God’s Light Show
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took this photograph of southern Scandinavia just before midnight on April 3, 2015.

God’s Light Show

The Northern Lights, also called the aurora borealis, (or in Antartica the aurora australis or southern lights), are caused by the sun. Cooler spots on the sun cause solar storms…

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Birds of a Feather

If you ever want to sound really smart say, "Archaeopteryx." Just writing the word I can feel my I.Q. surging. Archaeopteryx is an extinct animal that, for years, evolutionists held…

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Species

Proponents of the theory of evolution often use scientific-sounding but ambiguous terms to mislead people into thinking that their thoroughly unscientific theories have merit. For example, what exactly is a…

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Problems with the Big Bang Theory:  Where is the Antimatter?
This image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the galaxy cluster MACSJ0717.5+3745. This is one of six being studied by the Hubble Frontier Fields programme, which together have produced the deepest images of gravitational lensing ever made. Due to the huge mass of the cluster it is bending the light of background objects, acting as a magnifying lens. It is one of the most massive galaxy clusters known, and it is also the largest known gravitational lens. Of all of the galaxy clusters known and measured, MACS J0717 lenses the largest area of the sky.

Problems with the Big Bang Theory: Where is the Antimatter?

The theory the universe came into being as a result of the explosion of an infinitely small point called a singularity, The so-called "Big-bang Theory," is riddled with problems. One…

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Where is everyone?

It is self-evident that we are fearfully and wonderfully made, but are we alone in the universe? According to a study at Oxford University, the answer is yes, yes we…

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The Blind Men and the Dinosaur

In total darkness, it’s a struggle to comprehend your environment. An ancient parable found in Hindu, Buddhist and Jain texts illustrates the difficulty of understanding a thing based upon limited…

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Get over it!

The theory of evolution is bad science and just plain foolish, so why do we teach it to our children as fact? When you talk about evolution it is important…

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Blindsided by Science

Rocking the scientific community, a recent DNA study published in the Journal of Human Evolution refutes evolution. Doctor David Thaler of the University of Basel in Switzerland and Doctor Mark…

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A Little Peek at Darwin’s Beaks

The prevailing message from the secular scientific community is that rational scientists accept the evidence to understand the reality of the natural world, but they are opposed by irrational fundamentalists…

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The Nature of Science

What is science? That's a word we hear a lot. Usually, it is used like this: "Science tell us this or science tell us that." But that doesn't make any…

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Days or Millions of Years?

The Bible clearly says that everything was created in six literal days, but some people say that the days were actually millions or billions of years, is that possible? The…

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Made in His Image

There is an old Chinese proverb that says: "One generation plants a tree and another generation gets the shade." The spiritual ideals and beliefs of our parents determined the type…

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The Chicken or the Egg?

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Generations of people have debated this issue. It originated as an ancient folk paradox, meant to have no correct answer. The philosopher…

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Fantastic Lights

Here come real stars to fill the upper skies, And here on earth come emulating flies,… -Robert Frost The ability to light up the night makes fireflies, also called lightning…

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Uniformitarianism is Not Science

Uniformitarianism is a ten dollar word used to describe a seriously flawed and bankrupt worldview. Uniformitarianism is the theory that natural and geographical features of the Earth are the result…

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The Stars Also

          What we think we know about the Universe changes constantly as we discover new scientific information. A good example of this is Pluto, long believed to be a large…

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The Truth Awakens

     The East Coast is bracing for an invasion force one trillion strong, a force that will bring with it clear evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence. However, this force will not…

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von Neuman Machine

       Just Imagine, a car that builds itself in your garage, and then performs its own maintenance and repairs! In the 1950’s brilliant Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist and inventor…

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