Real Science Radio

Real Science RadioBest of Real Science Radio

Welcome to Real Science Radio: with co-hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams who talk about science to debunk evolution and to show the evidence for the creator God including from biology, geology, astronomy, and physics. (For example, mutations will give you bad legs long before you'd get good wings.) Not only do we get to debate Darwinists and atheists like Lawrence Krauss, AronRa, and Eugenie Scott, and easily take potshots from popular evolutionists like PZ Myers, Phil Plait, and Jerry Coyne, but we also occasionally interview the outstanding scientists who dare to challenge today's accepted creed that nothing created everything.

Tonight! Climate Hustle at a Theater Near You

Date: May 2, 2016 Length: 28:50
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* Climate Hustle in Theaters Tonight Only: For a brief few minutes, Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart gets to speak with Dr. Bonner Cohen, one of the senior policy analysts behind tonight's Climate Hustle film. If you live in the Denver area, try to make the 7 p.m. showing at the Promenade, or on the 16th Street Mall, Belmar, Orchard, Greenwood, or Highlands Ranch, or join Bob and the RSR crew at the UA Theater at Colorado Mills! And if you live elsewhere, check for a theater at climatehustlemovie.com for this one-night-only Fathom Event near you. Remember also that on Friday we interviewed one of the writer/producers of Climate Hustle, Craig Rucker. And finally, Bob highlights the funnier (or sadder) global warming hype news headlines of the last few years!


Now available in streaming video rental: RSR's Global Flood Video!

Part 1 and part 2 are now available for streaming video rental. Each part is $4.99 to rent for up 5 views and the rental will expire in 30 days. When you click on the video a "Buy Now" pop-up will allow you to complete your transaction. In your e-mail, you will also get an individual password, in case you need it to sign in and watch later. 

Global Flood and Hydroplate Theory Part 1

 

 

Global Flood and Hydroplate Theory Part 2

 



Climate Hustle Interview & Wistar Anniversary Report

Date: Apr 29, 2016 Length: 53:22
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* Craig Rucker of Climate Hustle on RSR: Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart interviews writer and producer Craig Rucker, of Monday night's Fathom Event film, Climate Hustle! If you live in the Denver area, try to make the 7 p.m. showing at the Promenade, or on the 16th Street Mall, or Belmar, Orchard, Greenwood, or Highlands Ranch, or join Bob and the RSR crew at the UA Theater at Colorado Mills! And if you live elsewhere, check for a theater near you at climatehustlemovie.com.

* Wistar Conference 50th Anniversary Report: Fifty years ago this week in Philadelphia on the University of Pennsylvania campus dozens of the world’s most expert minds in mathematics and engineering meet for the Wistar Conference. These were professors from MIT and Harvard who invited their colleagues from their own universities and elsewhere, and especially the biology professors. They met to question, mathematically, whether or not Darwinian evolution were even possible. Bob Enyart reports on the meeting from a half century ago and updates the argument with the latest findings from molecular biology!

Now available in streaming video rental: RSR's Global Flood Video!

Part 1 and part 2 are now available for streaming video rental. Each part is $4.99 to rent for up 5 views and the rental will expire in 30 days. When you click on the video a "Buy Now" pop-up will allow you to complete your transaction. In your e-mail, you will also get an individual password, in case you need it to sign in and watch later. 

Global Flood and Hydroplate Theory Part 1

 

 

Global Flood and Hydroplate Theory Part 2

 


On today's program, Bob promised three images. So just look below for RSR's Evolution Vision Challenge and click for our PZ Myers's Trochlea Challenge and our Dawkins 3-to-1 Evolution Challenge!  

 

RSR Explains Extraordinary Cancer Antibody Treatment

Date: Apr 22, 2016 Length: 28:50
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

CBS News has reported on a new cancer treatment tried on 35 terminally-ill, advanced-stage leukemia sufferers. The disease went into remission in 94%, or 33 of 35 patients! Dr. Michael Grossbard, New York University's Perlmutter Cancer Center leukemia specialist told CBS News, "Oncologists are reluctant to use the word extraordinary. But these [results] are extraordinary. These are really remarkable findings..." Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart turns to RSR's targeted-antibody expert, Jonathan Bartlett, who explains both the molecular biology behind this new treatment and the worldview implications ahead of it. Bartlett also discusses the impossibility that an evolutionist faces in trying to understand such a treatment and why so many scholars are fleeing Darwinism.

Hear Jonathan's 2010 RSR intereview .org, visit the Blyth Institute at blythinstitute.org and you can check out the Alternatives to Methodological Naturalism Conference at am-nat.org.
 

American College of Pediatricians on RSR

Date: Apr 15, 2016 Length: 32:25
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

Bob Enyart interviews endocrinologist Dr. Quentin Van Meter, vice president of the American College of Pediatricians about the gender confusion that is foisted upon children by the politically correct establishment of the western world. Their website, acpeds.org, states that human sexuality is an objective biological binary trait, XY or XX, making the child a boy or girl at conception, and that conditioning children into believing a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful is child abuse.

* BEL YouTube Channel Note: We asked and you helped! Thanks so much! Our Ramsey: The Clue that Breaks the Case video has now surpassed 10,000 views. Our next request: Please help us reach our short-term goal for the Bob Enyart Live YouTube Channel of 150,000 views! We're so close! (And while you're at it, if you'd like to help even more, you can click Subscribe, which is free of course.) So you can watch any of our science videos. Also, our Dump Starbucks video is nearing 20,000 views, so perhaps you can help us reach both goals by viewing this:

 

 

Today's Resource: Bible Tour of Turkey - Blu-ray & DVD

New... now on video. Join Bob and his friends from the BEL audience on their Bible tour of Turkey! The stories of Scripture come to life as you see the actual locations of the extraordinary events recorded in the Bible. Many archaeological discoveries confirm the historical accounts in God's written word. If we can find evidence that the story of the Bible is true, perhaps then, the moral of the story may be true also! And of course it is, as confirmed by many infallible proofs! This video is packed with exciting details that you won't want to miss!

 

Spring 2016 Creation Mag Headlines Pt 2

Date: Apr 8, 2016 Length: 31:37
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* RSR Show Summary: Real Science Radio's Bob Enyart and Fred Williams share more news headlines from the current issue of creation.com/magazine. (The guys are wondering, by the way, whether you have subscribed yet for yourself or for a friend, child, or grandchild?) On today's program hear about yet another example of the bad science that flows from Darwinism, this time, regarding the appendix, which is not a vestigial organ. Then there's the unfossilized bones of a hadrosaur recently discovered in Alaska and reported in a respected science journal. Mainstream news headlines, however, caught Bob and Fred's attention at the start of today's program. A study reports that believers use the emotional and not the analytical part of their brain when they think about God. Of course that makes sense because, just as the guys describe their thoughts toward their wives, so too are our thoughts toward the Lord, for God is a person. Those who believe in Him love Him with all their heart, mind, soul, and strength. So, as the fear of the Lord is the "beginning" of wisdom, and analytical thinking accompanies conversion, it is the relationship between God and man that then flowers into worship and love.

* BEL YouTube Channel Note: Here's an easy way to help us grow the Bob Enyart Live YouTube Channel. You can watch any of our science videos or help us cross the 10,000-views mark by viewing our Ramsey: The Clue that Breaks the Case video...

 
* Update: Thanks guys! We reached 10,000 views this week on this video!

More Polish Kids Surviving Cerebral Palsy: RSR Knows Why

Date: Apr 1, 2016 Length: 28:50
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* Real Science Radio interviews Brent Rooney: Bob Enyart interviews Justice for Kids' founder Brent Rooney on the horrific effects and the leading preventable cause of premature birth. A decade after our 2006 interview at rsr.org/rooney, today's program highlights the confirmation of Brent's prediction that reduced abortion rates will result in reduced premature birth and the related childhood death from cerebral palsy. Thirty years of data from Poland's Central Statistical Office shows their 98% reduction in reduced abortions and their 85% decrease in the number of children dying before the age of five from cerebral palsy. Bob and Brent also present the medical reasons why abortion leads to increased premature birth including long-lasting uterine infection of susceptible left-behind parts of the baby and placenta and the weakening of the cervix which then is unable to hold the baby until he or she is full term.

* May 2016 Update from the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology: See this latest metastudy that reports on over a million women, at ajog.org. This latest "study of studies" established prior induced abortions as a risk factor for significant increased risk of premature delivery of a newborn baby. This leading U.S. medical journal uses data from 28 prior 'abortion-preemie' studies (with 913.297 subjects), plus additional data, and finds that prior surgical abortion multiplies premature delivery risk by 1.52. The case is similar also for prior chemical  (aka 'medical') abortions, which also increase the risk of premature delivery. The 2016 Saccone study gave a 94% confidence factor that prior chemical abortion increase risk of preterm birth. So with May's AJOG study, there are now four "studies of studies", all confirming the harm done by abortionists to future children. And please remember that premature babies have raised risk of 'MACE' (Mental retardation, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy) disorders and higher odds of blindness, deafness, respiratory distress, ADHD, gastrointestinal injury, and serious infection.

Rerun: Creation Magazine Headlines

Date: Mar 25, 2016 Length: 28:50
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* Technical Difficulties: The Bob Enyart Live and Real Science Radio programs are experiencing technical difficulties. We expect that we should be back up and running by Monday, March 28th. Prayers are appreciated!

* For BEL's 25th Anniversary

RSR: Spring 2016 Creation Magazine Headlines

Date: Mar 18, 2016 Length: 28:50
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

Real Science Radio's Bob Enyart and Fred Williams share with the audience the news headlines from the current issue of creation.com/magazine. (The guys highly recommend that you subscribe for yourself and a friend, child, or grandchild!) They discuss the coywolf, aka the Eastern coyote; the collective memory of the Aboriginal people of the time when sea level was low; the new fossilized tropical forest found in Arctic Norway; science denier and popular YouTube atheist AronRa; the formerly thought habitable exoplanet Kepler-438b; and the huge gorge in Spain carved out in six years.

RSR's Transient Events in the Solar System Pt 2

Date: Mar 11, 2016 Length: 45:24
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* Short-lived Events Everywhere they Shouldn't BeBob Enyart and Fred Williams conclude Real Science Radio's list of transient (fleeting) events in our solar system that we should not be seeing If the solar system actually were 4.55 billion years old. (That third significant digit exposes the marketing hype of the evolutionists who commonly add it as a psychological device to convince the public of a fictitious precision.) By now the solar system should have reached a stasis. Instead, scientists observe a great number of short-lived occurrences (transient phenomena) on many of our planets and even their moons, including the rapid decline of magnetic fields (note the plural), of volcanic eruptions, youthful (non-dusted) and changing rings, a still melting inner core, rapidly changing "ancient" features; extremely high heat loss; rapid accumulation of dust; radon, helium, etc., outgassing, massive plumes, and add to all that the transient nature of comets and even of events on many asteroids and trans-Neptunian objects.

RSR's List of the Transient Events in the Solar System

Date: Mar 4, 2016 Length: 30:43
Download: Dialup / Broadband Stream: Dialup / Broadband Comment: at TheologyOnline

* Short-lived Events Everywhere they Shouldn't Be: Bob Enyart and Fred Williams present Real Science Radio's list of transient (fleeting) events in our solar system that we should not be seeing If the solar system actually were 4.55 billion years old. By now the solar system should have reached a stasis. Instead, scientists observe a great number of short-lived occurrences (transient phenomena) on many of our planets and even their moons, including the rapid decline of magnetic fields (note the plural), of volcanic eruptions, youthful (non-dusted) and changing rings, a still melting inner core, rapidly changing "ancient" features; extremely high heat loss; rapid accumulation of dust; radon, helium, etc., outgassing, massive plumes, and add to all that the transient nature of comets and even of events on many asteroids and trans-Neptunian objects.

Many unexpected transient events in our solar system: If the solar system actually were 4.55 billion years old (that third significant digit exposes the marketing hype of the evolutionists who commonly add it as a psychological device to convince the public of a fictitious precision), by now it should have reached a stasis. Instead, scientists observe a great number of fleeting, short-lived occurrences (transient phenomena) including:

- Mercury: rapid decline of its magnetic field
- Venus: recent volcanic eruptions and the apparent signficant slowing of rotation
- Earth: rapid decline of magnetic fieldinner core meltingblack smokersrapidly changing "ancient" geologic features
- Moon: rsr.org/moon#TLP cites unexpected heat, dust, molten outer core, volcanism, radon & helium emissions
- Mars: eruption of apparent water vapor plumes to 200 kilometers and outgassing of its moons Phobos and Deimos
- Jupiter: moon Europa erupting and Io giving off 10x more heat than tidal pumping can explain
- Saturn: rings are young and changing and Enceladus is erupting (hear RSR interview former JPL systems administrator)
- Comets: short-period comets (and the Oort cloud will never be found, because it does not exist)
- Asteroids: that outgass, that have six tails, the look like comets, etc., see phys.orgNASAEarthSkyetc.
- TNOs: Trans-Neptunian Objects are thousands of years old because millions of years would have randomized their perihelions
- And please send any examples that you may come across to us at Bob@rsr.org.

* More Mars News: Nasa finds that Mars, "once had 1-mile deep oceans and STILL remains moist".  

* Transient Events in the Universe: Here is an exercise for the student. Do research to learn whether or not there are any transient events in the universe, that is, whether there are any universe-wide temporary phenomenon that we are observing right now! (Hint: Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss may have an answer.)

Syndicate content