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Demand the evidence! As our research projects yield results, we will publish in-depth details in the technical literature, and summaries for the layperson in Acts & Facts, ICR’s monthly magazine. Stay tuned to learn the main findings of our studies into the science of origins.
Milankovitch Meltdown: Toppling an Iconic Old-Earth Argument, Part 2
The Milankovitch, or astronomical, theory is the dominant secular explanation for the dozens of ice ages said to have occurred within the last few million years. According to this theory, subtle changes in the seasonal and latitudinal distribution of sunlight trigger ice ages. These sunlight changes are thought to be caused by slow, gradual changes in Earth’s orbital and rotational motions. Although the Milankovitch theory has many problems, it is today widely accepted largely because of an iconic paper titled “Variations in the Earth’s Orbit: Pacemaker of the Ice Ages.” This article—the second in a series of three—presents further evidence that the Pacemaker paper is invalid.More...
Previous Acts & Facts Impact Articles
- Milankovitch Meltdown: Toppling an Iconic Old-Earth Argument, Part 1
- Subatomic Particles, Part 4: Gauge Bosons, the Glue That Holds the Universe Together
- Subatomic Particles, Part 3: Mesons
- Subatomic Particles, Part 2: Baryons, the Substance of the Cosmos
- Subatomic Particles, Part 1: Leptons
- The Evidence Rats Out Bat Evolution
- Embracing Catastrophic Plate Tectonics
- A Realistic Look at Global Warming
- Deep Core Dating and Circular Reasoning
- Earth's Young Magnetic Field
- Time Travel
For a full listing of Acts & Facts Impact articles, click here.
- ATP synthase: majestic molecular machine made by a mastermind
- Cell systems—what's really under the hood continues to drop jaws
- Oblivious to the obvious: dragons lived with American Indians
- The god of evolution
- Conservation ethics based on evolution?
- How Genomes are Sequenced and Why it Matters: Implications for Studies in Comparative Genomics of Humans and Chimpanzees
- Response to Comments on “How Genomes are Sequenced and Why it Matters: Implications for Studies in Comparative Genomics of Humans and Chimpanzees”
- A Well-Watered Land: Numerical Simulations of a Hypercyclone in the Middle East
- Numerical Simulation of Precipitation in Yosemite National Park with a Warm Ocean: A Pineapple Express Case Study
- Numerical Simulation of Precipitation in Yosemite National Park with a Warm Ocean: Deep Upper Low and Rex Blocking Pattern Case Studies
- Numerical Simulation of Precipitation in Yellowstone National Park with a Warm Ocean: Continuous Zonal Flow, Gulf of Alaska Low, and Plunging Western Low Case Studies
Technical Journal Articles
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