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.
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.
Astrobiology Points to the “Miracle of Man”
Scientists are making observations that add to Denton’s case, further constraining the requirements for habitability.
Earth’s Atmosphere Demonstrates Stunning Biocentric Fine-Tuning
For photosynthesis to proceed on a planet like Earth, sunlight (visual light) must penetrate the atmosphere all the way to the ground.
Why Researchers Focus on Possible Life on Venus
Chemicals that we shouldn’t find unless they are produced by life forms are sparking interest in exploring Venus from both public and private sources.