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Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw
local time: 2018-04-23 01:48 (-04:00 DST)
Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw Abstracts
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  • Creationist Scenario for the Origin of the Universe (1992) [Updated 7 years ago]
  • A New Look at the Aether (1987) [Updated 7 years ago]

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  • Creationist Scenario for the Origin of the Universe (1992) [Updated 7 years ago]

    Given their limited resources, Creationists have made great strides in deriving biological and geological models consistent with the creation account of Genesis. Little has been done, however, in the area of astronomy. There, for example, the greatest contribution (and certainly most controversial) is the work of Barry Setterfiled on the decay of the speed of light. In this paper we shall no be concerned with that particular question, but we shall confine ourselves to examining the astronomy of the first four days of creation.


  • A New Look at the Aether (1987) [Updated 7 years ago]

    Dirac's Large Number Hypothesis, when coupled with Bertrand Russell's concept of a plenum yields an ineresting new concept for a plenum-type aether    a firmament    which, though finite in exent and in time, physically behaves as if it were infinite and uncreated (that is, as a true plenum). Many of the physical constraints required of the firmament are found amont the best established observations of quantum mechanics. Some of the physics characteristics of the firmament are discussed.