Stranded on Mars and assumed dead, astronaut Mark Watney tells himself, “I’ve got to make water and grow food on … Continue reading Could Earth’s Toughest Life-Forms Survive on Mars?
Have you thanked God for short-lived radioisotopes today? You should. Because our solar system was exposed to a huge abundance … Continue reading How God Used Short-Lived Radioisotopes to Create Life
Last month I wrote an article describing how the Grand Tack model explains the orbital configurations of all eight planets … Continue reading Recent Research Strengthens the Creation-Friendly Grand Tack Model
All standard planetary formation models, when applied to the solar system, are stymied by the Mars Problem. The most sophisticated … Continue reading Is the Solar System Too Fine-Tuned for Modern Science?
“All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.” These words … Continue reading Red Clay Reveals Extraordinary Climate Cycle
Quite a bit happened in 2015—Einstein’s theory was “disproved,” blood moons filled the sky, and op-eds showing a scientific case … Continue reading The Top 12 Reasons to Believe of 2015
Animation studio Pixar’s latest film, The Good Dinosaur, takes place in an alternate reality where the Cretaceous-Paleogene event that wiped … Continue reading Dinosaur Extinction Challenges Evolutionary Paradigm
The Avalon and Cambrian explosions, events that marked the sudden appearance of myriad complex life-forms, present two of the biggest … Continue reading Modern Brains Emerged in the Cambrian Explosion
In Star Wars: A New Hope Princess Leia utters the famous plea, “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.” … Continue reading Our Only Hope? A New Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life
This past August I spent a day hiking the Conrad Icefield (see figure 1), at 51° north latitude, North America’s … Continue reading How Earth Has Avoided an Iceball Catastrophe