The big bang model has undergone a tremendous amount of refinement since it became the dominant cosmogony a half-century ago.
While we can’t see many things, there is evidence for their existence by the observable effect that they have on other things. The same is true of black holes.
Astronomers have thought that the conditions in planetary nebulae might be conducive to production of helium hydride.
It’s ironic that the very thing that supposedly is the proof of the big bang model may turn out to be its undoing.
Secular scientists see evidence of global catastrophe on Venus and Mars. So why can’t they admit the evidence on earth?
The Bible reveals that creation was about 6,000 years ago, so how can we see stars that are millions of light-years away?
Most evolutionary astronomers talk about the Oort cloud like it’s a fact. Yet they admit no direct observational evidence exists.
Will studies revealing a quasar with a much-too-massive black hole and a galaxy with young space dust lead to the downfall of the big bang model?
A study suggests the universe had neither a beginning nor a big bang, but if the universe is eternal, then there is no need of God.
Sometime in its past, the earth’s moon was pounded with thousands upon thousands of meteors. Is it possible to reconstruct the sequence of these strikes?
Physics is a relatively “clean” science because it deals mostly with the world as it exists. Yet it has struggled to explain some weird experimental results.
Comets are continually being lost through decay, collisions with planets, and ejections from the solar system. If the solar system were billions of years old, then all comets would have died long ago.
The Sun derives energy by the thermonuclear conversion of hydrogen into helium, deep inside its core. There is convincing evidence that the Sun is getting at least half of its energy by this method.
The problems with Bouw’s book pale in comparison with those of this book by Marshall Hall.
Argument for an impact bombardment event surrounding the Flood that began with the onset of the Flood and continued for some time, trailing off into the post-Flood period.
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