In First Detection of Gravitational Waves, Timing Was Everything
Let’s look at how timing across multiple orders of magnitude brought together cosmic and human events.
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.
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.
Human Brain Shape Has Hardly Changed
The changes in human heads were not driven by a changing brain, researchers say. It was the human face that changed.