Saturday, December 30, 2006

The Grand Canyon

PZ Myers, atheist extraordinaire, is having a hissy fit over on his blog regarding a book being offered in book stores at the Grand Canyon that features a young earth perspective on the origin of the Canyon.

Myers states that:
It should be removed from their catalog immediately.
What a close minded, book burning *$#%! (Did I just say that out loud? Whoops! It's not that I don't like PZ, it's just that he is such a stubborn 'ol cuss.)

Why is it that these zealous, hard core Darwinists are so set on destroying academic freedom? They believe that they must eliminate the freedom to consider other interpretations of the data accumulated through scientific research.

Ah well...let them rail.

Hey, if you want to read an absolutely fascinating theory on the origin of the Grand Canyon, you should definitely read Walt Brown’s latest addition to the upcoming 8th edition of his book, In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood.

The entire 7th edition of Brown's book is available on line, and it is regularly updated to correspond with what you will find in his upcoming 8th edition. The 29-page chapter on the Grand Canyon can be found here.

Other interesting chapters in his book include the hydroplate theory, and Brown’s ideas about the origin of asteroids and comets, which correspond with the hydroplate theory.

Recently, photographs were released showing that liquid may have recently flowed on Mars. The experts are baffled because Mars is colder than Antarctica in the winter, but considering the hydroplate theory, there is a simple explanation according to Brown.

Also in the news, dramatic results from two spacecraft that recently intercepted comets continue to contradict the decades-old explanation for how comets formed. The latest issue of Science (12-15-06) contains the most recent study. These discoveries fit perfectly with the hydroplate’s explanation for comets.

After reading Brown’s book, it will put an end to the false notion put forth by Darwinists that “Creationists don’t do scientific research”.

Enjoy reading the links!!

[Brown's credentials for those interested: Walt Brown received a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he was a National Science Foundation Fellow. He has taught college courses in physics, mathematics, and computer science. Brown is a retired full colonel (Air Force), West Point graduate, and former Army ranger and paratrooper. Assignments during his 21 years in the military included: Director of Benet Research, Development, and Engineering Laboratories in Albany, New York; tenured associate professor at the U.S. Air Force Academy; and Chief of Science and Technology Studies at the Air War College.]