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  • Planck dust map of galaxy
    New dust map of galaxy casts doubts on gravitational waves discovery
    As sometimes happens, the celebrations may have been a bit premature. A new map of interstellar dust in our galaxy has cast doubts on the findings published last March about the discovery of gravitational waves, which would be evidence for left...
  • Peggy Among Saturn's Rings
    Pagans In Space?
    The term "starstuff" is attributed to astronomer and exobiologist Carl Sagan. Specifically, "The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of...
  • Gravitational wave background
    Gravity waves: not so fast
    Three months and two days ago, John Kovacs and his team boasted before the world they had found the signature of gravity waves in deep space. This, they said, proved the long-held theory of spatial inflation, the key event in the Big Bang. Now at...
  • Deep space exploration of the beginnings of the universe
    BICEP2 discovery tells the story of our universe: part 2
    Stories passed down about our history possess a power to unite us and inspire us, even when there's no proof the events actually happened. Sometimes myths become reality when we find evidence that the stories are actually true.Recently,...
  • Paul Von Ward
    Paul Von Ward to speak at Phoenix MUFON on Saturday
    Writer-cosmologist Paul Von Ward will present a lecture to Phoenix MUFON on Saturday, March 22 at 2 PM at the University of Advancing Technology,2625 W. Baseline Rd., Tempe. Von Ward has developed a "self-learning cosmology" which...
  • Cosmic chronology
    Gravitational waves - what they mean
    Two days ago, John Kovacs, of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, claimed a momentous discovery. He said he had seen "direct evidence of cosmic inflation," according to Mike Wall at Space.com. The New York Times picked up...
  • PatRobertsonDevil
    Old Earth Creationism is quackery
    Did God (Yahweh, Jehovah or Jesus) light the fuse of the Big Bang? Pat Robertson, and other quacks, have tried to fit Genesis chapter 1 into modern cosmology and Old Earth Creationism. Each of the six days of Creation could probably have been eras...
  • Birth of a star
    Moses, the creation account and probability
    Biblical apologist Margaret Hunter has published an article claiming that the probability that Moses could have gotten the order of creation in Genesis correct is one chance in 479 million. And, based on that remote probability, she concludes that...
  • Gravitational lens
    Scientists discover distant gravitational lens
    On Oct. 17, an international team of astronomers reported that they have found the most distant gravitational lens ever observed. A gravitational lens is a massive object, in this case a galaxy, that is capable of distorting spacetime to a...
  • Exoplanet
    Exoplanets
    Are we alone in the universe? Does life on Earth represent a unique accident? These queries drive much of space exploration. Most scientists invoke the Copernican principle to support their belief that life will be found elsewhere. Named for the...
  • Lawrence Krauss
    The Redefinition of Nothing
    Believe or not, many atheists are contending that it was possible that the universe came into existence out of nothing. One reason for this contention could be because of the influence of Dr. Lawrence Krauss, a theoretical physicist at Arizona...
  • Palaeontology
    Palaeontology contradicts the Bible
    Willard Frank Libby invented radiocarbon dating in 1949 and won a Nobel Prize for it in 1960. Christians hate radiocarbon, uranium-lead and potassium-argon dating because they contradict Young Earth Creationism; the Bible says the earth is about...
  • John Major Jenkins
    Interview with John Major Jenkins on Maya Cosmogenesis 2012
    When I asked my listeners for questions from my page on my Facebook group for my radio show The Church Of Mabus for John Major Jenkins. A flood came in literally of many questions that I had to go through and figure out which ones to present....
  • Early Universe
    Supercomputers Show Evolution of Early Universe
    The single question that most fascinates astronomers is how the universe came into being; in other words, how something arose out of nothingness. While we still can't fully answer this question, which has profund scientific and even...
  • Adler Planetarium exhibit
    New Adler exhibit projects the universe as microscopic and vast
    Viewers of the spectacular "Welcome to the Universe" movie that opened at the Adler Planetarium the end of May, can see Earth from space the way astronauts do and can explore our galaxy and others as if viewed from powerful telescopes....