Dr. Leo (Jake) Hebert III
Research Associate
Physics, the Ice Age, Problems with the Big Bang

Dr. Hebert earned a master’s degree in physics in 1999 from Texas A&M University, where he studied optics and was a Dean’s Graduate Fellow 1995-1996. He received his Ph.D. in 2011 from the University of Texas at Dallas, where his research involved a study of the possible connection between fair-weather atmospheric electricity and weather and climate. He has taught at both the high school and university levels. He joined ICR in 2011 as a research associate and is currently researching the post-Flood Ice Age, the dating methods used to assign ages to the seafloor sediments and deep ice cores, and cosmology, among other research endeavors. He is the author of The Ice Age and the Flood: Does Science Really Show Millions of Years? and a contributor to Guide to Creation Basics, Creation Basics & Beyond, and Guide to the Universe.

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Technical Articles

Hebert, J. 2013. Two possible mechanisms linking cosmic rays to weather and climate. Journal of Creation. 27 (2): 91-98.

Hebert, J. 2013. Apparent difficulties with a CMAS cosmic ray-weather/climate link. Journal of Creation. 27 (3): 93-97.

Hebert, J. 2014. Are cosmic rays affecting high-latitude winter cyclones? Journal of Creation. 28 (1): 59-67.

Hebert, J. 2014. Solar activity, cold European winters, and the Little Ice Age. Journal of Creation. 28 (1): 114-121.

Hebert, J. 2014. Circular Reasoning in the Dating of Deep Seafloor Sediments and Ice Cores: The Orbital Tuning Method. Answers Research Journal. 7: 297-309.