Date: 14 Apr 94 01:01:00
From: James J. Lippard
Subject: Re: Theodore W. Rybka
From: email@example.com (James J. Lippard)
Date: 14 Apr 1994 01:01 MST
In article <2oiosh$pdu@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>, cust_ts@cc.Helsinki.FI (Tero Sand)
>On the Finnish skeptic group somebody (who doubts all dating methods
>possibly excluding dendrochronology) has brought up this fellow and his
>book _Geological & Astronomical Clocks_, which he claims to be a "real hit
>among scientific creationists from last year". Anybody know more about
>either the author or the book (preferrably both)?
Theodore W. Rybka, Ph.D., Univ. of Oklahoma, part-time physics prof.
at ICR, also works for General Dynamics (San Diego). [Info from
Rybka is the author of the April 1982 ICR _Impact_ (No. 106),
"Consequences of Time Dependent Nuclear Decay Indices on Half
Lives," in which he argues that the nuclear decay parameter,
lambda, is not a constant. The evidence he cites is a _CRSQ_ article
by Don DeYoung, which "has listed variations of up to 5%,"
"Dudley's hypothesis" that "neutrinos from the neutrino sea ... trigger
radioactive decay," radiohalos, and the possibility that the speed of
light was faster in the past (he doesn't cite Setterfield).
Jim Lippard Lippard@CCIT.ARIZONA.EDU
Dept. of Philosophy Lippard@ARIZVMS.BITNET
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721