SecularAstronomy and Logical Fallacies

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Evolutionary astronomers claim to have solid scientific backing for their beliefs. But over and over again, their claims often contain the same logical flaw — a flaw to which they seem blind. Here are a few recent examples of this flaw at work. See if you can spot it. ———- Example 1: The planet Uranus has a strange characteristic. Instead of spinning like a top as it orbits the Sun, it rolls along sideways like a ball. This contradicts the secular...

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Alien Planets Have “Advanced” Dinosaurs. Yes, Really.

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 3 comments

An important announcement from a top scientist. Dr. Ronald Breslow is a noted scientist at Columbia University. Among other accomplishments, he’s a member of multiple scientific academies around the world, has won the U.S. National Medal of Science, and is the past President of the American Chemical Society. He even has an award named after him (the Ronald Breslow Award in Biomimetic Chemistry). In other words, he’s one of America’s most respected scientists. That’s why it...

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Higgs Boson: The So-Called “God Particle” Is Found

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Yesterday (originally posted last week by Spike), a momentous announcement was made by scientists working at the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) in Europe. The Higgs boson has been discovered. (Or at least, there’s a new particle consistent with the characteristics expected of the Higgs.) Media reports are breathlessly calling it “the God particle.” Other reports claim that this discovery confirms the Big Bang model. Neither statement is true. What is the Higgs boson? It is one...

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Alien Solar Systems – What Have They Revealed?

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

Is our Solar System special? Science media and textbooks have always said that the answer is no. We live in a ho-hum, average Solar System. There’s nothing special or unusual about it.1 But lately, even secular astronomers are being forced to admit that the truth is quite different. Apparently our Solar System is very unusual. You’ve probably heard that scientists have been diligently searching for exoplanets (planets outside of our Solar System), using a variety of new...

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An “Earthshaking” Discovery on Mars

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

From the here-we-go-again department: A NASA scientist recently announced a major, “earthshaking” discovery on Mars.  According to an interview1 with John Grotzinger, the principal investigator for NASA’s current Mars rover mission, the rover had analyzed some Martian soil. And it had made an “earthshaking” discovery. Grotzinger even said “this data is [sic] gonna be one for the history books. It’s looking really good.” James Garvin, chief scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space...

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Mercury: New Discoveries Delight Creationists

Posted on Dec 20, 2013 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

A few weeks ago, the Messenger spacecraft completed its first extended mission around Mercury. Before Messenger arrived at Mercury, most of what we knew about the planet came from one space probe (Mariner 10), back in 1974 and 1975. Thus, both creationists and evolutionists alike were eager to see what would be revealed by the Messenger mission–the first spacecraft to visit Mercury in over 30 years. Messenger has been an exciting mission in many ways, especially for...

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Star Formation and Dark Matter

Posted on Feb 8, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

If the universe formed itself in the way big-bang theorists suggest, could stars have formed? That seems like a rather odd question. Hasn’t secular science proven that the first stars formed by primordial gas clouds condensing and igniting? According to Spike Psarris, former engineer in the US military space program, the answer is, “No.” In his latest DVD, he shows that in an interstellar gas cloud, gravity would be far weaker than gas pressure. Therefore, without some...

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Scientists Now Searching For Aliens Who Use Hairspray

Posted on Jan 18, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

– From the you-couldn’t-make-this-stuff up department Earlier we saw that evolutionists are eager to find life on other planets. But so far, the most likely candidate—Mars—isn’t cooperating. So where else can they look? Well, some evolutionists are fond of pointing out that we’ve found lots of planets orbiting other stars. These exoplanets would be dandy places to look for life, or so they say. Problem: exoplanets are far out of reach for our spacecraft. There’s...

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Earth Used To Have Two Moons

Posted on Dec 15, 2011 in Articles | 0 comments

This one was all over the Internet recently. According to this idea — which some people are taking quite seriously — the Earth used to have two moons instead of one. Hmm. Why is there only one today? Because the second one perished by crashing into the Moon we see today. Why are these researchers suggesting this? Because some of the mountains on the Moon’s far side are higher than the ones on the near side. To explain this fact, the researchers made a...

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Hints of Life on Saturn Moon

Posted on Nov 20, 2010 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

If you saw an article with this title, what would you think? Obviously, you’d think somebody had found evidence for life on one of Saturn’s moons. Well, the title is real. But its implication is not. The article appeared earlier this year in New Scientist [2], a respected scientific journal. It described an analysis of certain chemicals on Saturn’s moon Titan. The analysis did not reveal any evidence of life. Instead, evolutionists are speculating that...

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The Moon is dry, the evolutionary model is saved. Oops, maybe not. Never mind again

Posted on Nov 20, 2010 in Think & Believe Newsletter | 0 comments

In 2008, a shocking discovery was announced. Scientists had analyzed some lunar soils that Apollo astronauts had brought back from the Moon over 30 years earlier. They found that the soils contained traces of water. Not only that, the water was contained within tiny spheres of volcanic glass. This means that there’s water deep inside the Moon, not just on the surface. In fact, the concentration of water down there might even be comparable to the concentration of water...

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