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Desperately Seeking Life Beyond Earth

Earth life cannot be unique. How about you, Mars? Europa, anything? Enceladus? Comet 67P? Please break the silence!

SETI Believers Are Lost in Space

How long can you say "watch this space" till onlookers lose interest?

Fire and Brimstone: Why Earth Isn't Like Venus

Both planets have abundant sulfur, but Earth life has a way of cycling it for good.

More Examples of "Convergent Evolution" Claimed

Traits evolve by common ancestry, evolutionists claim—except when they don't, which is all too common.

Instant Islands and Ecology

A new volcanic island near Japan recalls the rapid colonization of Iceland's Surtsey island in 1963.

It's Curtains for Enceladus

The geysers of Saturn's little moon are like sheets instead of jets, spelling trouble for theories of its ancient age and possible life.

100,000 Galaxies Without a Sign of Life

An orbiting infrared telescope found no clear signs of life in 100,000 galaxies.

Geology Upset: Wind Carves Canyons Fast

According to a new study, wind carves canyons ten times faster than water. This has implications for theories on Mars and Earth.

Water Worlds Tempt with Life, Not Youth

More and more planets and moons are suspected of having liquid water, but what should be the logical implications?

Darwin's Land of Make-Believe

Darwin supporters use cartoons and rap music to push their message to humans—and aliens.

Solar System Reversals

The planets keep going around, but theories about them often stop and go backward or sideways. When nothing else works, send in the impactors!

Chance as Evolution's God

Astrobiologists and their reporters completely ignore probability in their belief that life began by chance.

Double Trouble for Cosmology

Two developments are converging to threaten the standard big bang model of the universe's origin.

Is Pareidolia a Hypothesis?

Some astrobiologists see possible signs of life in Martian soil photographed by a rover. The rover project scientist begs to differ.

Astrobiology Has No Bio

When you take the "bio" out of astrobiology, what do you get? Is it still a science?
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