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AzOSA: Toward a More Biblical Cosmology

Arizona Origin Science Association Presents: Three clues in Genesis chapter 1 point to the speed of light* in the heavens being trillions of times greater during the first four days of creation than it is today. Those same days on earth were of ordinary length, according to abundant clues in chapter 1 and the context of Exodus 20:11. According to general relativity and experiments, the “speed of time” is directly connected to the speed of light. So the speed of light on earth during creation week must have been what it is today. But the high speed of light in the heavens means that billions of years’ worth of events must have occurred out there before the end of the fourth day on earth. Because we observe the speed of light in the nearby heavens today as being what it is on earth, the speed of light in the heavens must have dropped at some time from being high down to today’s value. I propose that this change happened suddenly throughout the cosmos near the end of the fourth day. Such a change would mean that we would see no difference between things closer than 6,000 light-years and things beyond that distance. The interface would be entirely transparent to us. Yet we could see the cosmos billions of light-years away and having an apparent history of billions of years, allowing the heavens to declare the glory of God (Psalm 19:1). *For those worried about Jason Lisle’s cosmology, this is the speed of light in both directions, both from and to the earth. SPEAKER: Russell Humphreys, B.S. Physics at Duke University, PhD, Physics, Louisiana State University BIO: Dr. Humphreys worked in the High Voltage Laboratory of General Electric Company, designing and inventing equipment and researching high–voltage phenomena. While there, he received a U.S. patent and one of Industrial Research Magazine’s IR–100 awards. He also worked for Sandia National Laboratories (New Mexico) in nuclear physics, geophysics, pulsed-power research, and theoretical atomic and nuclear physics. He worked with Sandia’s ‘Particle Beam Fusion Project’, and was co-inventor of special laser-triggered ‘Rimfire’ high-voltage switches, now coming into wider use. The last decade at Sandia saw greater emphasis on theoretical nuclear physics and radiation hydrodynamics in an effort to help produce the world’s first lab–scale thermonuclear fusion. Besides gaining two other U.S. patents, Dr Humphreys has been given two awards from Sandia, including an Award for Excellence for contributions to light ion–fusion target theory. Dr. Humphreys has been very active in Creation Science work and has published extensively on biblically based cosmology, planetary magnetism, and radioactivity. Dr Humphreys has been a longtime member of the Creation Research Society and is on its Board of Directors. Date: November 15 Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Venue: Arizona Christian University, 1 W Firestorm Way, Glendale, AZ 85306


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