Tag : magnetic field

Creationists Make Scientific Predictions

Why should you believe in creation, and not evolution? I mean, scientifically speaking. Haven’t we proven that evolution is a fact? Many people claim that creationists can’t be real scientists because we don’t make testable predictions. Well, that’s simply not…

March 17, 2017

Assumptions and the Age of the Earth – Dr. Michael Houts

Assumptions and the Age of the Earth by Michael G. Houts, Ph.D. [EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article was written by A.P. staff scientist Dr. Houts who holds a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from MIT and serves as the Nuclear Research…

August 25, 2015

Spider Webs Attract Scientists’ Attention

by Brian Thomas, M.S. No, it’s not science fiction—it’s real. Spider webs use electricity to snare prey, and researchers recently discovered an added environmental benefit from these arachnids’ masterful constructions. Electrical properties within the glue-like coating on a spider web…

August 2, 2015

When Compasses Strangely Prove the Earth is Young

A compass is a common item brought along in a camping trip and when traveling through a forest or wilderness, as you probably know. I actually have one attached to my Cross-shaped carabiner key chain. On the compass, the arrow…

January 23, 2015

Carbon-14, Archaeology, Dinosaurs, and Why You Should Care

By Cheri Fields Some time ago, I wrote about a temple complex near the mountains of Ararat, which everyone agrees is really old. In fact, archaeologists date it to 8,000 BC (or earlier) even though the style is quite ‘advanced.’…

September 12, 2014

Earth’s Geo-Magnetic Field

By David Rives Our planet is thought to contain a liquid iron core. But why is this significant? Earth’s Geo-Magnetic fields are believed to be produced by a liquid iron planetary core. The Geo-Magnetic field that surrounds the Earth enables…

May 15, 2014