3 degrees, 7 homes, 9 children, and 1 wonderful wife. I have a BS from Wheaton College, a PhD in Physics from UMd, an MA in Religion from Westminster Seminary, have taught at U of Bern, Boston U, U of Alabama Huntsville, Wheaton College, and have spent the last 20 years in rocket science. I am intrigued by science, philosophy and faith and their interaction with each other, an eternal golden braid. Favorite authors include GK Chesterton, CS Lewis, and Vern Poythress. My blog is at http://procrustes.townhall.com, and I have a website at: http://rbs.rbsp.info/RbS Soli Deo Gloria
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Game Theory denies Darwinism

It’s all over the news. Evolution promotes altruism, evolution rejects selfishness. I suppose other than this being a slow-news summer, this falls into the category of “man bites dog.” Weren’t we all taught that Darwinism was all about my survival, my selfishness? So what is this paper talking about? About game theory. Variations on the […]

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Granville Sewell’s important contribution to physics: Entropy-X

Abstract:   In Sewell’s discussion of entropy flow, he defines “Entropy-X”, which is a very useful concept that should clarify misconceptions of entropy promulgated by Wikipedia and scientists unfamiliar with thermodynamics. Sewell’s important contribution is to argue that one can and should reduce the “atom-entropy” into a subsets of mutually exclusive “entropy-X”. Mathematically, this is like […]

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The Multiverse Scam

As atheists scientists like Stephen Hawking or Leonard Susskind are confronted with the undeniable twin improbabilities of both Darwinist Evolution (DE) and the chance Origin of Life (OOL), they have floundered about like passengers on the Titanic, clinging to every piece of driftwood as if it were a lifeboat. Somehow they think that if life […]

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How ID helps scientists: providing a framework for complexity

COMPLEXITY =/=> EVOLUTION Many Darwinists equate complexity with evolution. They see the fossil record of increasing complexity with time as precisely what defines Evolution. But is increasing complexity always a good thing? The history of computers is instructive. Your iPhone and laptop computer are constructed using base-2, principally because flip-flops and early binary circuits were […]