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It is never good science to ignore anomalous data or to eliminate a conclusion because of some presupposition. Sir Henry Dale, one-time President of the Royal Society of London, made an important comment in his retirement speech: "Science should not tolerate any lapse of precision, or neglect any anomaly, but give Nature's answers to the world humbly and with courage." To do so may not place one in the mainstream of modern science, but at least we will be searching for truth and moving ahead rather than maintaining the scientific status quo. -- Barry Setterfield

 

Research Papers: beginning with the 1987 paper on the speed of light research

Current papers

Reviewing the Zero Point Energy (JVR, September 2007)

Reviewing a Plasma Universe with Zero Point Energy (JVR, September 2008)

Quantized Redshifts and the Zero Point Energy (JVR, December, 2008)

Setterfield Simplified: an ongoing series of articles for the layman

Discussion: Barry answers questions emailed to him

Recent discussion questions

Where was the Tower of Babel?

Notes on the News: this page now contains News and Prophecy

Responses to Critics: doesn't everyone have them?

Recommended: A few materials we have been impressed with, both positively and negatively

Scripture: some material regarding the Bible

New: Weekly Bible Study

New: Response to Donald Morgan

Helen's Page: Helen is Barry's wife. This page includes our place, our animals, and some essays

For our Deaf Friends: some material in simple, sign-compatible English for our deaf friends

Kids and Science: kids' questions and our answers

DVD's: The Christmas Star is currently available. It is the result of fifteen years of research into astronomy, history, and the Bible.We are currently finishing a 2 DVD series on Barry's work in astronomy and physics which will be available in late 2008 or early 2009