Sometimes I wonder whether astronomers, physicists, and astrobiologists are serious. Astrobiology is a bit of a joke to begin with, considering there is literally nothing for them to study as no life has been found in space that astronauts did not put there, accidentally or otherwise. As if this was not bad enough, all three … Continue reading The Great Galactic Zoo?
Every so often, evolutionists release yet another study in their peer-reviewed echo chambers which they tout as indisputable proof of some portion of their dogma. Usually, the proof is spotty, subject to interpretation, and sometimes is completely meaningless or irrelevant. A recent study from the journal Current Biology provides yet another example of just how far … Continue reading Whale of a Tail
Editors Note: This topic is not suitable for young children and probably not for teenagers either. Parental discretion is advised before proceeding further. It feels like I've been writing that Editors Note a lot recently. It's only been two or three times, but every single instance is a time too many. The fact that our … Continue reading The Bottom Falls Out
Editors Note: This is very much outside our usual style, but Emory felt he should share his testimony here in the hopes it is a help to people and encourages them. This is likely to be a bit…emotional, for me to write out. There are a lot more negatives than positives in certain areas. I’ve … Continue reading A Personal Testimony