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/article/how-do-i-prepare-for-creation-ministry
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Many of today’s creation researchers can testify that information from the Institute for Creation Research sparked a burning, lifelong passion for creation ministry. Based on messages we receive, the same is true for many of the young...

/article/hot-neptune-atmosphere-shouldnt-exist
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - An exoplanet 260 light-years away is being described as the first of its kind ever detected.1,2 This exoplanet, catalogued as LTT 9779b, is called an “ultra-hot Neptune” because of its large size and nearness to its host star. This...

/article/milankovitch-ice-age-theory-in-the-news
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - A letter to the editor in Nature Geoscience notes that this year marks the 100-year anniversary of Milutin Milankovitch’s (Milanković’s) book explaining how slow changes in Earth’s orbital and astronomical motions could affect its...

/article/was-this-cave-bear-really-prehistoric
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - The preserved carcass of a “prehistoric” cave bear has been discovered in melting permafrost on an Arctic Russian Island.1,2 Reindeer herders discovered the remains of the adult cave bear on Bolshoy (or Great) Lyakhovsky Island, part of...

/article/icr-paleoclimate-research-continues
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Because the Genesis Flood caused the Ice Age,1 studies of Earth's past climate, or paleoclimatology, have long been a focus of the Institute for Creation Research’s research programs. One of my tasks is to build upon the Ice Age work of...

/article/comets-signs-of-youth
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - A comet in the night sky is an awe-inspiring sight (Figure 1). People throughout history have sometimes seen comets as portents of doom. However, God warned the people of Israel not to fear such signs in the heavens: Thus says the LORD:...

/article/picture-perfect-a-youthful-saturn
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - This summer, the Hubble Space Telescope took a brilliant new photograph of Saturn and its rings.1 Saturn’s moons Mimas and Enceladus can also be seen in the photo. For a number of years now, the Hubble Space Telescope has been taking yearly...

/article/venus-may-be-geologically-active
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Using computer simulations, a team of researchers has concluded the planet Venus could still be geologically active.1,2 The scientists used computers to simulate the formation of coronae—ring-shaped, volcanic structures on the planet’s...

/article/perseid-meteor-shower-peaks-next-week
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Both amateur and professional stargazers have an opportunity to see a little more of God’s glory revealed in the heavens1 next week. The Perseid meteor shower is probably the best of all the annual meteor showers, and it is scheduled to put on...

/article/is-creation-evidence-ambiguous
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Is evidence for creation ambiguous? Could an honest seeker of truth reasonably conclude there is no God? Is the evolutionary old-earth story a reasonable inference from the scientific data? The Institute for Creation Research would forcefully...

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