Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded
The 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded today, to US scientists John C. Mather and George F Smoot, for their discovery of the cosmic microwave background anisotropy, a critical piece of the Big Bang puzzle.
Did you hear that, creation ‘scientists’? Why wasn’t it one of you who won the prize for proving that the universe is no older than 6,000 years? Why, if the Big Bang theory is tenuous and on the verge of collapse, are scientists still winning Nobel Prizes for their work in the field? Why has a creation scientist not won it yet for proving that the Big Bang theory is nonsense?
Once again, real research is left holding the big prize, and the woo brigade is left holding their … um … little prize.
Tomorrow the Nobel Prize in Chemistry is being awarded. Here’s a bet: the prize will not go to someone for their work on the memory of water, or morphic resonance’s effect on crystal formation, or new techniques in homeopathy.