The Grand Canyon
Shifts in the lines of absorption in the spectrum of visible light
When astronomers view distant objects through the telescope, they find that the more distant objects have a larger red shift. This means that their light is shifted towards the red end of the spectrum; in other words, the wavelengths have become longer than for similar objects seen close to us. They interpret this as meaning that these distant objects are receding from us and that objects farther away are receding from us faster. It’s a little like the Doppler effect that makes sound have a lower pitch when the source is traveling away from us. The faster an object travels, the larger the change in pitch. However, some properties of the red shift call this interpretation into question; these are the subject of the article that follows. One such property is the quantization of red shifts. They seem to occur in abrupt steps rather than continuously, which has interesting implications for the study of the universe. This suggests that the red shift may be caused by something other than the expansion of the universe, at least in part.
The bible states that all the fountains of the great deep burst open on one day. And it describes these events, about 5000 years ago, which we can now tie together scientifically.
Coming soon! 2023 (Sept. 21-23) Hydroplate Conference
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Join the Sep. 21-23, 2023 virtual (online) conference that offers possible answers to some of the most puzzling questions in earth science, such as:
- Why do we find amino acids on asteroids, and limestone in comets?
- What produced the world’s massive volume of sedimentary rock?
- Why is the near side of the moon so different from the far side?
- Why are there seashells on top of Mt. Everest?
- Why is radioactivity associated with continental granites?
The Hydroplate Theory offers a Biblical, yet scientific, scenario for how the global flood of Noah’s day completely rearranged the surface of the globe. It solves many of the problems that plague other tectonic theories. It out-performed NASA in predicting what would be found in comets and asteroids.
In addition to a dozen presentations by eight speakers, we will also offer a virtual “field trip” to the Grand Canyon to find out how it may have formed.
Yes, you can afford this conference! We only suggest a small donation, which is optional, and left up to you (suggested donation $20, students $10).
For schedule information and registration, visit: HYDROPLATE.ORG