RAE Show Outline and Video: Who Invented "e"? God or Man?
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Featured Video: Who Invented "e"? God or Man?
With Hosts Doug Sharp and Rich Geer, Derek Marshall discusses the Natural logarithmic base "e". First, a brief introduction to "e" is followed by a short discussion on how it is defined in mathematics. Lastly, Derek gives three examples of where "e" may be approximated in Genesis. Produced by www.rae.org
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The Creation Function produces a logarithmic spiral pattern that makes 7 full rotations, just like 7 days is seven full rotations of the Earth. The Bible says that the World was Created in seven days. We see that this "seven days" is actually "seven rotations of Creation".
Time Interval Ratios of "e" Found in Genesis Creation, Flood
This paper provides more detail as to the claims made by Derek on the 3/9/21 RAE-TV show Who Invented "e"? . On that program, he gave several examples of approximations of "e" found in the Bible.
Note from Author: "This paper has been peer-reviewed by over six current YEC's and even though it has not been accepted for publication, all constructive criticisms have been answered either in the text or in the "Who Invented "e" outline. Most of the issues raised by the last two reviewers were nothing more than opinions or matters of style. For example, I do not believe that one needs to be a Hebrew scholar to understand God's Word. The paper is factually correct and the arguments and conclusions my own."---Derek
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Derek Marshall of East Lansing, MI is an electrical engineer who holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Michigan State University. An inventor and former Marine, Derek discovered the Creation Function in 2005 and has applied it to many of the Bible’s more difficult topics as well as questions in Modern Physics and Chemistry.
East Lansing, Michigan, United States