Fundamental Changes in Science

Funny how when people think they have things all figured out, things change and there's not so much understood after all. The predictability factor in cosmic and biological evolution does not inspire confidence. Sure, you'll find assertive tinhorn evolutionists who will believe in various forms of evolution despite the evidence, but don't pay them no nevermind. The fact remains that fundamental beliefs in science keep getting overturned; consensus science isn't good science. Physics in particular has been taking a beating as of late.

Physics has been taking a beating lately. Things that were thought to be understood are changing. It would help if those scientists worked on things in the real world.
Moon rock from Apollo 14. Image credit: NASA/Sean Smith
Analysis of zircon in moon rocks is being reconsidered, which has implications for the age of the Earth and, therefore, evolution. The study of subatomic particles called kaons may change the Big Bang cosmogony (again). Dark matter and considerations of universal constants. Oh, yes, a whole passel of tinkering with things that are only theoretical, or based on evolutionary presuppositions, maybe both — there's a lot to learn about how the universe works. It would help if they stopped trying to find ways of denying the Creator and got back to doing actual science.
Beware the myth of progress. There’s more scientists don’t know than what they know.

Once in awhile, a headline will suggest that a new finding could “challenge our understanding of” physics, biology, or some other field of science. Sometimes these things are brushed off or simply incorporated into the consensus web of belief. Enough anomalies, though, can begin a scientific revolution. Here are a few rumblings in the science news with potential to explode.
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