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/article/physics-today-ignores-monster-milankovitch-problem
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - An overview of the Milankovitch (or astronomical) ice age theory appears in the May 2020 issue of Physics Today.1 This theory (hypothesis, really) holds that Earth’s rotational and orbital motions influence Earth’s climate over long...

/article/astronomy-magazine-big-bang-in-crisis
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - The May 2020 issue of Astronomy magazine asks what might have once been seen as an unthinkable question: Is the Big Bang in Crisis?1 The article cites four major problems with the model: 1) that the Big Bang implies that 95% of the universe’s...

/article/ancient-rivers-on-mars
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Geologists have used high-resolution images obtained by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to infer the existence of past rivers on the Martian surface. Geologist Francesco Salese of Ultrecht University in the Netherlands led the team that analyzed the...

/article/will-comet-swan-put-on-a-celestial-show
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - For families seeking worthwhile home-based science activities, Comet SWAN presents another opportunity to do some backyard astronomy and to celebrate God’s celestial handiwork.1,2 For those living under very dark Southern Hemisphere skies, far...

/article/last-supermoon-of-2020-this-week
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - The third and last supermoon of 2020 occurs this week on May 6 and 7.1 For families isolated due to the coronavirus, this is a nice opportunity to do some backyard astronomy and to appreciate God’s celestial handiwork.2 A supermoon is a...

/article/shutdown-chance-to-test-climate-change-assumption
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Some are pointing out that the coronavirus shutdown presents an opportunity to test a major climate change assumption.1-3 Because global industrial activity has been curtailed due to the pandemic, pollution in certain urban areas has decreased...

/article/early-spiral-galaxy-surprise
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - The naked eye allows us to see just a little of God’s heavenly handiwork, but even this little bit clearly declares God’s glory.1 As more powerful telescopes peer deeper into space, more and more reasons to question the secular origins...

/article/delighting-in-god-handiwork-in-classroom
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Evolutionists often see themselves as champions of learning and education—proponents of “enlightenment” fighting the forces of ignorance and superstition, largely represented in their minds by conservative Christianity....

/article/hubble-telescope-30th-anniversary
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Today (April 25th) marks the 30th anniversary of the deployment of the Hubble Space Telescope by the crew of the space shuttle Discovery.1,2 The Hubble has greatly enhanced our view of God’s creation, serving to remind us that, “The...

/article/lyrid-meteor-shower-peaks-this-week
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - The heavens are expected to declare even more of God’s glory1 this week. Probably early Wednesday morning, the Lyrid meteor shower will peak.2 For those who are socially isolated due to the coronavirus pandemic, this event is an opportunity to...

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