Bryant Wood

From: Judy Toronchuk (
Date: Sun Oct 28 2001 - 17:14:10 EST

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    Glenn Morton wrote:

    "This, along with his association with Baugh and Clifford Wilson makes it
    clear that he is of the YEC persuasion. Baugh is a real weirdo who wrote in
    one book that a pterodactyl was excavated alive from solid rock in a French
    site! Baugh has some of my favorite quotations of any YEC. Baugh writes:

    "On day number four, when the sun was created, the energy of the sun upon
    this hydrogen would have caused a gentle pink glow. . . .
            "The statement is made that this light 'ruled the day.' Scientists
    researchers are finding that the most important color in the entire spectrum
    is pink. This is the color that is produced by energized hydrogen. They
    find that plants grow better under pink light and that individuals respond
    in mood to pink light. Researchers have found that when a person is
    affected by the right spectrum of pink light, the brain secrets
    norepinephren. Norepinephren is a natural tranquilizer and
    neurotransmitter. Before the flood, man was dominated by various spectra of
    pink light. The tranquility of his environment offered him the ability to
    have his brain work at maximum effieciency." ~ Carl Baugh, Panorama of
    Creation, (Oklahoma City: Southwest Radio Church, 1989), p. 50-51

    Although I am in neuroscience I have never read anything about individuals
    responding to pink light, but I can tell you that norepinephrine (also
    called noradrenalin) is hardly a tranquilizer. It is structurally nearly
    identical to adrenalin and affects the body and brain in an almost identical

    Judy Toronchuk
    Trinity Western University

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