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Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw
gbouw@bw.edu

275 Eastland Road
Berea, OH 44017-2005
United States

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Bouw, Prof. Gerardus D.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Gerardus_Bouw)
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Professor of Computer Science (Retired)

Topics: Aether
Interests: Geocentrism, Aether
Nationality: USA

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Edited Journals:
Bulletin of the Tychian Society

Books:
1999A Geocentricity Primer: Introduction to Biblical Cosmology

Abstracts Online:
1987A New Look at the Aether
1992Creationist Scenario for the Origin of the Universe

Event Attendence:
2012-10-13Non-Moving Earth in the Center of the UniverseVideo Conference
2010-11-06First Annual Catholic Conference on GeocentrismAwards

Biography

Gerardus D. Bouw, Ph.D., earned a Bachelor of Science in astrophysics from the University of  Rochester,  Rochester, New York, an M.S. and Ph.D. in astronomy from Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland, OH. Dr. Bouw teaches computer science as a full Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. 


Journals Edited by Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw



Name: Bulletin of the Tychian Society
Editors: Walter van der Kamp, Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw
Status: Discontinued
Contact Name: Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw

Books by Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw



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A Geocentricity Primer: Introduction to Biblical Cosmology

by Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw

KeyWords: Geocentricity

Pages: 170
Publisher: The Biblical Astronomer
Year: 1999
ISBN: B0006SB94M

Description

The book discusses such topics as the long day of Joshua and Hezekiah?s sign.  A fairly technical book, however, it continually looks  to validate the truth of the Biblical narratives.

Papers by Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw



A New Look at the Aether

(1987)

Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw
275 Eastland Road, Berea, OH 44017-2005, United States; gbouw@bw.edu, homepages.bw.edu/~gbouw

Progress in Space-Time Physics , pp. 104-108

Keywords: aether, large number hypothesis, plenum, firmament, quantum mechanics

Lookup: aether (102), quantum mechanics (56), plenum (3), quantum (151), mechanics (76), hypothesis (31), large (2)

Abstract:

Dirac's Large Number Hypothesis, when coupled with Bertrand Russell's concept of a plenum yields an ineresting new concept for a plenum-type aether    a firmament    which, though finite in exent and in time, physically behaves as if it were infinite and uncreated (that is, as a true plenum). Many of the physical constraints required of the firmament are found amont the best established observations of quantum mechanics. Some of the physics characteristics of the firmament are discussed.



Creationist Scenario for the Origin of the Universe

(1992)

Prof. Gerardus D. Bouw
275 Eastland Road, Berea, OH 44017-2005, United States; gbouw@bw.edu, homepages.bw.edu/~gbouw

Proceedings of the 1992 Twin-Cities Creation Conference , pp. 23-26

Keywords: Universe Origin, Barry Setterfield

Lookup: universe (60), origin (12)

Abstract:

Given their limited resources, Creationists have made great strides in deriving biological and geological models consistent with the creation account of Genesis. Little has been done, however, in the area of astronomy. There, for example, the greatest contribution (and certainly most controversial) is the work of Barry Setterfiled on the decay of the speed of light. In this paper we shall no be concerned with that particular question, but we shall confine ourselves to examining the astronomy of the first four days of creation.

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