Bats Flying

Bats Born Knowing Speed of Sound

Bats born knowing speed of sound, according to reports in ScienceDaily 5 May 2021 and ScienceAlert 6 May 2021, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 5 May 2021 doi: 10.1073/pnas.2024352118.  Echolocating bats work out how far away an object or landing place is by using the time taken for sounds to bounce off […]

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Universe Gets Younger

Universe gets younger, according to reports in PhysOrg 12 September 2019, Science Alert 13 September 2019 and Science 13 September 2019 doi: 10.1126/science.aat7371. The Big Bang theory claims the universe started as an incredibly tiny “singularity” that rapidly expanded, and has been expanding ever since. The rate of expansion is known as the Hubble constant. […]

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Space Problem

Astronomical Measuring Problem

Astronomical measuring problem reported in Wired Science 20 November 2018, in an article entitled “Cosmology Is in Crisis Over How to Measure the Universe”. The problem is trying to match a map of radiation believed to represent the early universe, (quirkily described as the universe’s “baby picture”), with what we see in the universe today. […]

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How Opalescent Algae Glow

How opalescent algae glow, as reported in Science (AAAS) News 13 April 2018 ScienceDaily 17 April 2018 and Live Science 20 April 2018 and Science Advances 11 April 2018 doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aan8917. Scientists at University of Bristol have studied the microscopic structure of a seaweed named Cystoseira tamariscifolia, which grows and glows in the tidal regions […]

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Dark Nebula

Un-Dark Galaxy Baffles Scientists

Un-dark galaxy baffles scientists, according to reports in ScienceDaily and BBC News 28 March 2018, and ABC News and National Geographic 29 March 2018, and Nature, doi: 10.1038/nature25676, 29 March 2018. Astronomers have been studying an unusually faint and diffuse galaxy named NGC1052-DF2. It is similar in size to the Milky Way galaxy but has […]

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Wheat Crop

Rain Spreads Crop Diseases

Rain spreads crop diseases, according to an article in ScienceDaily 20 November 2017. Previous research has shown that raindrops can spread microscopic pathogens, i.e. disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi. A team of researchers at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics at Virginia Tech have now studied how the spread actually happens, using laser […]

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Something Magic About Three

Something “magic” about three, claims physicist, according to reports in Science Daily, and Nature, vol. 440, p289 and 315, 15 Mar 2006. A team of scientists led by Cheng Chin of University of Chicago have converted three ultra-cold caesium atoms into a new state of matter that was originally theorised to exist by a Russian […]

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Rainbow Physics Revealed

Rainbow physics revealed, according to a report in e! Science News, 7 December 2011 and ScienceShots 12 December 2011. The colours of the rainbow are the result of light being both refracted and reflected within drops of water. This has been known for hundreds of years, ever since Isaac Newton and Rene Descartes carried out […]

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Radioactive Dates in NZ

Radioactive dates in the Chinese mandarin language was a New Zealand first. We needed ‘Dennis’ to translate Creation Research evidence into Mandarin for the bulk of the people who joined us on the Field Trip to the volcanic islands of Rangitoto and Mototapu. Rangi and Moto provide a unique insight into the fallacies of radioactive […]

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Quote: Tryon on Creation Ex Nihilo

‘In 1973, I proposed that our Universe had been created spontaneously from nothing (ex nihilo), as a result of established principles of physics. The novelty of a scientific theory of creation ex nihilo is readily apparent, for science has long taught us that one cannot make something from nothing.’ E.P. Tryon (Professor of Physics, City […]

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