[2.] A. De Morgan, 1872. A Budget of Paradoxes, second edition; edited by D.E. Smith, 1915, (Chicago & London: The Open Court Publishing Co.), Vol. 1, p. 36.
[3.] For complete documentation of the Biblical significance of geocentricity see G.D. Bouw, 1984. With Every Wind of Doctrine: Biblical, Historical and Scientific Perspectives of Geocentricity (Cleveland: Tychonian Society).
[4.] Barbour and Berttotti, 1977, Il Nuovo Cimento B, 38.1.
G. B. Brown, 1955. Proceedings of the Phys. Soc. B, 68:672.
H. Thirring, 1916, Phys. Z., 19:33.
J. Lense and H.Thirring, Phys. Z., 22:29.
P. Gerber, 1898, Ztschr. f. Math. u. Physik, 43:93.
C. Møller, 1952. The Theory of Relativity (Oxford: Clarendon Press), pp. 318-321.
P. Moon and D.E. Spencer, 1959. Philos. of Science, 26:125.
W.G.V. Rosser, 1964, An Intro. to the Theory of Relativity (London: Butterworths), p. 460.
[5.] The speed of light is only a speed limit for bodies moving thorough the stellar universe, not for rotation. Also see T.G. Barnes, 1983. Physics of the Future, (El Cajon: Institute for Creation Research), p. 127.
[6.] Sir F. Hoyle, 1975, Astronomy and Cosmology: A Modern Course (San Francisco: W.H. Freeman & Co.), p. 416.
[7.] It is common among Creationists to assume that the firmament was a canopy of water in one form or another; but whether there ever was a canopy before the flood, it cannot be equated with the firmament simply because Genesis 1:17 tells us that God set the stars in the firmament, not above it as would have to be the case if the canopy was meant. Since God called the firmament "Heaven" (Genesis 1:8) it must follow that the firmament is at least the size of the universe.
[8.] G.D. Bouw, 1987. "A New Look at the Æ ther", in Progress in Space-Time Physics, J.P. Wesley, ed. (Benjamin Wesley Publ.: Weiderdammstrasse 24, 7712 Blumberg, West Germany).
G.D. Bouw, 1987. Bulletin of the Tychonian Society, No. 43, p. 11.
J. Byl, 1988. Bulletin of the Tychonian Society, No. 47, p. 6.
G.D. Bouw, 1988, Bulletin of the Tychonian Society p. 11.
G.D. Bouw, 1989. A detailed derivation in preparation.
[9.] This phenomenon is called "the missing mass". For a review see G.D. Bouw, 1977, Creation Research Society Quarterly, 14(2):108.