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50. Anthony Standen. Science is a Sacred Cow. p.73.
51. Jaffe, Michelson. p.95.
52. A.Einstein, Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Körper, Annalen der Physik. Vol.17, 1905, p.86.
53. Carl A. Zappfe, A Reminder on E=mc2. Brainerd, Minn., U.S.A., quoting A. Einstein, Out of My Later Years. New York, Philosophical Library,1950.
54. W.T. Jones, A History of Western Philosophy New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1952, p. XVIII.
55. Herman Dooyeweerd, A New Critique of Theoretical Thought. Philadelphia, Presbyterian & Reformed publishing Co., 1953, Vol. I, pp.36-37.
56. Dingle, Crossroads. p.17.
57. Fred Hoyle, Nicolaus Copernicus. New York, Harper & Row, 1973. p.87.
58. Ibid, p.88.
59. J.L.E. Dryer, A History of Astronomy from Thales to Kepler. New York, Dover Publications, 1953, p.363.
60. Charles L. Poor Gravitation Versus Relativity. p.32.
61. Science Frontiers. No.44, March-April 1986, p.2. See Note 88.
62. Albert Einstein, Geometry and Experience, in Sidelights on Relativity. New York, Dover Publications, 1983, p.30.
63. Ibid, pp.23-24.
64. Gardner, Relativity Explosion. p.185.
65. Blaise Pascal, Pensées, IV: 277, VII: 553.

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66. John Byl, Martin Sanderse, and Walter van der Kamp, Simple First-Order Test of Special Relativity, American Journal of Physics. 53 (1), January 1985, pp.4345.
I only stand behind "A. The Galilean Transformation". Unhappily, Dr. Byl's "B. Fresnel Drag" contains an error also made by H.Aspden (Phys. letters, 85A, 411, 1981), who is proposing the use of a solid glass tube, which we in 1982 already found to be unworkable.
Also see relevant articles in the Bulletin of the Tychonian Society
67. George Abell, Exploration of the Universe. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969, p.378.
68. Fred Hoyle. Astronomy & Cosmology, p.416.
69. Ibid, Copernicus. p.1.
70. See Stefan Marinov, Eppur Si Muove. Bruxelles, Belgium, C.B.D.S.,1977.

W. Krause, "A Critical Note Concerning Conventional Container Space Concepts" in James Paul Wesley, Progress in Space-Time Physics. 1987 Blumberg, Benjamin Wesley, 1987, p.51-56.

71. R. Latham and J. Last. "An experimental investigation of the precessional couple on a gyrocompass as a function of depth below the Earth's surface, and its relevance to the hypothetical existence of a 'tied' aether", Proceedings of the Royal Society. A320, p.131-146, 1970.
72. James Burke, The Day the Universe Changed. New York, Little, Brown, and Company, 1985, Preface.
73. C.S. Lewis, The Discarded Image. Cambridge, University Press,1964, pp.216-222.
74. James M. Boice, "God and History", in Kenneth S. Kantzer, editor, Applying the Scriptures. Zondervan, Grand Rapids, 1987, p.507.
75. J.P. Wesley, editor, Progress in Space~Time Physics. 1987 Blumber, West Germany, Benjamin Wesley - Publisher.
76. Aristotle, De Caelo. 279 B.C, quoted in C.S. Lewis, The Discarded Image. p. 96f.

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77. Fred Hoyle, Astronomy & Cosmology. pp.4647.
78. Yves Nourissat, La contribution de F. Crombette au progres de l'astronomie. Tournai (Belgique), Cercle Scientifique et Historique,1985.
79. Lewis, The Discarded Image loc. cit.
80. Ibid.
81. F. de Graaff, Anno Domini 1000, Anno Domini 2000. Kampen, J.H. Kok, p.27.
82. Walter van der Kamp, Houvast aan het hemelruim. Kampen J. H. Kok, 1985, p.105.
83. Abell, Exporation p. 126.
84. See, e.g. John Warwick Montgomery, "Law and Justice" in Kenneth S. Kantzer Applying the Scriptures. p.299-314.
85. de Graaff, Anno Domini. pp.167-168.
86. Alexandre Koyré, From the Closed World to the Infinite Universe. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1968, p.276.
87. Burke, The Day the Universe Changed. p.11.
88. W.R. Corliss, Stars: Galaxies. Cosmos. Sourcebook Project, P.O. Box 107, Glen Arm, Md, 21057.
89. See, e.g., E.W. Bullinger, The Witness of the Stars, Grand Rapids, Kregel Publications, 1974, Joseph A. Seiss, The Gospel in the Stars, Grand Rapids, Kregel, Henry M. Morris, Many Infallible Proofs, San Diego, Creation Life Publishers, 1975, pp.334-343, Ben Adam, Astrologv. the Ancient Conspiracy, Minneapolis, Bethany Fellowship, 1963.
90. Pierre Prevost, Traité de Physique Méchanique de Georges- Louis Le Sage, Deux Traités de Physique Méchanique, Geneve, J.J. Paschoud, 1818.
Also see the following treatises:

L. W. Austin and Charles B. Tuwing, An ExperimentalResearch on

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Gravitational Permeability, Physical Review, Vol.5, 1897, pp.294-300.

Q.Majorama, Theoretical and Experimental Researches on Gravitation, Philosophical Magazine Vol.39, 1920, pp.422-504.

Maurice F. C. Allais, Should the Laws of Gravitation Be Recon- sidered?, Aerospace Engineering, Vol.18, Sept.1959, pp. 46-52.

Erwin J. Saxl and Mildred Allen, 1970 Solar Eclipse as "Seen" by a Torsion Pendulum, Physical Review D: Vol. 3, No.3, 1971,pp.823-825.

Daniel R. Long, Why do we believe Newtonian Gravitation at

Laboratory Dimensions?, Physical Review D: Vol.9, No.4, 1974, pp.85O~852; Producing an Ultrahigh-Uniformity Gravitational Field, Vol.10, No.6, 1974, pp. 1677-1680; Experimental Examination of the Gravitational Inverse Square Law, Nature Vol.260, April 1976, pp.417-418.

Anonymous, Inverse Square Law for Gravity?, Nature, Vol.260,No.395, April 1976.

91. Ptolemy, Almagest. Book I, Chapter 5, quoted in C.S. Lewis, God in the Dock, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1970, p.74.
92. Richard Rhodes, The Making of the Atomic Bomb. New York, Simon and Schuster 1986, p.279.
93. S.J. Gould in Discover January 1987, quoted in Newsletter No.42, Dec.1987 of the North American Creation Movement, p.3.
94. Richard Hönigswald, Vom erkenntistheoretischen Gehalt alter Schöpfungserzählungen. Stuttgart, W. Kohlhammer 1957, pp.155 and 182.
95. Dreyer Astronomy. p. 224.
96. Ugo Baldini and George V. Coyne, S.J.., The Louvain Lectures (Lectiones Lovanienses) of Bellarmine and the Autograph Copy of his 1616 Declaration to Galileo. Citta Del Vaticano, Specola Vaticana, p.5.
97. E.J. Dijksterhuis, The Mechanization of the World Picture, Oxford, University Press, 1969, p.385.
98. Baldini and Coyne, Louvain Lectures, p.4.

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99. Ibid, p.24.
100. Arthur Koestler, The Sleepwalkers, New York, Grosset and Dunlap, 1963, p.448.
101. Imre Lekatos & Alan Musgrave, ed., Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge, Cambridge, University Press, 1976, p.92.
102. "Votre spécialisation vous empose, certes, des règles et des délimitations indéspensables dans l'investigation, mais au-delà de ces ftontières épistémologiques, laisser l'inclination de votre esprit vous porter vers l'universel et l'absolu."
103. A. Rupert Hall, From Galileo to Newton. New York, Dover Publications, 1981, p.22.
104. Baldini and Coyne, Louvain Lectures. p.25.
105. Hall, Galileo, loc. cit.
106. Sciama, Unity, pp.97-98.
107. Koestler, The Sleepwalkers p.13.
108. Th. Löbsack, Wunder, Wahn und Wirklichkeit, München, C. Bertelsmann Verlag, 1976, pp.31-32.
109. Isaac Asimov in a circular promoting the Creation/Evolution magazine, December 1986.
110. John Dunphy in Humanist Magazine. Quoted by Margaret Griffioen, Humanist Teachings Increasing in Schools, Calvinist Contact, Oct. 24, 1986, p.1.
111. Edwin Arnold, The Light of Asia, Book VIII.
112. Michael Denton, Evolution: a Theory in Crisis. American edition, Maryland, Adler & Adler, 1986, p.15.
113. Ibid.,p.67.
114. Ibid, pp.251-252
115. John Donne, An Anatomy of the World, 1611, lines 205 and 213.

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116. See John C. Green The Death of Adam, Ames, Iowa State University Press, 1959.
117. Norman L. Geisler in Update, Nov.1986, p.6.
118. F. von Schiller, Die Piccolomini, Act V, Scene I "Das eben ist der Fluch der bösen Tat, Dasz sie fortzeugend immer böses musz gebähren."
119. Alexandre Koyré, Closed World, p.276.
120. Koestler, Sleepwalkers, p. 565f.
121. Hoyle, Copernicus, p.44.
122. Hall, Galileo p.22.
123. Quoted in F.K. Schultze's synopsis and translation of F.E. Pasche's Christliche Weltanschauuing.
124. F.E..Pasche, Christliche Weltanschauuing. Milwaukee, Germania Publishing Co., 1904.

Ibid., Die Bible und Astronomy. 1906.

125. Robert E. Kofahl, Correctly Redefining Distorted Science, Creation Research Society Ouarterly, Dec., 1986, p.112.
126. W.H. Gispen, Schepping en paradijs Kampen, J.H. Kok1 1966, p.12.
127. Loc.cit.
128. Quoted in David Hume Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. ed. Norman Kemp Smith, Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Ninth Printing, p.19.
129. Fred Hoyle, The Intelligent Universe.
130. William Paley, Natural Theology, reprinted by St. Thomas Press, Houston, 1972, p.1.
131. See C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man, London, Goeffrey Bles, 1956.
132. L. Essen, Relativity p.21.

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133. Plato, Meno 80d.
134. George Roche, A World Without Heroes. Hillsdale College Press, HillsdaIe, Mich., 1987, p.113.
135. Douglas Gilbert and Clyde S. Kilby, C.S. Lewis: Images of His World. Grand Rapids, W.B. Eerdmans, 1973, p.44.
136. Barfield, Saving the Appearances. p.85.
137. Editorial, "Hold on to Scripture... and your hat", Calvinist Contact, Aug.23, 1985.
138. Dryer, Astronomy p.309.
139. Stanley L. Jaki, The Absolute Beneath the Relative: Reflections on Einsteins's Theories, The Intercollegiate Review, Spring/Summer 1985, p.36
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