Tag: general relativity
A Crisis in Cosmology?
It’s too bad biologists are not as open about crises in their theories. It’s the sign of a healthy science.
Aquinas’ First Way and a Stack of Books
Nature is like a stack of books, sessile, until moved.
How Black Holes Figure in the Argument for Cosmic Intelligent Design
This month the world thrilled at the first ever image of a black hole, this one in the galaxy M87.
First Ever Black Hole Image Points to Cosmology’s Big Message
Discovery Institute astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez identifies two important points about the Event Horizon Telescope’s (EHT) exciting achievement.
Confirming the Big Bang: The Recent Decades
The Big Bang theory also gives us an age for the universe. The latest estimate, based on several cosmological observations, is 13.80 +/- 0.02 billion years.