The Population Bomb

Type “population explosion” into google. It returns over 27,000,000 hits and almost every one refers to future human population. The current world population is over 7 billion people. It was 1 billion just after 1800. But as we look back the census data becomes less certain. It is difficult to find an agreement about the …

The Age of the Earth: The Burden of Proof

Like everyone, I fail to completely live up to my principles. One of my principles which I have done much better at keeping is to not discuss evolution. Believers in evolution have chosen to believe and nothing I can do will change that belief. However, I constantly display the evidence for a young earth. Without …

A Pocket Guide To The Global Flood — A Book Review by Michael J. Findley

http://www.answersingenesis.org/store/product/global-flood-pocket-guide/?sku=90-3-019 There is a larger book with a similar title, The Global Flood, by Dr. John D. Morris on the same theme, providing essential information on the flood. While both books cover the same information from the same point of view, the larger book is more detailed and more technical. The book A Pocket Guide …

AntiScience

"So what evidence would you accept to prove that the Earth is millions of years old?" an atheist asked me on Christmas day. It is not possible to have a reasoned, intelligent discussion with someone whose opinions (beliefs) are not based on evidence and facts. The question changes facts and evidence into a matter of …

Science, Falsely So Called

"Academic politics is the most vicious and bitter form of politics because the stakes are so low." "Sayre's Law" -- this version found in the December 20, 1973 Wall Street Journal. "The stakes are so low" seems off, but all of us who ever taught at the college level are intimately acquainted with the bitterness …

Principles of Science Teaching

There are only two ways to teach Science: to teach it as a unified subject or divide it into categories. Unified sounds good but can be overwhelming to students. Subatomic particles like electrons don't divide themselves into disciplines according to how they behave. In Physics we study electrons in different ways from observing how they …