By Ken Ham When you think of idyllic places to live, the dusty surface of Mars probably doesn’t come to mind. Over the years, some scientists have discussed the possibility of colonizing this planet. The Red Planet, while beautiful in its own way, certainly doesn’t have a welcome mat out, inviting life to come and thrive. Well, according to a new study, the surface of Mars is even more uninhabitable than previously thought. Perchlorates, salt minerals found on the surface of Mars, kill bacterial life within minutes. These compounds are stable at room temperature and were thought to become active [More]
The Hubble Space Telescope recently discovered a distant “dead” galaxy, but it produces a puzzle for nature-only origins ideas. More… …read more Source: icr.org     
By Ken Ham Well, it seems scientists have done it. They’ve discovered an ingredient needed for the evolution of life around distant stars! Now all they need is a planet just the right distance from just the right star with just the right environment (and of course all the rest of the ingredients for life, including an information and language system)—and then they’ll have life! Of course, I write this tongue in cheek. Scientists are no closer to discovering a naturalistic mechanism for the origin of life (here on earth or elsewhere in the cosmos) than they were before this [More]
Fresh images of this dwarf planet’s geology are exciting and point to its young age. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
The February 2017 issue of Scientific American contains an article by three prominent theoretical physicists from Princeton and Harvard who strongly question the validity of cosmic inflation, an important part of the modern Big Bang theory. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
By Dr. Danny R. Faulkner On April 19, 2017, a team of researchers announced the discovery of the latest “earthlike” planet, LHS 1140 b. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Christian astrophysicist Dr. Luke Barnes (University of Sydney) speaks to the Apologetics Academy about the evidence for God from the fine-tuning of the initial parameters and constants of our Universe.
Three of the seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, are said by NASA to be in the habitable zone; however, research shows that neither life nor even water have been found there. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
A mathematical solution challenges the need for scientists to invoke dark matter to solve problems in astrophysics and cosmology. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
Prof. Cox’s alternatives for the end of the universe are maximum disorder or maximum blowup. The future according to the Bible involves re-creation of the Earth, and universal Judgment by God. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
We reveal the scientific problems with Cox’s claims regarding the big bang, the CMB, the horizon problem, the flatness problem, faster-than-light inflation, an eternal universe, and a multiverse. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Dr. Danny R. Faulkner What is Nibiru? Is it real? Is it something that we ought to be worried about? …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
By Dr. Danny R. Faulkner We ought not to dismiss the observational science for dark matter over fears of the misuse of dark matter in historical science. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
By Dr. Danny R. Faulkner The moon’s origin theory of the 70s remained the standard for over three decades, but there were problems with the moon’s composition it didn’t explain. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
When light from these distant objects unexpectedly brightens, it better fits a creation scenario. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
Big bang cosmogony requires many fudge factors to stay afloat, including dark matter, dark energy, and faster-than-light inflation. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Dr. Timothy L. Clarey The evidence for a large impact at Chicxulub may not be as strong as generally believed. A case can also be made that there was no impact. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
We went to the moon—isn’t Mars next? ICR Astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle gives his perspective on the difficulties in traveling to and colonizing Mars. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
The discovery of seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, with three in the habitable zone, has given rise to claims of habitability. However, neither life nor even water have been found there. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
By Dr. Danny R. Faulkner Three of the planets found orbiting TRAPPIST-1 were within its habitable zone, the area around a star where liquid water might exist on a planet’s surface. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Secular scientists are excited about the recent detection of seven Earth-size planets in the constellation Aquarius, a nearby solar system. According to the report, three of the planets orbit a parent star, called TRAPPIST-1, at a distance that would allow water to exist on their surface. Is their excitement merited? More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
Do black holes really exist? If so, what are they? ICR astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle sheds light on these mysterious celestial objects. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
Astronomer Stephen Kane hunts for signs of life in outer space. His team researched a distant star called Wolf 1061. Exoplanets (planets outside our solar system) orbit Wolf 1061, and one of them held the promise of liquid water, a prerequisite for life. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
Scientists are searching for answers to questions which in theory they shouldn’t even have to ask, especially in regards to gravity. …read more Read more here: creation.com     
Did the universe start with the Big Bang? Many Christians believe God used the Big Bang to create all that we see today. But ICR Astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle has a different perspective. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
What “star” did the wise men see? Some say it was a planetary conjunction, and others tell us it was a supernatural manifestation. ICR astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle gives his perspective. More… …read more Read more here: icr.org     
By invoking a hypothetical to test the hypothetical big bang, two cosmologists develop a model out of nothing. …read more Read more here: creation.com