Things that go Bump in the Night – Resource Review

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Black holes and Dark Matter; those are two subjects that I’ve always lacked understanding in. Of course, I’m not alone in this. Many people don’t understand how these unseen objects work—and when it comes to dark matter, even scientists themselves are in the dark as well! That’s why I was so excited to get my hands on a copy of Dr. Danny Faulkner’s new DVD ‘Things that go Bump in the Night’ from the AiG … Read more

Video: Interview with Dr. Danny Faulkner

Vinnie and Joe interview Dr. Danny Faulkner in the Johnson Observatory at the Creation Museum and cover subjects like Distant Starlight, Black Holes, and Dark Matter.

Learn More about the Creation Museum and the Johnson Observatory: http://www.creationmuseum.com
Creation in the 21st Century – Light Travel and Time: http://bit.ly/c21ctvfaulkner

Danny Faulkner is a creation scientist and educator specialized in Astronomy and Physics. For over 25 years he was on the faculty of the University of South Carolina Lancaster, where he taught physics and astronomy. He was Chair of its Division of Math, Science, Nursing, and Public Health (2009–2012).[1] In 2012, Dr. Faulkner retired as a full professor and now holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus.[2] In January, 2013 he joined Answers in Genesis as a full time scientist and speaker.

Dr. Danny R. Faulkner has a B.S. (Math), M.S. (Physics), M.A. and PhD (Astronomy, Indiana University). For over 25 years he was on the faculty of the University of South Carolina Lancaster, where he taught physics and astronomy. He was Chair of its Division of Math, Science, Nursing, and Public Health (2009–2012). Dr. Faulkner retired as a full professor and now holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. In January, 2013 he joined Answers in Genesis and its Creation Museum full time. He has published more than a hundred papers in various astronomy and astrophysics journals. So far, Dr. Faulkner has published one book, Universe by Design.