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Scriptural Physics (index page)
What is Scriptural Physics?
An Atom or a Nucleus?
Advanced Stellar Propulsion Systems
Advanced Atomic Energy Converters
Intuitive Concepts in Quantum Mechanics
Some Thought Provoking Issues
Brian Fraser's Adventures in Energy Destruction
Cartoombs Index and Cartoombs
Make Sure of All Things
My Dream Job
One Christian's Perspective on Quantum Mechanics
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Examples of where printed copies might be useful:
- Science classes: A key scientific premise in Scriptural Physics is that if equations of physics like E=mc2, E=pc, E=cB are to be dimensionally consistent, then it should be possible to rewrite all equations of physics in terms of pure space/time ratios. This in turn should lead to general and powerful solutions to many perplexing problems as well as important practical applications.
- Philosophy/Social Science classes: The topics at this site include antigravity, "cold fusion", and the claim that the atom does not "have" a nucleus. These topics are all clearly in the "junk science" category, at least from the viewpoint of modern, "prestigious" institutions. But is this really junk science? And how can you tell? Why do institutions often rabidly oppose new ideas? Can institutions engage in "junk behavior"? Is "congruency" more difficult for institutions than for individuals? (Also, see NASA BPP criteria )
- Marketing/Sales classes: The United States intends to transport 77,000 tons of high level radioactive waste by rail from nuclear power plants all over the country to a yet-to-be-built storage facility ($57 billion) in Nevada. But there is good evidence nuclear waste could be neutralized on-site at nuclear power plants such that no shipping or storage would be needed at all. The process might even have useful by-products. How can one "sell" the idea of investigating this to the general public? If a highschool chemistry student can perform this process, why can't the Department of Energy?
- Business Management classes: What level of creativity do you want in the work place, and how do you manage its effects? Should employees follow orders and just do the job? Or should they be allowed to create potentially effective, but possibly disruptive solutions? Or should you just let the competition figure it all out first? ("The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.")
- Law classes: Is Scriptural Physics science or religion?
- Bible Studies: Some Christians have difficulty seeing science and scripture as complementary. Perhaps what is found within these pages will be helpful.
- Personal use: Now you can read Scriptural Physics the old fashioned way ¾without a computer!
"Wisdom is better than
strength. Nevertheless the poor man's wisdom is despised,
And his words are not heard." ¾Ecclesiastes 9:16
"And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it." ¾John 1:5