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Gerardus Bouw

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Dr. Gerardus D. Bouw has a Ph.D in astronomy from Case Western Reserve University [1] and believes that the Earth is stationary. He argues that the earth is absolutely static, although this is not to be confused with believing that because of Einstein's theory of relativity that all frames of reference in the universe are equally valid. He sources experiments like the Michelson-Gale experiment to show that there is no motion to the earth and that instead, an aether substance can be posited for the daily motion of the universe. He also argues from the Bible that it is the earth that is absolutely stable at the relative center of the universe. He writes for the Biblical Astronomer and for the Creation Research Society. Dr. Gerardus D. Bouw also accepts the King James Bible as the inspired word of God for the English-speaking people.

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