Category : Physics

Stepping Mile-High

“ . . . Eight, nine, ten” our group chanted as we climbed the grand stone steps, voices ringing loud and clear in the early evening air.   “ . . . Eleven, twelve, thirteen!” We stood all together and posed…

November 11, 2016

Grand Canyon

Math, Assumptions, Dating Methods, and the Grand Canyon – Katherine Loop

On a recent trip to the Grand Canyon, I was reminded of how misunderstood dating methods have become. We hear dates quoted as fact so often that they’re held up as mathematical fact. Few understand that the answer to a…

November 7, 2016

Radiometric dating: Science or Guesswork?

Is radiometric dating accurate? It’s science and many believe “science” to be synonymous with “always true” and therefore don’t question the data given, even when it contradicts the Bible – which also claims to be always true in  information that…

November 3, 2016

What is NOTHING? Part 3 of 3: Time – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Series Overview The complete title of this article series is: ‘What is NOTHING? – Texture, Temperature, & Time’. In this series we examine each of these three principles as they relate to the concept of absolute nothingness in three (3)…

November 3, 2016

Fractal Branching

Fractal Geometry and Trees – Katherine Loop

Photo credit: Ignacio Sanz via Visual hunt / CC BY-SA Look closely at the picture of a tree’s branches. Notice how a pattern continues to repeat itself. The large branches break off into smaller ones that divide into smaller ones…

September 29, 2016

The complex science that explains consciousness: Faith

Consciousness poses a serious, and in fact insurmountable problem for materialist scientists – which includes of course materialist evolutionists.[1] Brain researcher Robert Lawrence Kuhn captures the problem succinctly: “Try as I have for decades, I cannot remotely imagine how physical…

September 28, 2016

What is NOTHING? Part 2 of 3: Temperature – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Series Overview The complete title of this article series is: ‘What is NOTHING? – Texture, Temperature, & Time’. In this series we examine each of these three principles as they relate to the concept of absolute nothingness in three (3)…

September 27, 2016

eagle

Math, Surface Area, and Birds – Katherine Loop

Have you ever stopped and watched an eagle soar overhead? Or how about a tiny hummingbird, whose wings are beating so fast it’s almost dizzying? Each of these birds is designed so perfectly for what it does—and math can give…

September 7, 2016

Definitive (Observable) Evidence Regarding The Flat Earth | David Rives

Those who have followed my work over the years know that I use VERY large telescopes to observe (and take photos of) space. Astronomy was the passion that fueled my journey to where I am today. Well, recently several people…

September 1, 2016

Math, Lightning, and Thunder – Katherine Loop

Summer thunderstorms can be intense. The rain, coupled with lightning and thunder, is an awesome reminder of God’s might and power. The Bible reminds us that it’s God who makes the lightning and brings forth the wind. “When he utters…

July 25, 2016