Dr John Hartnett
Physics, Cosmology (Australia)
John G. Hartnett received both his B.Sc. (hons) and his Ph.D. with distinction from the Department of Physics at the University of Western Australia (UWA). He works with the Frequency Standards and Metrology research group, holding the rank of tenured Research Professor (the equivalent of Reader in the UK, would be Full Professor in the USA). See John’s university web page.
John’s research interests include the development of ultra-stable cryogenically cooled microwave oscillators based on a sapphire crystal, ultra low-noise radar, tests of fundamental theories of physics such as Special and General Relativity and measurement of drift in fundamental constants and their cosmological implications.
John has a keen interest in cosmology and how it applies to the creationist world-view. He is also developing new physics that has established that there is no need to assume the existence of dark matter in the universe. He has published more than 150 papers in scientific journals.
Dr Hartnett was announced as the winner of the 2010 W.G. Cady award by IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society.
The W.G. Cady Award recognizes outstanding contributions in the fields of piezoelectric or other classical frequency control, selection and measurement and resonant sensor devices.
The citation reads: “for the construction of ultra-stable cryogenic sapphire
dielectric resonator oscillators and promotion of their applications in the fields
of frequency metrology and radio-astronomy.”
The award will be presented during the 2010 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium at Newport Beach, California in June.
Last year’s winner was Sir Eric Ash.
- Dismantling the Big Bang: God’s Universe Rediscovered, (co-authored with Alex Williams).
- Hubble, Bubble the Big Bang in Trouble (DVD)
- Starlight, Time and the New Physics
- Hartnett, J.G., The distance modulus determined from Carmeli’s cosmology fits the accelerating universe data of the high-redshift type Ia supernovae without dark matter, Found. Phys. 36(6):839–861, June 2006. <arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0501526>
- Hartnett, J.G., Spiral galaxy rotation curves determined from Carmelian general relativity, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 45(11):2118–2136, November 2006. <arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0511756>
- Hartnett, J.G., Tobar, M.E., Properties of gravitational waves in Cosmological general relativity, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 45(11):2181–2190, November 2006. <arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0603067>
- Oliveira, F.J., Hartnett, J.G., Carmeli’s cosmology fits data for an accelerating and decelerating universe without dark matter or dark energy, Found. Phys. Lett. 19(6):519–535, November 2006. <arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0603500>
- Hartnett, J.G., Oliveira,F.J., Luminosity distance, angular size and surface brightness in Cosmological General Relativity, Found. Phys. 37(3):446–454, 2007. <arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0603500>
- Hartnett, J.G., Spheroidal and elliptical galaxy radial velocity dispersion determined from Cosmological General Relativity, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 47(5): 1252–1260, 2008. <arxiv.org/abs/0707.2858>
- Hartnett, J.G., Extending the redshift-distance relation in Cosmological General Relativity to higher redshifts, Found. Phys. 38(3): 201–215, 2008. <arxiv.org/abs/0705.3097>
- J.G. Hartnett, K. Hirano, Galaxy redshift abundance periodicity from Fourier analysis of number counts N(z) using SDSS and 2dF GRS galaxy surveys, Astrophysics and Space Science, Vol. 318, No. 1 & 2, pp. 13-24, 2008. <arxiv.org/abs/0711.4885>
- Does observational evidence indicate the universe is expanding?—part 1: the case for time dilation
- Does observational evidence indicate the universe is expanding?—part 2: the case against expansion
- Modern science in creationist thinking
- Does the Bible really describe expansion of the universe?
- A creationist cosmology in a galactocentric universe
- Where are we in the universe?
- Quasars again defy a big bang explanation
- Recent Cosmic Microwave Background data supports creationist cosmologies
- Cosmologists Can’t Agree and Are Still In Doubt!
- The heavens declare a different story!
- The Big Bang fails another test (CMB doesn’t cast the right shadow)
- Echoes of the big bang … or noise?
- Dark matter and a cosmological constant in a creationist cosmology?
- Has ‘dark matter’ really been proven? Clarifying the clamour of claims from colliding clusters
- Quasar with enormous redshift found embedded in nearby spiral galaxy with far lower redshift: unsolvable riddle for big bang astronomy
- The Lawgiver is the biblical Creator God
- Youngest and brightest galaxy … or is it?
- Islam: Cult of apartheid in the West
- Bye-bye, big bang?
- Is there any evidence for a change in c?
- A 5D spherically symmetric expanding universe is young
- WMAP ‘proof’ of big bang fails normal radiological standards
- Planck sees the Big Bang—or not?
- Sight and the centre of the universe
- Heretic challenges the giants!