Intelligent Design

Physicists measure antimatter but still can’t fill Big Bang theory holes

Science | Scientists hope new discovery will help explain mysteries surrounding the beginning of the universe
by Julie Borg
Posted 1/12/17, 01:06 pm

European scientists have figured out a way to measure the energy level of antimatter, a discovery they hope will help solve some of the mysteries surrounding the beginning of the universe.

Until now, it has been incredibly difficult to create antimatter and retain it for any extended period of time because antimatter and matter annihilate each other when they come into contact.

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Atheists, agnostics credit Darwin for their disbelief

Evolution | New Discovery Institute survey analyzes evolutionary theory’s effect on faith in God
by Julie Borg
Posted 12/05/16, 02:26 pm

Since Charles Darwin first published his theory of evolution in 1859, his ideas have gained widespread acceptance, particularly in academia and secular science. But has this acceptance seeped down to the general public and subtly lured people away from faith in God?

According to a new Discovery Institute survey, it has.

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Illustration by Krieg Barrie

Communication breakdown

Evolution | Darwinism hasn’t been able to explain the mystery of human language
by Janie B. Cheaney
Posted 11/09/16, 02:00 pm

It all started the night Tom Wolfe was up late, bathing his eyeballs in the glow of a multimillion-pixel screen—web surfing, in other words—when he happened upon a long article in Frontiers of Psychology, dated May 7, 2014. As he read, he felt his mind boggling. “The Mystery of Language Evolution,” an essay signed by eight scientists, all prominent linguists, anthropologists, biologists, and computer scientists, was an announcement of failure!

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