Lecturer on Astronomy and the age of the universe, M.S. (Astro/Geophysics)
Keith has an M.S. in Astro/Geophysics from the Institute of Creation Research where he studied under Larry Vardiman and Danny Faulkner. Keith enjoys uncovering evidence of a recent creation in the fields of astronomy and cosmology. His current research interests include the analysis of the range of ages of supernova remnant populations and the class of cosmological models that postulate a universe that has its origin under conditions of low temperature and entropy. He is the author of a number of articles that have been published in the CRSQ Journal, the Journal of Creation and the ICR 'Impact" series. His most recent article "Counting down to Zero" can be found in the Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Creationism. Keith currently divides his time between Canada and Wales and enjoys opportunities to speak on topics relating to astronomy in a 6,000-year-old universe.