Daniel Friedmann is an engineering physicist, a CEO of an Aerospace corporation  and an author, who focuses on studying the origin of the universe and life on earth both from the scientific and biblical perspectives.
Born in Chile and raised in Canada, he is currently CEO of a large aerospace corporation involved in space exploration and in particular the Hubble telescope. He is a professional engineer and holds a master’s degree in engineering physics. He has 30 years’ experience in the space industry, having worked on projects in fifteen countries while throughout the decades conducting extensive scientific research. He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers on space industry topics and cosmology. He is also a long time student of religion and for the past 14 years has attended the Vancouver Kollel center for learning. His work on reconciling the biblical account with scientific observation utilizing his biblical clock formula has been reported in various newspapers, magazines and radio talk shows. He is passionate about helping young adults put science and the Bible in correct context. He is the author of The Genesis One Code, which demonstrates an alignment between the times of key events described in the creation narrative in the book of Genesis with those derived from scientific theory and observation. He is currently writing a second book entitled Adam and the Homo sapiens which will demonstrate an alignment between the key events and timeline recounting the appearance of humans in the book of Genesis with those derived from the fossil record and genetic studies.
Daniel pedals to work, 45 minutes each way while listening to bible study lectures on an mp3 player. In summer months, the spry 56-year-old sea kayaks, hikes and rock climbs. From October to June, he loves skiing, especially in the backcountry.
- The Genesis One Code (2011), available in paper back and e book
- Adam and the Homo Sapiens (expected 2013)
- Daniel Friedmann (official website)
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