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Oceans Mitigate Global Warming

New findings show that our ocean, and the unique molecule—water—are designed to ameliorate climate catastrophes.

Moon Is Too Dry for Astronauts

NASA is counting on water ice in shadowed craters on the moon, but there may be none. And there are other hazards.

More Reasons to Doubt a Climate Doomsday

We're just reporting what secular pro-warmist journals are saying.

Venus Was Never Habitable

Venus has bad news and bad news: it was never earthlike, and models to determine its habitability are unreliable.

Secrets Under the Earth Revealed

More water inferred deep underground, and ancient canyons and rivers detected.

Evolutionists Find it Hard to Imagine a Lifeless Mars

Is it possible for evolutionary scientists and reporters to mention Mars without imagining life?

Water on the Planetary Science Brain

Hydrocephaly is a physical brain ailment, but hydrobioscopy is a philosophical brain malady.

Water Quickly Evaporates on Mars

Scientists overestimate how much water could exist on Mars. New studies show it can't last even a day.

Mars Lost Its Water Rapidly

A new mechanism for desiccation on Mars could have dried up an ocean much faster than previously thought.

Earth Water Was Always Here

A new theory for the origin of Earth's oceans tries to make a splash again. This one says the Earth has always been wet.

There’s Abundance in Poverty

God's free gifts are all around us, if we would just see them and learn how to use them.

You Can Trust Science! (to Reverse Itself)

Hardly a week goes by without a press release announcing that a common scientific belief is wrong. What does this imply?

What Science Doesn’t Know

For all the confident triumphalism scientists display, there are major things they do not grasp.

Moon Water Is Young

The water detected on the moon by orbiters can only last thousands of years, not billions.

Lunar Scientists Fight the Dust

This entry continues our recap of lunar science in the 50 years since Apollo 11.
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