Modern Cosmology Makes No Sense, Say Cosmologists
October 19, 2019
Don’t take our word for it. Cosmologists are banging their heads against the wall. How the Universe Stopped Making Sense (Live Science). “We’re getting something wrong about the universe,” begins Rafi Letzter after this shocking headline. Measurements in deep space, despite increasing precision, are irreconcilable. The implications are drastic: cosmologists’ most cherished notions, including the […]
No Natural Limit to Human Lifespan
November 1, 2018
Short lifespans may involve more about what we do to our bodies than what our bodies do to us.
Entrepreneurs Seek to Cure Ageing
September 26, 2014
Could scientists cure ageing, allowing humans to live Old Testament lifespans? A contest is on to fix the "chronic disease" of growing old.
Book Review: The Days of Lamech
August 14, 2011
To Biblical creationists, the period before the Flood lasted some 2,000 years – an immense span of time for humans with an explosive mix: high intelligence and a murderous sin nature. Yet the Bible provides few details about this period. How far did civilization proceed? What technologies did they develop? We know from Genesis they lived long, built cities, worked metals, made musical instruments, and mastered farming. We also know that the world was filled with violence. A new novel explores the possibilities of that tantalizing past. Building on the success of his first novel The Days of Peleg, novelist Jon Saboe has just published the long-awaited prequel, a drama set in the height of the antediluvian civilization: The Days of Lamech.