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Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. -  Introduction Some of the most fascinating details of creation occur on the scale of the very small and the very large. Examples extend widely from the world of tiny living microbes to the vast regions of space. Everyday analogies and...

/article/chicxulub-demise-dinosaurs
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - Introduction There have been nearly one hundred different dinosaur extinction theories offered in recent decades. These range from poisonous plants to mass suicide by dinosaur herds. One particular extinction theory has gained wide acceptance since...

/article/search-for-new-planets
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - The nine solar system planets, from Mercury to Pluto, have been much-studied targets of the space age. In general, a planet is any massive object which orbits a star, in our case, the Sun. Some have questioned the status of Pluto, mainly because of...

/article/creation-quantum-mechanics
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - Background December 14, 1900, is called the birthday of quantum mechanics. On this date German physicist Max Planck first presented his new quantum concepts. At this time it was generally thought that the classical physics of Isaac Newton fully...

/article/stars-new-planets
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - INTRODUCTION Dramatic space pictures from the Hubble Telescope and other new instruments have become frequent news events. Everyone is awed by these colorful images of distant planets, stars, and galaxies. For the creationist, important...

Gravity - Oct 1, 1994
/article/gravity
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - Introduction Gravity holds us firmly on the ground and also keeps the earth circling the sun. It draws rain from the sky and causes the tides. This mysterious gravity force continues to puzzle scientists even as it gives stability to the universe....

/article/plasma-universe
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - Introduction Recent reports of "wrinkles" in space have been promoted as a major victory for the Big Bang. This may or may not help explain the large-scale structure of the universe. Meanwhile, other fundamental problems remain, such...

/article/thinking-about-brain
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - Introduction Whether considering a star or a starfish, design remains one of the strongest evidences in support of Creation. Opponents never have known how to deal with the compelling design and plan observed in all parts of nature.1 Meanwhile,...

/article/frontiers-physics
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - INTRODUCTION These are exciting days in the field of physics. Superconductors are in the news with the promise of new energy-efficient technology. The Southern hemisphere supernova has given...

/article/design-nature-anthropic-principle
Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D. - INTRODUCTION William Paley (1743-1805) was a British philosopher and clergyman. In the book, Natural Theology, he offered a powerful argument for the truth of the Creator and His work. Paley supposed that in crossing a field, two different objects...

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