Intelligent Design and Cosmic Fine-Tuning
In combination, the factors mentioned here and in my last two posts constrain the “cosmic habitable age” to narrower dimensions.
Michael Keas: Faith, Science, and the Phases of Venus
Dr. Keas explains, among things, the role that Venus with its phases, like those of our Moon, played in advancing astronomy into the modern age.
Michael Behe: It’s Not a Scientist’s Job to Be Led by Aesthetics
While the sun, moon, and stars move according to natural laws, it doesn’t follow that the complex forms we find in biology arose purely through natural laws.
The Man on the Moon and Martian Canals
French writer Bernard de Fontenelle expressed the belief that there really was a man on the moon — and a whole civilisation to boot, if you please.
Human Genetic Variation — A Tale that Keeps on Telling
If the pockmarks on the moon showed this kind of specific array surrounding each crater, we would think someone was using the moon for target practice.