On November 15–16, 2018, I attended the Second Flat Earth International Conference. Here I take the opportunity to blog about this year's meeting.
Flat-earthers spend considerable time and effort attempting to debunk all things from NASA. In this article, I will take up two of their complaints.
Epsilon Aurigae was recently in the news when the Gaia mission provided the first direct measurement of Epsilon Aurigae's distance.
In 1971, President Richard Nixon proclaimed July 20 to be National Moon Day to commemorate the second anniversary of the first manned landing on the moon.
A team of astronomers recently announced the discovery of PDS 70b, the first planet discovered orbiting the star PDS 70. But what did the team actually find?
Overnight, most of us in the United States went through our annual ritual of setting our clocks one hour ahead (the exceptions are Hawaii and the non-Navajo Reservation areas of Arizona). Welcome to DST, Daylight Saving Time, or, as I prefer to call it, Daylight Stupid Time.
Such talk doesn't help our cause here at Answers in Genesis, because long before the flat-earth phenomenon of late, many people already equated belief in biblical creation with belief in flat earth. Of course, there is a huge difference between the two.
What possible biblical reason could someone give for life elsewhere in the universe? Dr. Danny Faulkner recently found the answer to that question. While visiting with Stuart Burgess in Bristol, England, Stuart loaned him a 300-year old book on astronomy from his private library.
What goes on at an American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting, and why do we have them? The AAS is the professional society for astronomers in the United States, though there are AAS members from other North American countries, such as Canada and Mexico, as well as members from around the world.
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