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Do Cosmologists See Clearly with Chickenwire?

They talk glibly about observing objects billions of light-years away, but their empiricism is tainted by assumptions.

Dolphins Celebrated in Illustra Short Film

One of the fascinating segments from Illustra's documentary Living Waters, "Dolphins!" delights the senses in a short re-release.

Stars Kill Their Planets

Many stars, including sunlike stars, murder their children. Only special conditions allow for habitability.

The OOL Tease: NASA’s Ponzi Scheme

If you buy into NASA's perennial search for the origin of life, you'll lose it all. There's no collateral.

JWST Upsetting Cosmology

The James Webb Space Telescope is turning up contradictions to consensus views on cosmic evolution.

Oceans Mitigate Global Warming

New findings show that our ocean, and the unique molecule—water—are designed to ameliorate climate catastrophes.

JWST Finds Mature Galaxy in Young Universe

"We are dropping everything else" shouts an astrophysicist upon first look at a mature barred spiral in the early universe.

Wrong Again: Oort Cloud Fail

Dramatic clash between observation and theory leaves astronomers dumbfounded.

ABG Cosmology: Anything But God

Cosmologists can admit total ignorance about origins and publish "science" articles, as long as they remain ABG.

The Pseudoscience of Psychoanalyzing Aliens

One cannot determine the motives of beings that are completely unknown.

It’s a Wonderful Telescope

What do Frank Capra's classic Christmas movie and the James Webb Space Telescope have in common?

Can DNA Last 2 Million Years?

A new claim about ancient DNA deserves some scrutiny. Why did they double their maximum lifetime of DNA so quickly?

Axions: Another Dark Matter Candidate Not Found

The endless quest for a dark matter particle comes up empty again. Too much is invested in the search to give up.

How to Keep the Solar System Old: Struggle and Hope

Keeping the consensus age of the solar system is vital to evolution, but observations keep getting in the way.

Electric ‘Muscle’ Found in Sensitive Plant

If 'muscle' is loosely defined as a system that powers movement, the sensitive plant qualifies as a bodybuilder.
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