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Extraordinary Claim: Life on Venus?

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, scientists like to say. One smelly molecule is not enough to claim life.

Aiming Blindly: Darwinism Is Inherently Contradictory

Once in awhile, evolutionists see fundamental problems in Darwinism. But they continue believing it anyway.

Nutty Evolutionist Seduces Lady Luck, Gets Good Press

You can get away with nonsense if you dress it up in seductive jargon. Evolutionists have mastered this trick.

Astrobiology’s Endless Quest for a Good Myth

Come join the Astrobiology Storytelling Society! You'll never be out of work!

Astrobiology: The Perfect Swarm

Come join the Astrobiology Storytelling Society! You'll never be out of work!

Mars InSighters and Mars InBlinders

The Mars Insight lander has been on the red planet for a year, looking for evidence of geological activity and life.

Tomfoolery in OOL

Origin-of-life scientists know chemistry, but not logic.

How Astrobiology Could Be Scientific

Despite its propensity for wild speculation about life in space, there's one way Astrobiology could provide useful science.

SETI Craziness Continues

They have no evidence but need to look busy, so SETI enthusiasts come up with crazier stories to keep public hopes up.

Goofy OOL to Make Fools Drool

OOL (origin of life) material is shoveled out like Halloween candy to gullible kids, unaware they are being given poison.

New Theory about the Origin of Life Concludes It’s Magic!

Another new theory about how life could have evolved from simple molecules has now been added to the existing pile of theories.

Space Aliens Still AWOL

Aliens should be everywhere, but the heavens remain eerily silent. The faith goes on.

How Did Earth Get Its Phosphorus?

The element phosphorus is hard to get to a planet's surface where it is needed.

Astrobiology Survives on Passionate Hope

Without the words 'might' and 'could,' astrobiologists would have nothing to say.

Richter Scaling: Is Funding for Astrobiology and SETI Justified?

Should the government fleece taxpayers again for a project with almost zero chance for success? Consider two "Richter scales" that should inform hopes.
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