Big Bang Cosmic Titanic: The Opening Salvo in the Resurgence of Scientific Genesis

February 11, 2010

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On February 16, 2010, from 8:30a — 11:00a in the Zenger Room of the National Press Club, creation scientist Robert Gentry brings to public attention the scientific community’s censorship of his overthrow of big bang cosmology by disproof of its central assumption, as reported in his 2/16/10 American Physical Society poster at the DC Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR10/Event/124797.

The NPC event enlarges on this theme by documenting how Cornell University’s President David Skorton has allowed himself to enmesh the university in this major denial of academic freedom by his approval of Cornell’s arXiv administrator Paul Ginsparg’s continuing effort to keep the public from learning of this disproof of big bang’s central assumption, and why this big-bang-gate may yet qualify as modern science’s darkest moment, especially since Cornell’s arXiv is partially funded by the NSF. Congress has been unaware its multi-billion dollar allocations were for the greatest scientific debacle of all time. Nevertheless Gentry believes it’s only fair that cosmologists should be given opportunity to publicly respond to his discovery before Congress reconsiders its big bang support. To facilitate this he has requested a return fax from National Academy of Sciences president Ralph Cicerone, Science editor Bruce Alberts, and National Center for Science Education’s executive director Eugenie Scott, re this invitation to come and bring a renowned cosmologist to meet together with him on a friendly, live national TV forum so the public and Congress may see firsthand whether his discovery can be refuted, and if not why evolution’s highest scientific echelons continue to heavily censor it.

SOURCE The Orion Foundation

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