What the Big Bang Theory Tells Us About Creation
The universe did not begin with a cosmic snow globe, or an accident at the CERN accelerator. It had to begin with Georges Lemaître’s “Cosmic Egg.”
To Avoid a Cosmic Beginning, Physicist Paul Steinhardt Goes to Extraordinary Lengths
Steinhardt is one of the most interesting and influential figures in cosmology. He was one of the original architects of inflationary cosmology.
More on Self-Replicating Machines
We know how to build a simple Ford Model T car. Now let’s build a factory inside this car, so that it can produce Model T cars automatically.
New Analysis Casts Doubt on Claims for Life on Venus
The newer study agrees that the composition of Venus’s atmosphere is unusual but not that it is evidence for life.
Astronomer: We Can’t Just Assume Countless Earths Out There
The Copernican Principle has been misused to imply that Earth is somehow insignificant. That is a philosophical attitude, unrelated to the science.