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Category: Physics

  • Massive flares erupt from largest sunspot in 25 years

    A massive solar eruption on 26 October was the sixth large flare since 19 October, all emanating from one gigantic sunspot called AR 12192. Measuring 129,000 kilometres across, it’s the largest sunspot since 1990. For comparison, that’s a spot 10 … Continue reading

  • Planck Satellite Fails to Confirm Big Bang

    During a high profile news conference in March 2014, the BICEP2 radio astronomy team announced purported direct evidence for inflation— an important part of the modern Big Bang model. In Big Bang cosmology, inflation is a hypothesized “growth spurt” in … Continue reading

  • Nobel Prize: How LEDs change the world

    Three scientists took home the Nobel Prize for physics Tuesday for “the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources,” according to the Nobel committee. Previously, the lights were limited to red and … Continue reading

  • Physicist: There’s no such thing as black holes

    Black holes are thought to form when massive stars collapse in on themselves and create gravitational vacuums from which even light cannot escape. However, if a collapsing star were to lose too much mass during its destruction, it would no … Continue reading

  • Big Bang Fizzles under Lithium Test

    Secular astrophysicists often talk about “primordial nucleosynthesis” as though it were a historical event like Washington crossing the Delaware. In theory, it describes how certain conditions—not God’s handiwork—during an early Big Bang universe somehow cobbled together the first elements. However, … Continue reading

  • The Oscar Pistorius trial and the role of forensic bias

    The trial of South African Olympic and Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, charged with the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, has received a great deal of international media coverage recently. The judge1 in the case allowed the proceedings to be … Continue reading

  • Strong Solar Storm Expected to Hit Earth

    It’s storming outside — but we’re not talking about thunder and rain. The energy from two back-to-back coronal mass ejections hit Earth today as expected, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Coronal mass ejections are bursts of radiation … Continue reading

  • Stardust snares first dust from beyond the solar system

    Seven rare, microscopic dust particles, which could be of interstellar origin, have been found among samples collected by NASA’s Stardust mission, according to an international team of researchers. The tiny particles show features that are consistent with dust that would … Continue reading

  • Solar System Geysers–Each a Fountain of Youth

    A sticky problem for nature-only origins just got 100 times worse. When discovered about ten years ago, a remarkable plume of water ice ejected from Enceladus, an icy moon in Saturn’s E ring, left secular notions of the moon’s origin … Continue reading

  • Review: A Universe from Nothing

    Atheists insist that all of nature can be explained on its own terms without invoking a supernatural creator. Some argue, as does Lawrence Krauss in his recent book A Universe from Nothing, that modern science has now made it plausible … Continue reading

  • Secular scientists support what the Bible says about creation

    by Dennis Marcellino Did a God cause this Universe to come into being? And was that done in six literal 24-hour days as the Bible says? In spite of the mocking in the culture by comedians and political TV shows, … Continue reading

  • Whispers from Creation

    Apart from the terrible weather hanging around from an unusually cold winter, the second week of March started like any other week. But then rumors started floating around in the cosmology community about an imminent announcement out of the Harvard-Smithsonian … Continue reading

  • ‘Biggest astrophysics discovery of the century’ might be wrong

    In March 2014 a team of astrophysicists announced to the world, through a public press release, that they had made the biggest discovery of the 21st century. Using the BICEP2, a telescope located at the South Pole, they claimed that … Continue reading

  • Documentary to expose holes in evolution theories

    A non-profit creationist organization, Creation Ministries International (CMI), plans to release a book and documentary film to expose the weaknesses in the theory of evolution. “Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels” plans to demolish “the very pillars of a foundational belief system that … Continue reading

  • Old Universe with a Short Human History?

    After the NCHE Conference in North Carolina last week, I received the following email from an attendee: Dear Diego, Really enjoyed the conference! Hope you liked being in North Carolina. I have a couple of thoughts and questions about some … Continue reading

  • Photon collider: Turn pure light into matter?

    A trio of theoretical physicists reckon scientists will be able to make matter out of pure light within the next year using today’s technology. The idea of making matter out of light sounds far-fetched, but it’s an important prediction from … Continue reading

  • Formation Flight Physics Mastered By Birds

    By: David Coppedge Birds fly in that beautiful V formation for a reason, and it requires sophisticated abilities in high precision aerodynamics. Scientists have finally confirmed that the V-formation used by geese and other large migratory birds provides an energy … Continue reading

  • Dark Matter Search Tinkers with Mythology

    By: David Coppedge They can’t find it, but it must be there.  How long can that approach be sustained? “Dark-matter search considers exotic possibilities,” Nature told its readers this week. How exotic?  Exotic enough to be completely undetectable forever.  Would that be … Continue reading

  • Understanding the Variable Speed of Light Theory

    A Basic Summary by Helen Setterfield (with constant help from Barry) What you are in for here: The results of Barry’s research so far deal with two main categories: the five anomalies and plasma physics. An anomaly is data (or facts) … Continue reading

  • Nuclear physicist embraces biblical creation

    Nuclear scientist Dr Brandon van der Ventel shares his creationist faith with Dr Jonathan Sarfati Dr Brandon van der Ventel obtained his B.Sc. in 1992 and his Ph.D. in 1999, both from Stellenbosch University in South Africa. For 12 years, he has been … Continue reading

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