Friday, 7 October 2022

Scientists found an asteroid that is closer to the sun than others




Image courtesy of  2021 Elena11/Shutterstock. 

 Joel Kontinen

 

No asteroid has even been discovered this close to the sun. However, now astronomers have found an asteroid that gets to within 20 million kilometres of it. 

They have also found two asteroids as part of a hunt for rocks that are closer to the sun than Earth and may sometime hit the Earth

Source:

Crane, Leah. 2022. Astronomers found a weird asteroid closer to the sun than any other. New Scientist 5 October. 

Thursday, 6 October 2022

 Uusi simulaatio paljastaa vaihtoehtoisen evolutionistisen selityksen kuun muodostumiselle.

Evolutionistit uskovat Kuun syntyneen Maan ja Marsin kokoisen kohteen, nimeltä Theia, välisen törmäyksen seurauksena. Mutta nyt Jacob Kegerreis Durhamin yliopiston laskennallisen kosmologian instituutista ja hänen kollegansa ovat käyttäneet tähän mennessä yksityiskohtaisimpia supertietokonesimulaatioita mallintaakseen törmäyskappaleiden törmäysskenaarioita vaihtelevilla parametreilla, kuten kulmalla, nopeudella ja kierroksilla akselinsa ympäri.

Nämä simulaatiot osoittavat jättimäisen iskun, joka asettaa kuun kaltaisen kappaleen välittömästi kiertoradalle Maan ympäri, toisin kuin aiemmissa malleissa, jotka osoittavat, että kuu muodostuu vähitellen keräämällä roskia Maan törmäyksestä Theian kanssa. "Tämä avaa kokonaan uusia mahdollisia lähtöpaikkoja kuun kehitykselle", Kegerreis sanoo.

Mutta Theiasta ei ole minkäänlaisia todisteita.

Lähde :  

Stock,  David. 2022.Detailed simulation reveals new explanation for the moon's formation New Scientist 5.10. 

Wednesday, 5 October 2022

Scientists find human-specific types of the brain




Image courtesy of Looie496, US National Institutes of Health, National Institute, Public Domain

joel kontinen 

Scientist have found some human-specific types of the brain in sample of human, chimpanzee,macaque, and marmoset brain cortices.

In other words, this means that humans are special.  They are  made in God’s image.  


Source: 

Hines,  Pamela J. 2022. Primate brain diversity, Science 30 August. 


Monday, 3 October 2022

Some hummingbirds males are shorter than fenmales.

 


Image curtesy of Jerome Gawe. 

Joel Kontinen

Evolutionists believe that some hummingbird species may have evolved to be smaller than their female counterparts. This makes them to put on more impressive courtship displays.

Sexual dimorphism – where the sexes of an animal differ in size and appearance – is common across the tree of life. usually, the males are bigger than the females, but hummingbirds this pattern is reversed. 

Source:

Buehler,  Jake. These male hummingbirds evolved to be tiny so they can do cool dives.   New scientist 22 September


Saturday, 1 October 2022

Evolutionists believe in a rogue planet, that may have formed iour silar system


Image courtesy of  NASA/JPL-Caltech


Joel Kontinen 

 Some evolutionists believe in a rogue planet twice the size of Earth may have pushed asteroids into the outer reaches of the early solar system before it was ejected. 

 This could solve the mystery of how some of the most distant objects in the Kuiper belt got there, which cannot be explained by most models of solar system formation that are unbelievable. The Kuiper belt is a huge disc of cold rocks and ice that extends out beyond the orbit of Neptune and has been a source of a few comets.

Thursday, 29 September 2022

The universe's first stars

 

Image courtesy of NSF's NOIRLab

 Joel Kontinen

According to evolutionists, they may have “found traces of the very first stars in the universe. These strange objects, called Population III stars, are expected to have exploded in massive supernovas that destroyed the stars entirely, and astronomers may have seen remnants from one of these extraordinary events.”

The spectrum of the quasar’s light revealed a huge amount of iron, more than 20 times as much as the sun has. The quasar also seems to have a very low concentration of magnesium.”

This discovery hints that scientists may have found evidence of population 11 stars which would have been destroyed long ago, according to evolution’stimescale.  


Source:

Crane, Leah. 2022. Light from a quasar shows hints of one of the universe’s first stars New Scientist 28 September

Tuesday, 27 September 2022

Darwinist have found an evolutionary process for woodpeckers drumming on trees

 

Image courtesy of Sławomir Staszczuk, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Joel Kontinen

Evolutionists have found a Darwinian process for woodpeckers drumming on trees, they say that it resembles how a bird sings.  

Now, researchers think birdsong and drumming may have both emerged from “evolutionary tinkering” in an ancient series of connections in the bird forebrain for fine-scale movements in display behaviour.

Woodpeckers are a Darwinian headache:

Woodpeckers are designed to withstand hard knocks. They have “skulls with spongy layers — particularly in the front regions — that cushion their brains. Robust neck muscles also help to soften the impact, while thick inner eyelids protect their eyes.”

Evolutionists believe that the earliest woodpeckers arrived at least “25 million years” ago, but they could never have survived if their only option was to follow the Darwinian trial-and-error approach.


Source:

 Buehler,  Jake, 2022. Woodpecker brains process tree-drumming sounds as if they're birdsong. New Scientist20 September,