Reasons to Believe

Mars

  • Mars Rover Findings - the Real Story

    The prestigious journal Science recently exploded most of the media's "life-site" hype over the latest-and still laudable-Mars mission.1 Twelve peer-reviewed articles tell the true story: no lake and … more

  • Martian Geology

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    In a series of 12 peer-reviewed articles the August 6 edition of Science contravenes almost all of the media hype about NASA’s Mars Rovers … more

  • Perennial Martian Waters

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    Planetary scientists have uncovered more evidence dampening the “follow the water” enthusiasm currently driving the search for … more

  • Water on Mars

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    Planetary scientists have uncovered evidence indicating that liquid water was never abundant on Mars and, therefore, have removed one of the … more

  • Follow the Water on Vesta

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    Planetary scientists have uncovered evidence that places a big damper on the “follow the water” enthusiasm that currently drives the … more

  • Water, Water, Everywhere…

    Without water life is impossible. Without "drinkable" (liquid) water, life is still impossible. The problem with water in the universe is perhaps best depicted in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s epic … more

  • Life on Mars

    Will such a discovery shake the foundations of Christian faith? The answer lies in the difference between the words indigenous and transported. I reported sixteen years ago1 and in all three editions … more

  • Martian Dust Storms

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    The Mars Global Surveyor has observed more than 5,000 large dust storms during the past two Martian years. These tornados measure up to 1 kilometer … more

  • Biospheres Deemed Failures

    Two tests of space travelers’ ability to support themselves independent of Earth have taken place in the Arizona desert (see www.bio2.edu). In 1991 a team of eight adults were sealed inside a … more

  • Black Holes, Singularities, and Wormholes

    Two tests of space travelers’ ability to support themselves independent of Earth have taken place in the Arizona desert (see www.bio2.edu). In 1991 a team of eight adults were sealed inside a … more

  • Mars Life: A Second Opinion

    The “possible” discovery of Martian life made headlines again in March 2001. In a strained effort to uphold the evolutionary paradigm, secularists seize any hope of a Martian … more

  • Water on Mars: What Does It Mean?

    On June 22, NASA astronomers held a press conference to announce their discovery of “recently” cut gullies, indicators of flowing water, on the Martian surface.1, 2 The discovery stirred … more

  • Astrology: Help, Hoax, or Harm?

    How can I make such a strong statement? Consider the following points: Astrology

    bases horoscopes on the moment of birth, not the moment of conception when, in fact, one's genetic characteristics … more

  • Mars: Evidence for E.T. or Confirmation of Design?

    A review of the data by Dr. Hugh Ross

    Interest in the highly publicized Martian meteorite, ALH84001, still runs high. Ordinarily I would be thrilled to see science news make headlines for months on … more

  • Martian Meteorite Shows Signs of Life On Mars?

    (Facts & Faith, Third Quarter 1996)

    We have been deluged with this question since the NASA press release on the 6th of August. Here is Hugh Ross' preliminary response to the NASA study that … more