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a branch of astronomy and the scientific study of the origin and development of the universe.

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Is abiogenesis virtually impossible?

Dr Eugene Koonin published a paper in 2007, The cosmological model of eternal inflation and the transition from chance to biological evolution in the history of life in the journal Biology Direct. An ...
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Do recent images from the JWST pose a major crisis for Big Bang cosmology?

In some recent publications, plasma physicist and alternative cosmology advocate Eric Lerner has made the claim that recent JWST images disprove the conventional ΛCDM model of cosmological inflation, ...
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Are there too few Supernova Remnants to support the Milky Way being billions of years old?

In this Creation magazine reprint of a 1994 article titled Exploding stars point to a young universe, Young-Earth Creationist, Jonathan Sarfati argues that the scarcity of Supernova remnants (SNRs) ...
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Does a lack of radiation shadows disprove the Big Bang Theory?

This article from Creation Magazine argues that: If the big bang were true, the light from the fireball should cast shadows in the foreground of all galaxy clusters. It uses some 2006 findings ...
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Was dark matter invented to explain the formation of primordial stars?

While reading a recent Creation Ministries article Five atheist miracles, I came across this claim: Here is the first problem: how do you get gases formed in a rapidly expanding primordial universe ...
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