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Cosmology Could Be Fundamentally Flawed

Citizens should know about mistaken predictions in science.

Not Enough Supernovas for Deep Time

A stunning image of a 1987 supernova remnant raises questions about where all the others are.

Black Hole Count Rises, Compounding Cosmology’s Lumps

The lumpiness problem has just been multiplied as JWST finds numerous large early black holes.

Nobody Can Explain Early Galaxies

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

JWST Upsetting Cosmology

The James Webb Space Telescope is turning up contradictions to consensus views on cosmic evolution.

JWST Finds Mature Galaxy in Young Universe

"We are dropping everything else" shouts an astrophysicist upon first look at a mature barred spiral in the early universe.

It’s a Wonderful Telescope

What do Frank Capra's classic Christmas movie and the James Webb Space Telescope have in common?

Secular Awe Falls Short

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

JWST Surprises and Discoveries

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

Webb Telescope Test Image Stuns Astronomers

Behind a tightly-focused star in a test image, thousands of spiral galaxies are visible.

Hubble’s Camera Celebrates 20 Years

The Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) on the Hubble Space Telescope has dramatically changed cosmology.

Will the new Space Telescope See the Origin of Life?

Spending Another $10 Billion to Prove Atheism: Another Proposal to get Life from Non-life   by Jerry Bergman, PhD Atheism might have had its defenders long before Darwin, but as Richard Dawkins has famously said, “Darwin made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist.”[1] Not quite. To be an intellectually fulfilled atheist, a viable […]

The James Webb Space Telescope Will Not Tell Us Where We Came From

As the long-awaited launch of JWST approaches, it's time to deflate some pompous predictions.

New Ways to Find E.T.

SETI researchers may not have to wait by the stellar radio dial for their imaginary friends to call in. They might eavesdrop on their pollution.
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