The seems to be something very unnatural about an advanced civilization arising from the dust of a barren planet.
On a trip to Northeast campuses, I had the privilege of speaking to students about the evidence for design in nature.
New 3D computer climate modeling casts doubt on the hubbub of one month ago.
Distinguishing nature from artifact is the main point for intelligent design research.
Insightfully, our friend Eric Metaxas notes a loneliness for companionship from beyond the stars.
While conceding there’s a great deal to admire in the courage he shows in bearing up under his physical trials, let’s also be honest.
Particle physicist James Beacham of CERN delivers, here, an inspiring TEDx talk.
Note the headlines, which you could probably write yourself based on previous experience with these types of articles.
Last month, the National Geographic Channel completed its heavily promoted six-part miniseries.
The Principle of Plenitude, an idea with a long history, holds that everything that can exist will exist.