Time Dilation in Evolutionary Rates
September 24, 2021
The speed of evolution is like general relativity. It goes fast or slow depending on the storyteller's frame of reference.
Something Cannot Be Born from Nothing
August 8, 2019
Exasperated by the lack of evidence for dark matter, some are now wondering if it came before the beginning.
It’s Over: Dark Energy Was Fake Science
December 16, 2017
It's being called the Worst Theoretical Prediction in the History of Physics. Dark energy, and its cousin dark matter, are not showing up in any empirical tests.
Is Dark Matter a Myth?
November 28, 2017
More precise tests continue to fail to find dark matter or dark energy. How long do scientists get to look for occult phenomena that may not be real?
Classical Creation Physicists Still Make News
July 22, 2017
They lived before relativity and quantum mechanics, but their insights continue to stimulate productive research in 21st-century physics.
Scientism Fails Another Defense
March 12, 2017
A physicist's latest attempt to justify scientism reveals a deplorable ignorance of history, logic and philosophy of science.
Excuses for Missing Dark Matter
January 9, 2017
Astronomers display creativity at rationalizing their inability to find what they believe makes up the bulk of the universe.
Cosmology in Perpetual Crisis
June 7, 2016
Secular cosmologists are no closer to the truth than they were 20 years ago.
Star Trek for Real: Impenetrable Force Field Protects Earth
November 29, 2014
Radiation belts discovered at the dawn of the space age have a new trick in their pocket: shielding the Earth.
Quasar Alignment Is "Spooky"
November 20, 2014
Quasar rotation axes show a peculiar alignment over billions of light-years.
Astronomers Missed Half the Visible Universe
November 10, 2014
Dark matter is still a mystery, but meanwhile, half of the real stars in the universe have been hiding in plain sight.
Cosmology Could Be Way Off
June 17, 2011
The “lumpiness problem” in cosmology refuses to go away. This old conundrum about why the universe is lumpy with stars and galaxies has been around for decades. The big bang predicts no such lumps. Since the late 1990s, tiny differences in temperature measured in the cosmic background radiation held hope of being the seeds of lump formation, provided theories added copious fudge factors like dark matter, dark energy and inflation. A new survey finds more clumps than expected, casting doubt on whether the fudge factors are wrong, the hot big bang is wrong, or relativity is wrong. Words can hardly express the gravity of the situation when gravity itself – an icon of scientific verity – is called into question.