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Stretching the Heavens: A New Cosmology

 by Barry Setterfield
Seattle Creation Conference, July 2006.


This 3 hour workshop addressed in detail what stretching the heavens does to the properties of space and how it affects the speed of light and other data. The behavior of the properties of space with time is elucidated, and hence the behavior of the five physical quantities. This equation allows for a young universe. Mr. Setterfield then characterizes how the behavior of the properties of space affects the timescales of atomic phenomena. A Biblical scenario naturally emerges on this basis.

About the Speaker:

Barry Setterfield was born in Australia and educated at the University of Adelaide. Mr. Setterfield is an active researcher who has been investigating the speed of light since 1979. His first major paper was published by Flinders University in 1987, co-authored by Trevor Norman, and written at the request of a senior physicist at Stanford Research Institute International.

Research has continued in the fields of physics, geology, and astronomy, with papers published in the Journal of Theoretics. He and his wife are currently living in southern Oregon, where he is Director of the New Hope Observatory.


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Seattle Creation Conference 2006 boxed setThis seminar was recorded during the Seattle Creation Conference, Aug 10-12, 2006 at Overlake Christian Church, Redmond WA.

It may be viewed free online or downloaded to your computer as either a video or audio. DVD from the other seminars can be purchased at our webstore as individual titles or the entire conference may be obtained as a compilation of 7 disks.

The Seattle Creation Conference is a regular event organized by the Northwest Creation Network. For information about the upcoming conference visit the Seattle Creation Conference website, or contact the NWCN to have us organize the next creation conference at your Church.