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Barry Setterfield was born in Australia and educated at the University of Adelaide. Mr. Setterfield is an active researcher who has been investigating the speed of light since 1979. His first major paper was published by Flinders University in 1987, co-authored by Trevor Norman, and written at the request of a senior physicist at Stanford Research Institute International.
Research has continued in the fields of physics, geology, and astronomy, with papers published in the Journal of Theoretics. He and his wife are currently living in southern Oregon, where he is Director of the New Hope Observatory.
- Setterfield and Dzimano , "The Redshift and the Zero Point Energy ", Journal of Theoretics, 15th December 2003
- Setterfield, "General Relativity and the Zero Point Energy", Journal of Theoretics, Dec. 2, 2003
- Setterfield, "Reviewing the Zero Point Energy", Journal of Vectorial Relativity, JVR 2(2007) 3 1-28
- Setterfield, "Reviewing a Plasma Universe with Zero Point Energy", Journal of Vectorial Relativity, JVR 3(2008) 3 1-19
- Setterfield, "Exploring The Vacuum", Journal of Theoretics, Dec. 26, 2002
- Norman, T. and Setterfield, B., The atomic constants, light and time, SRI International Invited Research Report, Menlo Park, 1986.
- Light Speed and Other Puzzling Data That May Support a Recent Creation by Barry Setterfield
- Stretching the Heavens: A New Cosmology by Barry Setterfield