The third most abundant molecule in the universe has the most well-known chemical formula—H2O, or water. No one disputes the … Continue reading Why Does Hydrogen Exist in the Universe?
What are the two most known chemical compounds? Clearly water (H2O) takes first place, but with all the discussion of … Continue reading Why Does Carbon Exist in the Universe?
Life requires information and information is the product of mind. We know that DNA and protein structures are information-rich molecules. … Continue reading Complex Carbohydrates Illustrate the Design in Cells
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
Q&A #1: Can We Remove a Star or Galaxy and Still Have a Fine-Tuned Universe? From Liam in Bunbury, Western … Continue reading Q&A: Is the Universe a Waste? and The Facts Behind Jonah’s Story
For close to 100 years, astronomers have sought to measure the expansion history of the universe. Among the various tools … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Space-Energy Density and the Divine Creator
Astronomy research yields increasing evidence for the solar system’s unique formation history. The more we learn, the more its features … Continue reading New Evidence for Solar System Design: Fine-Tuning the Late Veneer
A few days ago I wrote about the molecular rotary motor F1-F0-ATPase, arguing that its supramolecular architecture and operation bear … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: A Watchmaker’s Design
I recently received an email with a few good questions. Question 1 Do the multiverse models espoused by Sean Carroll … Continue reading Multiverse Musings: Fine-tuning and B-theories of Time
An adult human can last 40 days without food, a week without any sleep, three days without water, but only … Continue reading Earth’s Primordial Atmosphere Must Be Fine-Tuned