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Fundamental Particles by Bryan Brandenburg
A fundamental interaction is a mechanism by which particles interact with each other, and which cannot be explained by another more fundamental interaction. Every observed physical phenomenon, from galaxies colliding with each other to quarks vibrating inside a proton, can thus be explained by these interactions. Read more

Uranium Lead Dating the Earth
Uranium-lead dating computes the age of the earth at 4.54 billion years old with less than 1% margin of error. It is one of the oldest and most refined radiometric dating schemes, with a routine age range of about 1 million years to over 4.5 billion years. Read more

Big Bang Cosmology by Howard Bloom and Bryan Brandenburg
Howard Bloom's new book; The God Problem: How a Godless Cosmos Creates unveils Big Bagel Theory, a new theory of the beginning, middle and end of the Universe. Read more

3D God's Eye Nebula by Bryan Brandenburg
Most religions agree that God is the Light, but they often fail to realize that the Sun produces over 99% of the light for our Solar System. Read more