Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Calculus is Easy (Calc is EZ)

Calculus is Easy is a new book by Jay Hall M.S. (Math, 53 hrs. Science).  If you are a homeschooler, get this book‼  Hall makes math fun with a lively explanation, great applications and neat ways to help memorize formulas.  This Math book is different in that it is not based on naturalistic and materialistic PreSuppositions. 
This text even gives Access Research Network a plug.  Phillip Johnson would be proud.  There is an interesting reference to Solids of Evolution:
Could there possibly be any connection between Math and the films Life of Pi and Courageous?  Read this book and find out for yourself.
A fascinating video on the book is on YouTube.  Discover the meaning of MathDoku and get this book today!  You too, can learn more about arc length in polar coordinates:

You may contact Jay Hall at

Friday, January 4, 2013

Young Earth dot com

Young Earth is an impressive website supporting Young Earth Science (YES).  It is sponsored by Real Science Radio (formerly Real Science Friday, contra npr’s Science Friday). 

How does the rapid formation of Manganese nodules refute uniformitarian PreSuppositions?  Where are the missing heavy metals in stars?  Can bacteria and sand create something like marble in hours?  Go to Young Earth for more info.
Real Science Radio is magnificent!  Hear an interview with Darwinist physicist Lawrence Krauss, author of The Physics of Star Trek.  There is also an episode on the New Scientist cover story “Darwin Was Wrong” (Re: tree of life).    
Young Earth has a forum and is associated with Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship (RMCF) of Colorado.  RMCF has regular meetings and videos of past speakers may be found here, including Paul Taylor, Rob Carter, Jerry Bergman and many others.
The Young Earth store includes a debate between Bob Enyart and Eugenie Scott (NCSE) on “junk” DNA.  There is also a debate on the age of the earth as well as Real Science Friday past shows (2006-2011).  Bob Enyart offered dino expert Jack Horner (technical advisor for Jurassic Park) $23K to radiocarbon date dino soft tissue!  Please support this effective Young Earth Science (YES) resource.  Does Intelligent Design support Young Earth Science?