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JWST Sets Record for Early Mature Galaxies

The James Webb Space Telescope sees mature stars and galaxies too early for big bang theory.

Archive: Black Cats, Early Galaxies, Baghdad Batteries, and a Christian Geologist

These articles from early March 2003 show what CEH was reporting 21 years ago when the Iraq War was going on.

Spiral Galaxies Revealed in Dazzling Multicolored Splendor

New images from the Webb telescope combined with Hubble images present a catalog of awesome structures.

Big Bang Cosmology Still in Crisis

The lumpiness problem keeps getting worse, and most of reality is unknown.

Fat Star Child Too Big for Mom

Could a mother give birth to a 170-pound baby? That's what a new exoplanet is like.

Big Bang Failures Reach the Breaking Point

If prediction is a test of good science, Big Bang theory should be renamed Big Bust.

Physicists Love the Dark

Latest news on dark energy and dark matter show secular scientists still clueless but excited.

Scientists: Often Wrong, Rarely Humble

What other career allows one to be totally wrong but proud of it?

Some Thoughts About Everything

How some super intelligence could create such complex but simple things is absolutely amazing to this veteran NASA pioneer.

Hawking’s Final Theorem Does Not Produce a Viable Theory of Cosmic Origins

It illustrates the problem of being blinded by your conclusion, then attempting to build a case to support it.

On the Origin of Natural Law by Materialism

Attempts to prove that the universe’s origin occurred purely as a result of natural law fail.

Hawking Left Our Privileged Planet on an Absurd Note

His Legacy Might Be Called 'On the Origin of a Fine-Tuned Universe from Nothing.'

Darwin Media Competes for April Fool Award

They didn't realize they were taking part in a competition, but here we let our readers judge the winners.

Nobody Can Explain Early Galaxies

Mature galaxies right near the beginning – this repeated theme has the theorists at wit's end.

Do Cosmologists See Clearly with Chickenwire?

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