President's Corner

President's Corner

The last RMCF Speaker, David Rives, included the bombardier beetle as one of the examples in his June 12 RMCF presentation.  I realize this is not a new topic for most of you, but there is some new, timely data, about the beetle’s explosive mechanism, presented in the Chemical and Engineering News Magazine (CEN), May 4, 2015.

In arecent CMI commentary posted by Jonathan  O’Brien, on 3/23/2015, at water-in-moon, it was pointed out that cosmologists at the University of Michigan, found chemically bound water inside moon rocks, which were originally collected during the 1970s, when these rocks were returned to earth.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015 00:00

Modern Nuclear Physics in Turmoil

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As a theoretical quantum chemist and chemical physicist, I had always had a keen interest in nuclear physics. The standard models accepted by nuclear physicists, by and large, involve Strong Forces operating between protons (p+) represented as point charges, so as to overcome the enormous repulsive forces present at very short inter-proton distances within the atomic nucleus. Also Weak Forces are proposed to operate between neutrons, which accounts for beta (β-)decay and Electron Capture (EC) mechanisms .These are the Standard Model (SM) coupled with Quantum Electro-Dynamics (QED), for the current theory of nuclear structures.

In the Denver Post, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, reporter Ishaan Tharoor for the Washington Post, wrote a report on Pope Francis’ recent address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. This article states that the Pope appeared to endorse Big Bang cosmology, by saying there was no contradiction between believing in God as well as prevailing scientific theories. According to Tharoor, the Pope went on to say,” God is not a divine being (emphasis added) or a magician, but the Creator who brought everything to life.” “Evolution in nature is not inconsistent with the notion of creation, because evolution requires the creation of beings that evolve.”

In the June 9, 2014 issue of Chemical and Engineering News, page 28, there’s an article entitled â€œThe Moon’s Big Impact”, which is a condensed account of a publication in Science, 2014 DOI: 10,11261/science 125117. This paper focuses on an existing hypothesis, that a moon sized body called Theia collided with the earth billions of years ago. The fragments resulting from the explosion of Theia were supposed to have coalesced (via some unconfirmed physical process--comment added by this author) to form the modern-day moon.

Our multi-tasking Board member Bill Browning passed on to me the content of what I am about to share and with which I am in total agreement. I shall initiate this message with a statement made in the latter part of a report given by Martyn Lloyd-Jones, which asserts that our gospel and faith is not a teaching or philosophy, but it is primarily history. 

I thought it important, as the RMCF President, that the space allotted for the President’s Corner in this issue of the RMCF Newsletter, be devoted to a topic not associated with creationism per se. 

This is the final installment of President's Corners regarding Willard Young's book, "Fallacies of Creationism."

While it is intended that this edition will deal with the responding to statements made by Dr. Threlkeld, PhD, Nursing School, Mac Master University, endorsing Willard Young’s book, “Fallacies of Creationism,” I must first give you an update on some very recent authoritative information regarding the Higgs Boson.

In the previous Aug./Sept. RMCF Newsletter, I provided an introduction, in which statements of known evolutionists endorsing Willard Young’s book, “Fallacies of Creationism,” were shared.

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