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Two fundamental laws of physics clash if we try to explain the universe’s origin without a Creator.
Some report communication with aliens and some even claim to have been taken aboard spaceships. What are we to make of claims of alien abductions?
Astronomer Phil Plait, known for his website Bad Astronomy, recently claimed Ken Ham doesn’t understand science in response to some of his tweets.
If κ1 Ceti truly is a good example of what the sun was like in its youth, then the evolutionary view of life may be in trouble.
The observations themselves merely tell us that green pea galaxies have unusual amounts of doubly ionized oxygen atoms, not an evolutionary story.
Many people remember watching on TV the remarkable events of July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. Or did they?
The secular media often report new evidence of stars in the process of formation. They say this supports star evolution. What do creationists think?
Within the solar system, Mars appears most promising for life outside of the earth, so much attention has been given to the search for biogenic markers on Mars.
Most astronomers think Pluto and the many other objects orbiting beyond Neptune are Kuiper belt objects. What does this assume about the age of the universe?
It’s almost comical that a scientist would express “almost no doubt” about life on a non-existent planet.
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