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‘Fingerprints of Creation’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Announcement

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Fingerprints of Creation is a 33 minute VHS/DVD video detailing the evidence polonium halos offer that the Earth was rapidly formed and did not cool over millions of years. The video, shot mostly in California takes the viewer to picturesque Yosemite National Park during the winter and the regions surrounding Palm Springs and Bishop where granites are plainly visible. Three-dimensional graphic animations are included to help convey the process of halo formation from nuclear particles. Instrumentation similar to that used to gather the published data on the polonium halos is shown along with simple demonstrations which illustrate the basic concepts of a short-lived nuclear emitter. Dr. Gentry explains the history of the origin of granite and scientists’ attempts to arrive at a universally accepted model of its formation. Brief commentaries on Robert Gentry’s research are given by Dr. Bruce Holman, Wisconsin Lutheran College, and Dr. Andrew Snelling, Creation Science Foundation of Australia. Dr. Snelling comments on granite formation theories comprise the final minutes of the video.

 

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 CLOSE TO DENVER?

If you’re close to Denver, CO there is an APS Physics poster session about the Big Bang THIS Sunday April 14th, 2013.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
1550 Court Place
Denver, Colorado 80202

If you want to attend the poster session stop by the registration desk to get guest passes (can ask for Vinaya).  If you are a journalist they can obtain press passes.  There is no fee.  Information below:

Session K2: Poster Session II (2:00 – 5:00pm)

2:00 PM–2:00 PM, Sunday, April 14, 2013
Room: Plaza Foyer

Sponsoring Unit: APS

Abstract: K2.00029 : Big Bang Cosmic Titanic: Cause for Concern?

Author:

Robert Gentry
(The Orion Foundation, P O Box 12067, Knoxvile, TN 27912)

This abstract alerts physicists to a situation that, unless soon addressed, may yet affect PRL integrity. I refer to Stanley Brown’s and DAE Robert Caldwell’s rejection of PRL submission LJ12135, A Cosmic Titanic: Big Bang Cosmology Unravels Upon Discovery of Serious Flaws in Its Foundational Expansion Redshift Assumption, by their claim that BB is an established theory while ignoring our paper’s Titanic, namely, that BB’s foundational spacetime expansion redshifts assumption has now been proven to be irrefutably false because it is contradicted by our seminal discovery that GPS operation unequivocally proves that GR effects do not produce in-flight photon wavelength changes demanded by this central assumption. This discovery causes the big bang to collapse as quickly as did Ptolemaic cosmology when Copernicus discovered its foundational assumption was heliocentric, not geocentric. Additional evidence that something is amiss in PRL’s treatment of LJ12135 comes from both Brown and EiC Gene Spouse agreeing to meet at my exhibit during last year’s Atlanta APS to discuss this cover-up issue. Sprouse kept his commitment; Brown didn’t. Question: If Brown could have refuted my claim of a cover-up, why didn’t he come to present it before Gene Sprouse? I am appealing LJ12135’s rejection.

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This film ‘Fingerprints of Creation’ is about Radio Halos, something I’ve never even heard about before.  These halos are considered “A tiny mystery that cannot be explained”.

To Robert Gentry the halos are almost like the fingerprints of God – the signature of creation.  Pretty fascinating.

The evidence is captured in the granite!  This only holds a mystery for the evolutionists but for creationists it upholds the Genesis account.

This also talks about polonium isotopes. I can’t say I fully understand this topic but I love to see God’s Word being upheld.  I believe the creation account just because I believe the Bible…100%.  It’s even better when science comes along and finds ways to prove it.

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