Life’s Amino Acid Kit Appears Pre-ordained
October 23, 2019
Of the thousands of possible amino acids, only a handful work for life. This poses a huge problem for secular origin-of-life theories.
Did God Need a Creator?
September 8, 2019
Answering a common argument by atheists for the existence of God.
Astrobiologists Whip Up False Hopes
August 9, 2019
Astrobiology long ago abandoned the kind of science that fostered the Scientific Revolution in the 17th century.
How Many More Anomalies Can Darwinism Take?
February 11, 2017
Darwinism survives not because it is empirically verified, but because it is a deduction from a tightly-held materialistic worldview.
Minimal Cell Challenges Naturalism
March 26, 2016
Origin of life theorists face a much higher "Mount Improbable" seeing a minimal cell with 473 genes.
Origin-of-Life Speculation Goes Off the Rails
October 21, 2015
Astrobiologists and their accomplices in the media are finding life everywhere where it isn't or couldn't be. Time to call in the science rangers.
Desperately Seeking Life Beyond Earth
July 7, 2015
Earth life cannot be unique. How about you, Mars? Europa, anything? Enceladus? Comet 67P? Please break the silence!
Primordial Soup as a Wizard's Potion
November 17, 2014
Certain concepts in materialistic origin of life seem to have more to do with witchcraft than reputable science.
Mars Panspermia a Sign of Desperation
September 7, 2013
A second article proposes life began on Mars, prompting some observers to point out the failures of naturalistic origin-of-life theories.
Origin of Life Theory Invokes Resurrection
August 10, 2013
Some scientists from Europe and America believe in the resurrection – of proteins.
Science Without an Object: Astrobiology, Alien Science
September 6, 2011
Can science exist without an observable object? In recent years we have seen serious scientists ponder alternate universes and parallel universes, dark matter, dark energy and other imponderable entities. String theory has yet to rest on observable data, and physicists at CERN are getting worried about not finding the hypothetical Higgs boson. Sooner or later, these theories need to detect their subjects or lose credibility in the science club. Perhaps nowhere else has the disconnect between hype and observation reached the absurd limits of astrobiology and alien science.