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The Copernican bubble pops, rocks of age (again), the dino–bird–elephant connection, let it snow (in time for Martian Christmas), and more!
As secular cosmology tries to cope with the visible evidence, the explanatory model gets more and more “improbable” and “outlandish.”
Humbly lying on the tundra shores of Canada’s Hudson Bay are the world’s oldest rocks—4.28 billion years old, to be exact, maybe.
A dinosaur unearthed in Argentina could be the latest evidence for a dino–bird connection, paleontologists report.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow—perhaps the tune the Phoenix Mars lander hums as it goes about its work?
A bowl dating back to the time of Christ bears an intriguing description: “Christ the magician.” What could it mean?
If you’re religious and easily offended, watch out! Comedian and wannabe-pundit Bill Maher hits the big screen this week with Religulous, a film that—among other things—takes aim at our very own Creation Museum.
From lengthy articles to Saturday Night Live sketches on late-night television, vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is under fire—and her origins beliefs and religious faith remain the biggest targets.
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