|Dr. Leo (Jake) Hebert III|
|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 focuses much of his work on climates before and after Noah’s Flood, 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.
Available resources by Jake Hebert:
- The Ice Age and the Flood: Does Science Really Show Millions of Years?
- The Ice Age: Real and Recent DVD
- Dinosaurs on Display: A Fossil Walk with the Beasts of the Earth DVD
- Guide to Creation Basics
- Creation Basics & Beyond
- Guide to the Universe
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.