Category : Solar System

Genius, Harvard and Darwin Doubters

Chris Langan says his IQ is “somewhere between 190 and 210,” so he’s a genius. He made a perfect score on the SAT exam. Chris competed on the game show “One Versus One Hundred” hosted by Bob Saget and won…

May 22, 2017

Our Amazing Moon III: Unique and Critical Orbit – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Overview In this third article on Our Amazing Moon we will examine the uniqueness of our moon’s orbit about the earth. Every moon in our solar system either orbits its planet in the planet’s orbital plane, or in an oddly…

May 21, 2017

For God So Loved a Pale Blue Dot

Have you ever seen a picture so powerful that it remains forever etched in your mind? The Kiss. Afghan Girl. Migrant Mother. All these are iconic images that, for me, are unforgettable. But there’s one picture that tops them all. It’s called Pale Blue…

May 1, 2017

Our Amazing Moon II: Size and Location – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Overview In this second article on Our Amazing Moon we will examine the unique properties of our moon’s size as it relates to the size of the earth; and, we will examine the position of the moon in its orbit…

March 17, 2017

Lunar Recession – Why You Should Believe In Creation …And Not Evolution

Why should you believe in creation, and not evolution? I mean, scientifically speaking. Haven’t we proven that evolution is a fact? The next time you stand outside at night and look up at the Moon, think about this: that moon…

March 6, 2017

Venus, Catastrophism and forams

There is a resurgence of catastrophism in the geologic community. Should we not at least explore the option that most of the rock structures were produced by one great cataclysm? Venus, Mars and Earth are all victims of catastrophe. In…

February 20, 2017

Our Amazing Moon I: Amazing ‘Coincidences’ – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Series Overview In Genesis 1:14-19 the account of the Third Creation Day is recorded. On this day the Sun, Moon, and stars were formed. We are told in verse 16 that they have been given to us “for signs, and…

February 16, 2017

The overwhelming vastness of space

Sometimes I wonder why God created such an enormous universe for us to live in. Couldn’t he have just created the earth and it would have been sufficient? Instead, he placed us in a universe that is something like 100…

February 1, 2017

Lessons from Pluto

On January 19, 2006 the “fasted spacecraft ever launched”[1] – the New Horizons space probe –  lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida on a mission to Pluto.  In February of 2007  it collected data from Jupiter as it flew by…

January 28, 2017

Uranus – The Icy Giant | David Rives

In 1781, Sir William Herschel made a discovery that would change the astronomy of his day. For nearly a century, since Cassini’s discovery of 4 new moons around Saturn, no celestial bodies had been added to the solar system. Herschel’s…

January 12, 2017