The Cosmological Paradigm By John Prytz Although modern cosmological ideas aren’t quite set in stone, an overall paradigm has emerged. IMHO it is rather seriously flawed which is perhaps why there isn’t quite the consensus in modern cosmology as say in some other areas of scientific inquiry, such as Darwinian evolution or the standard model of particle physics….
Scientists say that our planet, our universe, is millions of years old – even billions of years old. Conservative Bible believers, like myself, have contested that estimate. In this piece, I take a bit of scientific information (that is, it can be tested and verified to be true or false) and apply it to the consideration of the subject of age of nature.Read More
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How old is an up-quark? If particles can be created out of nothing, then an up-quark, an example of a fundamental particle, has a finite age. However, if matter cannot be created out of nothing, as the First Law of Thermodynamics states, then matter like the up-quark (and also energy), has always existed and thus even if our Universe had a beginning, it was in the context of a beginning from pre-existing stuff.Read More