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NASA Goes Loony: Moon Formed in Mere Hours?

Is it clickbait? NASA is claiming the moon formed within hours after a collision.

Secular Awe Falls Short

Secular scientists and astronomers are only human; they feel awe, too. But why, and for what end?
Cassini at Saturn

Saturn and Unobserved Events

When is it rational to invoke unobservable events to make a theory work? Here's a test case at Saturn.

How to Keep Titan Old Despite Evidence

Cassini's finding of a mostly dry Titan falsified expectations. But secularists refuse to give up on their beloved billions of years.

Mars Water Hope Evaporates

Evolutionists have a strange way of expressing disappointment. They pretend to be excited about it.

No Escape from “In the Beginning”

The universe had a beginning. Cyclic universes don't work.

God’s Green Earth Shown from Space

The latest short film from Illustra Media is a pageant of design that makes our planet habitable.

Archive Classic: Astrobiology, 0 Steps Forward, 3 Steps Back

From 2005: Report of a JPL lecture on the origin of life offers nothing but anti-scientific speculation.

JWST Surprises and Discoveries

Galaxies evolve quicker than expected, and stunning new images of Hubble classics dazzle the eyes.

Mars Youth Shows in New Study

The basis for believing Mars is billions of years old and had oceans like the Earth comes under fire in a new study.

Webb Telescope Delights the Public

The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope have been unveiled. With them came a host of speculations about discoveries to come.

Will Dark Matter Theorists See the Light?

Some cosmologists are seriously considering dark matter theory to be a blunder.

Mars Meteorite Shakes Up Stories of Solar System Formation

A long-held assumption about isotope ratios contradicts prevailing views about planet formation.

The Gravity of the Situation Confounds Physicists

The mystery of gravity deepens: how does gravity act over vast distances?

Cosmologists Reverse Their Dogmas

Oops! The Previous Astronomical Conclusions May Be Wrong: The universe’s expansion may not continue forever, but “could stop expanding ‘remarkably soon’.”   by Jerry Bergman, PhD According to an article in Live Science, the “oscillating universe” might be coming back in vogue.[1] A paper in PNAS by Paul Steinhardt, Director of the Princeton Center for […]
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