New Waterfall Theory Affects Interpretations of Climate, Tectonics
March 14, 2019
How do waterfalls form? Geologists tested them in the lab, and found that some of them can make themselves. It has been long assumed that you need some external event to form a waterfall: a change in rock, a change in flow, a landslide, or some other “allogenic” source. Three scientists, publishing in Nature this […]
Global Policies Can Trust Fake Science
January 30, 2019
Some matters are just too complicated to know with certainty. Here's another "whoops" moment in climate science.
Fallacious Assumptions Corrupt Science
January 8, 2019
Scientists are not immune from the attraction of primrose paths that lead to confirmation of their biases.
Science Media Still Overwhelmingly Leftist
December 5, 2018
Try to find a conservative point of view in the following secular news stories. We found one in the long list.
Natural Sources of Methane Surprise Climate Scientists
November 28, 2018
Methane is 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas. Look where it comes from.
Two Geological Process Ages Collapse
September 4, 2018
Two processes theoretically assumed to take long ages have been shown they can occur quickly.
Scientific Discoveries Can Cast Doubt on Long-Held Beliefs
July 28, 2018
You have to look beneath the surface veneer of bluffing in science news to see how the sausage is made before it gets packaged to the press.
A Look at College Indoctrination into Darwinism
July 3, 2018
A glimpse at how Darwinian professors intimidate, demean and punish students for their religious beliefs, exemplified by a rabid evolutionary professor at Ohio State.
Why Milankovitch Cycle Theory Is Like Astrology
June 22, 2018
Sometimes a hunch proves to be unworkable. The Milankovitch Cycle theory has too many complications. It’s time to give it up. In the 1920s, Milutin Milankovitch, a Serbian astronomer, mathematician and popularizer of science, had a bright idea. Knowing that certain orbital cycles drift over time, he wondered if they could influence the earth’s climate. […]
Tiny Life Benefits the Whole World
April 19, 2018
Some very small organisms can produce global effects, such as the tiny crustaceans that stir the oceans every night. What would the oceans be like without life? If minerals, gases and nutrients had to mix by diffusion, the process would be very slow. Wind and currents could help somewhat. Now, Houghton et al., publishing in […]
Fossil Forest Found in Antarctica
November 20, 2017
Claimed to be 280 million years old, stumps of fossil trees retain original material in the world's coldest climate.
Hurricanes Are Not Increasing from Global Warming
September 8, 2017
Scientists explain that this hurricane season is not exceptional in the long term view, despite four devastating storms in just a week.
Chinks in the Climate Science Data
August 17, 2017
Consensus can be more robust than the data it rests on. That's true in Darwinism, and appears to be true in climate science, according to some published doubts.
Darwin Fail: Surprising Organisms Follow Their Own Path
July 25, 2017
There are organisms that change too fast, others that change too slow, and others that change without natural selection. What's a Darwinist to do?
Life Helps Protect the Planet
July 1, 2017
When humans make a mess of things, our fellow organisms try to help. That's no excuse for our failures to be good stewards.