Kenneth Kartman, former President and current Vice-President
of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee will present
Absolute Quality Education"
Exploring Einstein’s Two Most
Perplexing Questions, In
Easily Understood Terms
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Einstein spent most of his life, as do many physicists, trying to solve the
problems between reality on a very small (atomic) scale—a microcosm: quantum
physics, and reality on a very large (gravitational) scale—a
macrocosm: Newtonian physics. In fact, Einstein labored for years, as
have others, trying to reconcile the differences between these two cornerstones
of classical physics that have always been at odds with one another, but to no
have searched for a "Unified Field Theory", sometimes known
as the "Theory of Everything (TOE)", only to run into the
same old conundrum: The Second Law of Thermodynamics cannot be derived from Newton’s Laws. Simply
put, the two have thus far been irreconcilable, in that Newtonian Mechanics are time
reversible, but The Second Law of Thermodynamics isn't. That apparent
fact—that you can’t derive one law from the other—makes for an incomplete
picture in what is otherwise, basically, a very complete system…and it drives
Mr. Kartman’s presentation
will resolve this dilemma by delivering the elusive answers to Einstein’s two
most perplexing questions: What is the opposition to gravity? and How can
E=mc2 be reconciled with F=ma? And he will
explain it in an easily
understood, straightforward manner--one does not need to be a physicist, a mathematician,
or even an adult to grasp this truth, hence the title: An Absolute Quality
earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Education and Masters of
Science in Industrial-Technology Education from the University of
Wisconsin-Stout. At Arrowhead High School, Hartland,
Wisconsin, he was an Industrial
Technology Instructor and Department Coordinator as well as Football Coach.
technology field, Kartman was the Vice President of Brush Holder Sales at
Helwig Carbon Products, Inc., one of the last
American owned manufacturers of electro-mechanical brushes, brush
holders, and electro-mechanical contacts located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. During
his tenure there, Kartman re-engineered the brush and brush holder assemblies
for all 18 generators within the Hoover Dam, as well as brush and brush holder
assemblies on hydro dams and generators across the United States ...including
steel, mining, oil, and other large and small industries throughout North
Kartman served as CSSM
President from 2006-2013 and now serves as Vice-President of the group.
by the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee, Kartman’s presentation is slated
for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14, at Zion
Church, N48W18700 Lisbon Road (Northeast corner
of Lisbon and Brookfield Roads), Menomonee Falls, WI.
The presentation is free and open to the public.
Future Creation Science Events: Tuesday, February 18, 2014, Jay Seegert presents, "Faith is Not a 4-Letter Word"
Tuesday, March 11, 2014, Dr. Jerry Bergman presents: "Darwinism's Blunders, Frauds and Forgeries"
Tuesday, April 16, 2014, Jerry Frye will be presenting.