The experimental basis for the purported proof of heliocentricity is vast. Fortunately we collected up all of the submissions to our "can you prove heliocentricity?" challenge which began December 25, 2015.
The preferred spatial direction of the weak nuclear force is evidence for an absolute frame of reference within the broad narrative of scripture, and is compatible with our unified theory of everything.
Atheist science trolls (ASTs) think that they have the silver bullet which kills the Young Earth Creationist (YEC) belief that nuclear decay is variable and that it was initially rapid.
What do you really want out of life? Do you want to fool yourself with SciPop that there's no hell so that you can live this fraught and miserable existence and end up in it?
A prediction of Einstein’s theory of relativity may be used to prove that the soul is a gravity node because spiritual entities use gravitational lensing to project holograms.
Programming a computer to plot an ellipse with one focus isn't the same as providing a physical cause for why planetary orbits are elliptical. This is an example of scientific sleight-of-hand.
Copernicus taught us how to imagine an alternative reality. He wrote the first episode of Star Trek. Galileo, Kepler, Newton and others convinced the modern mind that their imaginary alternative is reality.
We're told that the new heaven and new Earth, where we'll life for eternity, is a place of perpetual light. We're making the case that this permanent physical separation of light from darkness is the purpose of creation.
If we accept an effect as being its own cause then we've done something called inductive reasoning, where our premise is used to supply evidence for our conclusion. It's also called circular reasoning.
If Einstein's prediction of gravitational time dilation proves relativity, then does Moses description of it in about 1,400 Bible?