Reflections on the Worthiness of Human Creation

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2008 - Science - 120 pages
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Reflections on the Worthiness of Human Creation explains the origins of the world energy crisis brought on by the abuse of God's gift of fossil fuel to mankind. To give a better understanding of the origins of the crisis, the book first examines and resolves the apparent contradictions between the theories of creation and evolution. The book then offers, for the first time ever, a scientifically valid solution to the crisis based on sound engineering principles, involving a sustainable balance between population, renewable energy production, and fossil fuel consumption. Readers will agree that the proposed solution must be adopted in order to transition mankind from mindless, extravagant waste to a way of life that can be sustained indefinitely, within the means provided by the Creator. K. T. CHANG, a retired aerospace engineer, was born and raised in China. After serving as a flight dispatcher in India for the "over the Hump" China supply effort in World War II, he immigrated to the United States, where he earned an MS degree in Structural Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, an MS degree in Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Washington, and a PhD in Engineering Mechanics from Stanford University. After a decades-long career with the Garrett AiResearch Corporation, he retired and settled in Saratoga, California, where he currently lives with his wife, Rose Fei Chang. This book is the culmination of many years of research and reflection about human creation and the looming world catastrophe.
 

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Contents

In the Beginning
5
External Intelligence Phenomenon
13
The Dilemma Lifestyle vs Population
19
The Present Recognizing It
33
Revelations through Transeipology
35
The Tao of Energy Flow in the JCycle
43
A Proposed Solution
59
The Future Directing It
67
A Universal SEM Diagram
77
A Human Life Living It
83
A Difficult Transition
85
A Philosophical Look into the Future
89
Appendices
95
Typewriting Chinese Characters
97
List of Acronyms
105
Copyright

A Sustainable Energy Management Diagram
69

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