First Law of Physics, Let There Be Light by Miles Pelton

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"Though not a scientist, Pelton exhibits an understanding of a number of scientific principles… Yet, overall, one wishes that the author had drawn more conclusive connections between science and faith."
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"Rather than recognize a divine almighty powerful creator, the scholars studying and teaching the behavior of the universe adopted and followed a theory that the universe and everything in it is self-perpetuating, negating the need for a source of energy. While instilling a very anticreation mind-set, those beliefs have set the community of physicists off chasing hypotheses, trying to prove the flawed, archaic conservation of energy theory.
After a lifelong career in engineering, frustrated with illogical theories and meaningless explanations of physics, the author has set out to challenge physicists to open their eyes and minds to the fundamental principles that are being hidden by an anticreation mind-set and by so doing open the door to understanding scientific and religious mysteries right here on earth."
 

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Published December 6, 2013 by Xlibris US. 136 pages
Genres: Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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on May 05 2014

"Though not a scientist, Pelton exhibits an understanding of a number of scientific principles… Yet, overall, one wishes that the author had drawn more conclusive connections between science and faith."

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