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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.

RSR: Darwin vs Mosquito Reproduction & Bee Vomit

Date: Apr 17, 2015 Length: 33:34
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* The Latest Creation Magazine: is a tour de force against evolution and atheism. Real Science Radio hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams love reporting on its articles, but reject one implication, that volcanoes operated during creation week. Walt Brown's Hydroplate Theory explains how the Flood mechanism resulted in all similarly destructive effects: Earth's radioactivity, Earth and lunar craters, etc., earthquakes, volcanism, etc.

RSR vs. The Blood Moon Prophecy Fad

Date: Apr 10, 2015 Length: 28:49
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Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart attempts to rebut the Blood Moon fad popularized by televangelist John Hagee and originated by Pastor Mark Biltz. Basic astronomy explains why lunar eclipses occur in the Spring and Fall, and on Hebrew feast days which themselves are set based on the moon's orbit. Also, these "signs" are typically not even visible in Jerusalem, they don't fall on the 1492 and 1948 years that Rev. Hagee claimed they fall on, and one eclipse hyped by Pastor Biltz was visible only to the few folks living on a couple islands in and near the arctic circle. Astronomer Danny Faulkner joins Bob for the last segment of the program. (This program is based on a recent sermon at Denver Bible Church. Click to subscribe to those sermons!)

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Real Science Radio's Case Against Pot: 2015

Date: Apr 3, 2015 Length: 28:50
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Bob Enyart and RSR guest co-host Doug McBurney present the latest peer-reviewed studies, and review the last couple decades of studies showing how destructive marijuana is. Also, from their Pot-Never-Killed-Anybody file, the guys present the latest news of folks killed by marijuana.

* Research Showing the Harmful Effects of Marijuana Use

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RSR: What is the Firmament of Day 2?

Date: Mar 27, 2015 Length: 28:49
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Dear Fellow Creationists: As it turns out, this topic of the "firmament" is also of great interest to atheists. A popular anti-creationist made a 40-minute YouTube video critical of this little article. Seems we hit a nerve. Many atheists have claimed that the Bible teaches that the earth is surrounded by a solid domed sky. Instead, the Bible actually teaches that the firmament of Day Two is the crust of the earth, which thereby rebuts the widespread false allegation of a dome. When we first published this little article, that extra bonus was unexpected. Therefore we've embedded Brett Palmer's video and responded to it, and to him being taken in by the recently invented flat-earth myth, below.

At Real Science Radio (which airs on Colorado's most-powerful radio station), we teach Dr. Walt Brown's Hydroplate Theory as the best understanding of the global flood, geology and the relevant scriptures.

by Bob Enyart
Real Science Radio

On Day Two God Made the Crust of the Earth: Dr. Walt Brown's Hydroplate Theory helps to understand the global flood, geology and the relevant scriptures. On Day Two of creation, God formed the crust of the earth, called the firmament (Hebrew: raqia), which extended for miles above a worldwide subterranean ocean, and the crust of course also held waters upon its surface. If this is true, we would expect to read in the Bible that initially, the surface of the earth was covered only with water, and that then God made the earth's crust above the water. And consistent with the Hydroplate Theory (which describes a one-mile thick layer of water that was ten miles below the earth's surface), in fact the Bible teaches that God:

- "In the beginning God created... the earth. ...and darkness was on the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters" (Genesis 1:1-2). Then God,
- "laid out (raqa) the earth above the waters" (Psalm 136:6). And,
- "by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth [was] standing out of water and in the water" (2 Peter 3:5)
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- "Thus God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament" (Gen. 1:7). So,
"The earth is the Lord’s... For He has founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the waters" (Ps.24:1-2).

Where the Water Came From: The global flood then began when those "fountains of the great deep were broken up" (Gen. 7:11) for the pre-flood earth had been "standing out of water and in the water, by which the world that then existed perished, being flooded with water" (2 Peter 3:5-6). Those waters had been stored up for global judgment if needed. For when "the heavens were made," the Bible says of much of the Earth's water back then that God "lays up the deep in storehouses" (Ps. 33:6-7; see also Prov. 8:27-28). Dr. Brown's book, In the Beginning, demonstrates powerfully that the world's major geologic features flow logically from these initial conditions. But some creationists who disagree point out that, "God called the firmament Heaven" (Gen. 1:8), claiming that this firmament must be either the atmosphere (Henry Morris) or outer space (Russell Humphreys).

Overpopulation, RSR, and Wanted: More People!

Date: Mar 20, 2015 Length: 28:49
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* Nice Places vs. Lousy Places: Real Science Radio hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams follow two news stories to their inevitable conclusion: biblical creationism leads to life and anything less leads to death. And in another classic RSR segment, the guys read off a list (just below) of nice places to live, and of lousy places to live, based on population density.

* World Mag & Christian Examiner Reports: In addition to the Huffington Post infanticide article we mentioned on air, after showtime today, we found out that Bob was quoted by the Christian Examiner in their Home Depot article about an employee admonishing the company for promoting homosexuality, and that Enyart was quoted in World magazine's report on the Longmont, Colorado criminal who ripped a baby from her young mother's womb and kidnapped the child. 

Is the World Overpopulated?
by Bob Enyart 

Six people just survived the sinking of an ocean vessel. They are afloat in a lifeboat with only enough water for five. On board are a doctor, a carpenter, a nurse, a blind elderly woman, a sailor, and a counselor.

Public school students given this scenario over the years were then asked, "Who should be thrown overboard?" Environmentalists designed this exercise to teach public students to solve problems by "eliminating" excess people.

Jacques Cousteau said, "to stabilize the world population we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say," he admitted, "but it’s just as bad not to say it." This Hitlerian sentiment, published in UNESCO Courier in November 1991, is not rare among envirochondriacs.

Britain’s Prince Philip, president of the Worldwide Fund for Nature, is quoted by The New American’s Robert Lee, Sept. 5, 1994 saying that he would like to be reincarnated as a "killer virus to lower human population levels." Prince HIVlip, perhaps?

How does anyone know there is only enough water for five? Utterly discredited, yet an authority to liberals, is Population Bomb author Paul Ehrlich, who has apparently not had a single prediction come true. America, he declared: would have widespread food rationing by the late 70s, would be "literally dying of thirst" by 1984, and would have 65 million famine deaths in the 80s. [See more politically correct predictions.]

Jack Fish, Brighton, Colorado public school teacher, school board member and local columnist insisted on KGOV.com’s Bob Enyart Live that the reason for Somalia’s famine was their over-population:

Enyart: What is Somalia’s population?
Fish: I’m not sure.
Enyart: I’m not asking for an exact number, just to the nearest million.
Fish: I don’t know.
Enyart: Well, then, if they are over populated, what is their population density per square mile?
Fish: I don’t know.

Somalia’s density was 29 people per square mile in 1994 and in 2014 has risen to only 36. Apocalyptic doomsayers like enviro­chondriacs are prone to flatly invent facts. Somalia is under-populated. Underpopulation often does produce famine. Compare Somalia’s population density to countries in Western Europe. As a rule of thumb, countries with greater population density have higher standards of living, literacy rates, and life expectancies. The following numbers for 2014 indicate the people per square mile for:

Nice PlacesDensityLousy PlacesDensity
Austria259Angola39
Belgium919Bolivia23
Denmark332Botswana9
England660Ctrl. Afr. Rep.18
France295Chad23
Germany593Rep. of Congo31
Ireland168Laos70
Israel961Liberia80
Italy518Libya9
Japan873Mozambique75
Luxembourg502Namibia7
Netherlands1,052Niger31
Poland316Paraguay41
Spain236Papua New Guinea39
Switzerland487Peru60
Rhode Island1,006Russia21
Athens44,140Sudan44
Boston13,340Somalia36
Madrid14,000Uruguay52
Rome43,949Venezuela88
San Fran.17,867Zaire (DRC)75
Sydney965Zambia44
Toronto10,750Zimbabwe85

Countries with lower population densities generally have lower standards of living. Notice the scarcity of human beings in the poor nations. Whereas some of the most beautiful places on earth, and certainly the most prosperous and desirable, have tremendously dense populations. An average of 37,500 Tokyo residents live in each square mile of their city. In Paris, 54,899 Frenchmen, women, and children live in each square mile. And the 1.6 million New Yorkers living on Manhattan Island boast a density of 66,940 people per square mile!

RSR: Now, Rocks Make Life! Huh?

Date: Mar 13, 2015 Length: 30:38
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: Dave, hi! Please call the studio and leave your number and email ID. We need to reschedule Bob's meeting with you. Thanks Dave for your years of friendship! -The BEL Crew 

* To Distract from a Planet that Shouldn't Exist
: Real Science Radio hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams finally get around to enjoying the first 2015 issue of Creation magazine. Anti-creationists have long claimed that if you have water, you'll get life. Now, to distract the public from yet another exoplanet discovery that falsifies the secular planetary nebulae hypothesis, they're claiming that if you have rocks (like on this newly discovered planet), you'll get life. As for water, it's the universal solvent, so while it is necessary to sustain existing life, it would dissolve prebiotic chemicals. And a rock, is a rock, is a rock. So even if it lacked the hydro-enemy of abiogenesis, rocks also lack information. For while information is needed to build any biological system and any rudimentary genetic encoding scheme, unlike rock, information itself is not physical. The bottom line though is that this new discovery is simply piling on to what had already been known. From RSR's Planet Formation Theory Decimated program:

The California Institute of Technology manager of NASA's exoplanet database, Caltech's astronomer Mike Brown, stated: “Before we ever discovered any [planets outside the solar system] we thought we understood the formation of planetary systems pretty deeply… It was a really beautiful theory. And, clearly, thoroughly wrong." 

Get RSR's best-selling science video!* Creation Science Hall of Fame, and Other Fun Topics: The guys also discuss:
- the Creation Science Hall of Fame
- scientists stunned yet again by the retina's wiring
- good ole' fashioned tar (maybe real, real, really-old fashioned tar)
the awesome patterns of evidence for the Jewish patriarchs living in Egypt, and that
- the genius of ancient man enabled the pyramid makers to move massive stones.

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RSR: Another missing link, or just a bad set of teeth?

Date: Mar 6, 2015 Length: 28:50
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* Mental Floss: Dr. Ed Boudreaux, president of the Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship, joins Real Science Radio host Fred Wiliams in studio to talk about the memo a lot of good folks failed to get, like those in the blizzard-riddled North East and the Coloradans who just endured a 103-year record-breaking snowfall. Memo: We're in the midst of man-made global warming! Oh wait, it's now called "Climate Change". Other fun topics include the Pope apparently missing RSR's List of Evidence Against the Big Bang, and another "missing link" (more like missing teeth), and the origin of shaking hands to pass on odors as a signal. (Huh?)

RSR: Noted Physicist John Hartnett Our Big Bang List Pt 2

Date: Feb 27, 2015 Length: 36:15
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* Australian Scientist John Hartnett evaluates RSR's Evidence Against the Big Bang: As a college professor, a cosmologist, and an award-winning physicist co-creator of the most precise clock ever made by human beings, Dr. Hartnett is qualified to evaluate the validity of RSR's list of peer-reviewed scientific discoveries that contradict, even as admitted by their discoverers, the predictions of the big bang theory. Discussed: distant "mature" galaxies; missing antimatter; "too perfect" spirals; nine billion years of missing metal; Sun missing 99% of its expected spin; etc.

* Following Dr. Hartnett & His Work at CMI: Here at Real Science Radio we keep up with the latest in the the rough-and-tumble field of cosmology by following JohnHartnett.org and Dr. Hartnett's articles at creation.com.   

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RSR's List of Evidence Against the Big Bang 
seminar by Bob Enyart
Where: Lake of the Pines

Noted Physicist John Hartnett on Our Big Bang List

Date: Feb 20, 2015 Length: 28:20
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* Australian Scientist John Hartnett evaluates RSR's Evidence Against the Big Bang: As a college professor, a cosmologist, and an award-winning physicist co-creator of the most precise clock ever made by human beings, Dr. Hartnett is qualified to evaluate the validity of RSR's list of peer-reviewed scientific discoveries that contradict, even as admitted by their discoverers, the predictions of the big bang theory. Discussed: distant "mature" galaxies; missing antimatter; "too perfect" spirals; nine billion years of missing metal; Sun missing 99% of its expected spin; etc.

* Following Dr. Hartnett & His Work at CMI: Here at Real Science Radio we keep up with the latest in the the rough-and-tumble field of cosmology by following JohnHartnett.org and Dr. Hartnett's articles at creation.com.   

Come on out to the next RSR Seminar!

 

 









 

RSR's List of Evidence Against the Big Bang 
seminar by Bob Enyart
Where: Lake of the Pines

RSR: Historical & Observational Science Equally Good

Date: Feb 13, 2015 Length: 28:20
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Ken Ham debates Bill Nye the science guy on creation* Can You Know a House Had a Builder? Creation organizations attempt to diminish "historical" science as compared to "observational" science. That claim, at odds with the overwhelming success of forensic science, comes awfully close to the false materialist claim that you can only really know what your five senses tell you. Question: Can you have a certainty that a house had a builder, even if you did not see your home being built? Yes. For, if you cannot trust your mind to ascertain many things that absolutely have happened in the past, then neither could you trust your eyes about what is happening in the present.

* Arguments Creationists Should Not Use: We recommend that you not use the argument that historical science has less validity as compared to observational science. As a Real Science Radio listener says, Answers in Genesis shouldn't pull the rug out from their own signature flood observation. "It is historical science—in action— to understand Ken Ham's point about billions of dead things, buried in rock layers, laid down by water, all over the earth."

* Reporters/Bloggers Claim Ham & Sarfati Reject Historical Science: Jonathan Sarfati posted on Facebook this week that a friendly reporter overstated her case. For Dr. Sarfati does not reject historical science, but draws a distinction between it and observational science. Also this week Ken Ham offered, attempting to defend creationism, that his opponents misunderstand the difference between historical and observational science. However, this is no defense. Arguing against the qualitative distinctions that many creationists draw between these scientific disciplines, RSR hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams discuss this topic: 

Creation Movement Wrong on Historical Science


Does the creation.com article CSI and evolution use good argumentation or poor and arbitrary evidence to justify its claim of a qualitative distinction between observational and historical science? At Real Science Radio, we suggest that the creation movement generally, and in particular the article’s publisher, Creation Ministries International, and Answers in Genesis and Ken Ham in his debate with Bill Nye, err in their effort to diminish forensic science of the past as compared to the science of ongoing processes.

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