Quantum Physics: The Boundaries of Reality

From Koinonia House Technical > Space-Time > The Boundaries Of Reality Quantum Physics: The Boundaries of Reality Hebrews 11:3; Romans 8:19-23; Psalm 102:25-27; Proverbs 16:33; Ephesians 1:11; Hebrews 1:2-3; Colossians 1:16,17. by Chuck Missler The startling discovery of modern science is that our physical universe is actually finite. Scientists now acknowledge that the universe had a beginning. They call the Continue Reading

Physics and the Bible: The History of Hyperspace

From Koinonia House Technical > Space-Time > The History Of Hyperspace Physics and the Bible: The History of Hyperspace For more on the limitations of science see http://www.ldolphin.org/scilim.shtml. Steps in the scientific method are outlined in http://www.ldolphin.org/SciMeth2.html, and http://www.ldolphin.org/reveln.html describes the nature of Biblical revelation in contrast with mere mystical experience and with Continue Reading

The Red Planet: Mars the Mysterious

From Koinonia House Technical > Space-Time > Mars The Mysterious The Red Planet: Mars the Mysterious For more on Geocentricity see the work of Gerardus D. Bouw, Ph.D. at http://www2.baldwinw.edu/~gbouw/g/ by Lambert Dolphin Lambert Dolphin, Physicist Website The Red Planet is in the news again. It's been 32 years since Mariner 4 was there and 21 years since the Viking Orbiter/Lander program. Happily, NASA Continue Reading

Physics and the Bible: Exploding Planets and Ancient Catastrophes

From Koinonia House Technical > Space-Time > Exploding Planets And Ancient Catastrophes Physics and the Bible: Exploding Planets and Ancient Catastrophes See God and His Angels on my web pages (www.ldolphin.org). by Lambert Dolphin Lambert Dolphin, Physicist Website Five planets (Gr: wanderers) were known to the ancient Greeks and Romans. They named these "non-fixed stars" after their gods (Mercury, Venus, Continue Reading

Physics and the Bible: What Holds the Universe Together?

From Koinonia House Technical > Space-Time > What Holds The Universe Together? Physics and the Bible: What Holds the Universe Together? This article was originally published in the January 1997 Personal Update NewsJournal. For a FREE 1-Year Subscription, click here. by Lambert Dolphin Lambert Dolphin, Physicist Website Is our universe expanding or static? If it is expanding, is there sufficient mass to cause it Continue Reading

More Turmoil in Physics: Is Light Slowing Down?

From Koinonia House Technical > Space-Time > Is Light Slowing Down? More Turmoil in Physics: Is Light Slowing Down? Troitskii, V.S., "Physical Constants and the Evolution of the Universe," Astrophysics and Space Science, Vol 139, pp. 389-411, Dec. 1987. by Chuck Missler In earlier articles, we discussed the nature of time and the fallacy of linear and absolute time concepts. We now know that time is a physical Continue Reading