Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The Latest in Creation Science - Fred Williams

For the monthly meeting on July 11, the Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship speaker was a member of the RMCF Board of Directors, Fred Williams. Fred has been giving lectures on creation for over 20 years to churches, schools, conferences, and other organizations. In addition to serving as a speaker for RMCF, he also serves as their webmaster. Williams has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and currently works for Mic. He has long served as the webmaster for the Creation Research Society, the oldest creation organization in the United States. Fred's topic is titled "The Latest in Creation Science." Fred has been engaging Bible skeptics for many years and has compiled answers to a wide range of questions and criticisms leveled against the Bible, providing solid answers to the skeptics, showing that the Bible must be divinely inspired.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

New View of Gravity Helps Creation Cosmology - Dr. Russ Humphreys

New view of gravity advances creation cosmology

D. Russell Humphreys

Russ-Humphreys.jpgHere I give a new picture of how gravity works, depicting space as a membrane being greatly accelerated in a 4th spatial direction. The Unruh effect, which connects acceleration with a black-body temperature, could then explain the cosmic microwave background radiation. The Scriptural phrase "stretching out the heavens like a tent curtain" might not mean a many-fold extension (expansion) of the membrane, but rather an increase of the tension within it. A stepwise increase of the tension on the 2nd day of creation would make the gravitational potential of the cosmos slowly increase even until now, without significant expansion. This results in a new redshift-versus-distance relation. It is slightly nonlinear, providing an alternative explanation for an "accelerating universe" without need for "dark energy." The new redshift result also gives a more satisfying expression for the anomalous deceleration of the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft, as I hope to show in a later paper.