This won’t be a very long post. The last time we wrote about this subject was Jason Lisle’s “Instant Starlight” Paper, Again. As you know, Jason Lisle, Ph.D. is the creationist astrophysicist employed by Answers in Genesis (AIG).
Jason has another post on his “instant starlight” theory, which you can read here: Asking about ASC, Part 1. “ASC” is his abbreviation for Anisotropic Synchrony Convention. Jason’s post today is his first regarding feedback he received on his theory. There should be at least one more.
We’re not going to summarize what Jason says, because our readers discussed the identical points — e.g., the Michelson-Morley experiment and Maxwell’s equations — in almost 100 comments to our last thread. Although there’s nothing new for us in Jason’s post today, we’re bringing it to your attention because this is an interesting subject, and until Jason’s theory becomes a farce — which hasn’t happened yet — we’ll stay with it.
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