellers
January 5, 2016
What happens when discrete bones are forced into a continuous narrative where they don't fit? Answer: storytelling.
Stuff Geologists Think They Know Till Tomorrow
December 22, 2015
The science of geology is like quicksand, ever shifting and not rock solid.
Uncontested Consensus Is Bad for Science
December 21, 2015
Darwinian evolution is a prime example of how an unchallenged consensus leads to unbridled speculation and absurdity.
Dark Matter Is Lost in Space
December 19, 2015
Astronomers are spending millions on their biggest gamble yet: looking for something that may not exist.
Antique Homo Claims Threatened by New Bones
December 18, 2015
The number of potential overhauls in thinking from this thigh bone in China is staggering.
Early Builders Were Intelligent Designers
December 17, 2015
What do Stonehenge and Chaco Canyon have in common? On opposite sides of the globe, they illustrate human nature.
Just-So Stories for the Darwin Crowd
December 15, 2015
For the scientifically illiterate, bedtime stories of how things evolved bring contentment.
Science Will Never Know Some Things
December 12, 2015
Working against scientists' ambitions are hurdles of reality.