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More Evidence Venus is Volcanically Active

Without plate tectonics, Venus should be dead, but lava has apparently been moving.

COP28 vs Science

The UN climate conference is making world-shattering decisions based on questionable scientific inference.

Biogeography: Whose Problem?

Don't think that evolutionists are immune from vexing questions about where species have dispersed.

Dissing a Straw Noah

Secular science reporters don't do their homework. Their simplistic answers deceive the masses.

The Wisdom of Doubting Scientific Consensus

If you wait long enough, scientists will find exceptions to their dogmas and will have to rethink everything.

Earth Factories, Not Exploding Stars, May Form Elements

What textbooks have taught for decades may not be completely true.

Fun in Evolutionary Wonderland

Unconstrained by competition, the Darwin Party’s science storytelling industry comes up with some wacky scenarios. Where’s my horse-sized rabbit? (Phys.org). There are some pretty big fossil rodents, but no big fossil rabbits. Leave it to Darwinists to explain anything and everything. So why don’t we see rabbits rivaling the sizes of horses? To answer this […]

Our Moon Refuses to Obey Scientists

The neat theories for the origin of the moon and its subsequent evolution unravel when you try to stuff long ages into a young body.

Mars InSighters and Mars InBlinders

The Mars Insight lander has been on the red planet for a year, looking for evidence of geological activity and life.

Geology: A Science in Constant Revision

Slow-and-gradual uniformitarian geology is so 1830. Get with the times: fast, rapid, dynamic forces and theory revisions.

Weird Geology Requires Faith

If you are an evolutionary geologist, you don't need much data to get an incredible story published.

Geophysics Not Rock Solid Science

With observation, instruments and models, you would think geophysics is hard science.

Climate Science Underestimates Natural Sources of Warming

Scientists discover two more potent sources of greenhouse gases, both of which have nothing to do with human activity.

Snowball Earth Theory Not Set in Stone

Give an idea a name, and it can assume a reality in the imagination, even if there’s no evidence for it. Tae Hamm, writing for Glacier Hub, asks, “Was the Earth ever frozen solid?” Hamm, a student in climate science at Columbia University, reveals that a popular theory for the early earth before the explosion […]

How Long Does Geology Take?

Geological change can occur quickly, if conditions are right, affecting life and civilization.
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