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What Can Science Really Tell Us?

The following is the audio of an interview I did with Tony Gosling from the UK. He broadcasts a Radio show and his blog is found here NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling. Two issues to be addressed were: Click on this link: https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ab1uR6yrs2JZ/ Available on my Bitchute channel and on my Rumble […]

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Ultramassive galaxy in ‘early universe’ defies naturalistic origins

February 2020 Sci News reported on this galaxy XMM-2599 discovered about 12 billion light-years away. Astronomers using the Multi-Object Spectrograph for Infrared Exploration (MOSFIRE) at the W. M. Keck Observatory have discovered an ultramassive galaxy 12 billion light-years away from Earth. The unusual galaxy, named XMM-2599, formed stars at a very high rate and then died; why […]

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Where I now stand

Someone asked me about my current relationship with Creation Ministries International (CMI) because he no longer saw any new articles written by me appearing on their platform (creation.com). I explained that I no longer contribute articles or work with them. This situation came about through the organisation’s stance on fetal cells used in vaccines. For […]

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Dark matter in trouble again

Everyone loves a controversy. There is a new one brewing, and some astrophysicists are very unhappy because their pet paradigm is in trouble again. Dark matter, the stuff that allegedly comprises up to 85% of the matter content of galaxies in the universe, has just hit another road block: “…three physicists claim their observations of […]

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Did dark energy cause the big bang?

Currently the standard model incorporates the hypothetical stuff called ‘dark energy’. That is some sort of anti-gravity type energy that is alleged to have caused the expansion of the universe to start to accelerate back about 5 billion years ago. But ‘dark energy’ is otherwise unknown to modern physics. Really it is a fudge factor […]

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Dark matter still a mystery

For those of you who have been following my posts here and/or on creation.com may remember that I have been very critical of the alleged stuff that astronomers call dark matter. Its alleged existence is an admission that we don’t know something about our universe. I have predicted that they will not find it, at […]

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A star hides inside a star

Just when you thought story-telling in astronomy and cosmology had reached its peak we read an even more bizarre story.1,2 It is nothing more than extreme special pleading that the big-bang-believing astronomers must engage in to maintain their story. Big bang cosmologist believe that the first stars in the universe were what they call Population […]

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Questions on the conventionality thesis and the one-way speed of light

The conventionality thesis and the asynchronous convention for the one-way speed of light (ASC) has been presented as a biblical creationist explanation for how light from the most distant sources in the cosmos reached Earth within the 6,000 years since the Creation, as determined from a straightforward reading of the Genesis account. There is no […]

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My current thinking on distant starlight

I suppose it had to come to this. Since 2003 I have considered many different potential solutions to the biblical-creationist distant-starlight problem. I presented a lecture in 2015 based on a 2003 summary of my five categories of where a solution might be found. In that list of categories I suspected that only timing convention […]

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The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) has resolved the event horizon of a supermassive black hole

On April 10th the globally coordinated announcement was made of the first ever image of the event horizon of the supermassive black hole at the centre of the distant galaxy Messier 87 (M87). The galaxy is at a distance of 55 million light-years and the supermassive black hole was confirmed to have a mass of […]

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