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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.

Dr. Spencer Answers HPT Objections Pt. 2

Date: Feb 12, 2016 Length: 35:52
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Bob Enyart concludes RSR's interview with Dr. Joshua Spencer, Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering, about Josh's email conversation with a leading creation geologist debating the fountains-of-the-great-deep hydroplate theory (HPT) model of the global flood as compared to the catastrophic plate tectonics (CPT) model. Enyart and Spencer discuss the HPT's explanation of the origin of Earth's radioactivity.

Dr. Josh Spencer Answers HPT Objections

Date: Feb 5, 2016 Length: 32:22
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* Flood Model Email Discussion Between Docs: Bob Enyart interviews Dr. Joshua Spencer, Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering, about his email conversation with a leading creation geologist debating the fountains-of-the-great-deep hydroplate theory (HPT) model of the global flood as compared to the catastrophic plate tectonics (CPT) model. Running out of broadcast time, Enyart and Spencer decided to postpone to next week's interview discussion of the HPT's explanation of the origin of Earth's radioactivity. Beginning with today's program they address:
1. the false notion of Pangea and the fit of the continents (which deceptively shrinks Africa by 35% to make it work)
2. an objection that the HPT model can't explain the Appalachian Mountains
3. the frequent misunderstanding by its opponents of Dr. Walt Brown's HPT
4. the CPT idea that magma rising from the mantel produced the jets of water that rained down upon the earth
5. a denial that the CPT model depends on a series of ad hoc miracles to make it work
6. the majority-rules argument that creationists should trust CPT because more geologists support it than the HPT
7. the assessment from this leading CPT geologist that the "HPT still gets a hearing in many circles. And CPT is not as widely well received as you might think."

RSR Kicks Back with some Science News

Date: Jan 29, 2016 Length: 37:08
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Real Science Radio co-host Bob Enyart presents science news with some historical background. And as Fred Williams is a bit under the weather, Bob takes time to share a few program notes. So, we invite you to tune in soon to hear from the inventor of the MRI, Raymond Damadian, on an upcoming RSR program.

crev.info headlines on RSR with David Coppedge

Date: Jan 22, 2016 Length: 38:40
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* David Coppedge Back on RSR: Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart reports the science news headlines with David Coppedge, a former Cassini Saturn mission lead ground systems administrator for Nasa and author of the Creation-Evolution Headlines site over at crev.info. This show exposes the "just so" Darwinist stories for insect and manta ray wings, stickleback fish, the dog's ability to lap up water, beetle stasis, and how birds survived the impact that allegedly killed off the dinosaurs. The guys also discuss the latest results from the most sensitive dark matter detector yet: nothing. And finally, once again, the latest dramatic fossil discovery (a hominid species that supposedly lived two million years ago leaving a bone that's allegedly from only 14,000 years ago), throws the theory of human evolution into disarray.

* Question Evolution Day #5 on February 12th: Remember our friend Cowboy Bob? Well you might want to stop on over to say hello and check out his promotion of the fifth annual Question Evolution Day scheduled for Darwin's birthday, on February 12th!

The 360 Day Year on RSR Pt. 3

Date: Jan 15, 2016 Length: 38:41
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* Did the whole world once use a 360-day calendar? If so, why? RSR hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams conclude their look at the 360-day year calendars of the Mayans, Egyptians, Aztecs, Indians, Sumerians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, and the Hebrew Bible to answer the first question: Yes, ancient civilizations used a 360-day calendar. To answer the question, why, one must keep in mind the sophistication of ancient astronomers. NASA reports that in 650 B.C., "Mayan astronomers [made] detailed observations of Venus, leading to a highly accurate calendar." And the Encyclopedia of Time says of the Aztecs that, "they carried on and further developed calendrical traditions that had their roots some 2,000 years before their own time." Real Science Radio investigates the reason why the ancient world used a 360-day calendar and discusses the global flood mechanism for speeding up the rotation of the Earth that in historical times could add 5.24 days to the year. See more at 360dayyear.com and make sure to listen first to Part 1!

And from kgov.com/hillary: Today's email scandal news item (see right), unrelated to our 360-day program but relevant to our long-standing reporting on Hillary Clinton's bad behavior, is so newsworthy that we're presenting it here on this RSR show page. 

* Hillary Instructs State Dept. Deputy Chief to Break the Law: Acting again above the law, Secretary Hillary Clinton instructed her deputy chief of staff Jake Sullivan to strip a document of its classified markings and to transmit it through a non-secure channel. Hillary told Sullivan to have others at the State Department turn a classified document "into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure." Is that clear enough? "Send nonsecure." The very national security laws designed to protect our country, , which other officials have been convicted for violating, are ignored at Hillary's pleasure. The rule of law in the U.S. is a joke. Hillary is a joke. Congress is a joke. The media is a joke. Hillary for the Big House in 2016.

* Her Federal Offense is a Felony: Former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova said of Hillary Clinton,  “She caused to be removed a classified marking and then had it transmitted in an unencrypted manner. That is a felony. The removal of the classified marking is a federal crime. It is the same thing to order someone to do it as if she had done it herself.”

* "At the Risk of Appearing Completely Dishonest" -- Bob Enyart and co-host Doug McBurney discuss (during the kgov.com/hillary BEL program) Hillary Clinton’s bold revelation that, (surprise!) “At the risk of appearing predictable, the Holy Bible was and remains the biggest influence on my thinking”.

* Hillary in the Just-A-System: "It's no longer a justice system; now it's just a system," says Bob Enyart as he re-airs and analyzes the 1980s interview in which Hillary laughs about the rape of a 12 year old girl, and the miscarriage of justice she engineered so that the rapist could get away with it (foreshadowing the help the enabler would give to her own husband)

* Hillary in the Just-A-System: "It's no longer a justice system; now it's just a system," says Bob Enyart as he re-airs and analyzes the 1980s interview in which Hillary laughs about the rape of a 12 year old girl, and the miscarriage of justice she engineered so that the rapist could get away with it (foreshadowing the help the enabler would give to her own husband).

 

* BEL Worldwide Exclusive Interview with Juanita Broadrick: Since we're here speaking of the Enabler in Chief, let's also address her husband Bill Clinton's rape of Juanita Broaddrick was an event that "in fact took place" wrote the Wall Street Journal. Hear Bob's interview with Juanita and then the BEL interview with nurse Norma Rogers, her friend who found Broaddrick wounded and in tears shortly after the assault.

* It Takes a Village: Bob Enyart Live discussed Hillary's book the week that it was published...

The 360-Day Year on RSR Pt. 2

Date: Jan 8, 2016 Length: 28:50
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* Did the whole world once use a 360-day calendar? If so, why? RSR hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams continue their look at the 360-day year calendars of the Mayans, Egyptians, Aztecs, Indians, Sumerians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, and the Hebrew Bible to answer the first question: Yes, ancient civilizations used a 360-day calendar. To answer the question, why, one must keep in mind the sophistication of ancient astronomers. NASA reports that in 650 B.C., "Mayan astronomers [made] detailed observations of Venus, leading to a highly accurate calendar." And the Encyclopedia of Time says of the Aztecs that, "they carried on and further developed calendrical traditions that had their roots some 2,000 years before their own time." Real Science Radio investigates the reason why the ancient world used a 360-day calendar and discusses the global flood mechanism for speeding up the rotation of the Earth that in historical times could add 5.24 days to the year. See more at 360dayyear.com and make sure to listen first to Part 1!

And from kgov.com/hillary: Today's email scandal news item (see right), unrelated to our 360-day program but relevant to our long-standing reporting on Hillary Clinton's bad behavior, is so newsworthy that we're presenting it here on this RSR show page. 

* Hillary Instructs State Dept. Deputy Chief to Break the Law: Acting again above the law, Secretary Hillary Clinton instructed her deputy chief of staff Jake Sullivan to strip a document of its classified markings and to transmit it through a non-secure channel. Hillary told Sullivan to have others at the State Department turn a classified document "into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure." Is that clear enough? "Send nonsecure." The very national security laws designed to protect our country, , which other officials have been convicted for violating, are ignored at Hillary's pleasure. The rule of law in the U.S. is a joke. Hillary is a joke. Congress is a joke. The media is a joke. Hillary for the Big House in 2016.

The 360-Day Year on Real Science Radio

Date: Jan 1, 2016 Length: 33:43
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* Did the whole world once use a 360
-day calendar? If so, why? RSR hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams look at the Mayans, Egyptians, Aztecs, Indians, Sumerians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, and the Hebrew Bible to answer the first question: Yes, ancient civilizations used a 
360-day calendar. To answer the question why, one must keep in mind the sophistication of ancient astronomers. Nasa reports that in 650 B.C., "Mayan astronomers [made] detailed observations of Venus, leading to a highly accurate calendar." And the Encyclopedia of Time says of the Aztecs that, "they carried on and further developed calendrical traditions that had their roots some 2,000 years before their own time." Real Science Radio investigates the reason why the ancient world used a 360-day calendar and discusses a mechanism for speeding up the rotation of the Earth that in historical times could add 5.24 days to the year. See more at 360dayyear.com.

* Would You Consider Purchasing a Rare Research Book for RSR: Over at Amazon.com, to further our investigation of one of Bob Enyart's favorite topics, the 360 day year, we've created a KGOV Research Amazon Wish List. We hope to procure an important and rare research book, The Cultic Calendars of the Ancient Near East. The text of this book is not available online, and there is a used copy of the book currently available, as of January 2016, that is $600 less expensive than the other copies also for sale. So if you're considering helping RSR continue to press forward on this significant topic, then please consider purchasing that book by clicking on our Wish List link just above. And for shipping, you can use the address at the Wish List. Thanks so very much for considering this! -Bob & Fred

* Other RSR 360 Shows and Related Links:
- The 360 Day Year on RSR Pt. 2 (part 2 of this radio program)
- Astronomer Danny Faulkner on the 360-Day Year with Bob Enyart
- Danny's CRSQ paper rejecting the widespread belief among many creationists (including RSR, Henry Morris, Walt Brown, etc.) that God originally created the Earth with a 360-day year and 30-day months
- Danny's paper
rebutted in CRSQ by Enyart
- Did the Preflood Earth Have a 30-Day Lunar Month by Dr. Robert Brown, Astronautics Dept., U.S. Air Force Academy
- On the origin of the world's first-known number system (a hybrid decimal/base 60 system) 
- 360dayyear.com 
- rsr.org/3

RSR: The Star of Bethlehem

Date: Dec 25, 2015 Length: 28:50
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The Real Science Radio Christmas Show

Date: Dec 18, 2015 Length: 28:50
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The Real Science Radio Christimas Program* There is born a Savior, Christ the Lord: The few remaining Christians in Bethelehem will be remembering next week the birth of the Christ Child 2,000 years ago. We join them, and the hundreds of millions around the world, who with gratitude in their hearts, remember the gift that God gave to Man, the Babe in the manger.

* The Christmas Tree: Consider our program on why God just might like the Christmas tree! :) And Merry Christmas from Bob, Fred, Jamie, Darrell, Larry, and the whole team at Real Science Radio!

A Christmas Gift for Bob: Here at KGOV, we've noticed that over at Amazon, Bob recently put on the KGOV Research Amazon Wish List a book for further investigation of one of his favorite hobbies, the 360 day year! Of course for research purposes, a used copy is just as valuable as a new copy. So if you're considering getting Bob a gift for Christimas, please consider purchasing that book, Calendars in Antiquity: Empires, States, and Societies. For shipping, you can use the address at the Wish List. Thanks so much!

ICR's Dinosaur Tissue Expert Brian Thomas on RSR

Date: Dec 11, 2015 Length: 43:37
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Biologist Brian Thomas, Institute for Creation Research* RSR Interviews a Leading Expert on Fresh Fossils: Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart interviews Dallas science writer Brian Thomas (masters in biology), the dinosaur soft tissue expert with the Institute for Creation Research. Thomas talks about the December 2015 peer-reviewed paper in the Journal of Proteome Research that breaks new ground, vocabulary wise, and without beating around the bush, or unnecessary caveats, reports directly on "Blood Vessels from Dinosaurs"! Many scientists agree with Brian and Bob's obvious assessment that dinosaur soft tissue discoveries falsify the claim that these fresh fossils are millions of years old. Bob also discusses the astounding discoveries reported on in Creation magazine, on Bats and Pitcher Plants, with the article's author, again, Brian Thomas!

* Today's Program Updates our 2013 Interview: RSR invite you to enjoy also our 2013 interview with Brian.

* A Christmas Gift for Bob: Here at KGOV, we've noticed that over at Amazon, Bob recently put on the KGOV Research Wish List a book for further investigation of one of his favorite hobbies, the 360 day year! Of course for research purposes, a used copy is just as valuable as a new copy. So if you're considering getting Bob a gift for Christimas, please consider purchasing that book, Calendars in Antiquity: Empires, States, and Societies. For shipping, you can use the address atop the Wish List. Thanks so much!

* Factors that Lead to Tissue Decomposition: The folowing list is based on Brian Thomas' presentation at a Pittsburg creation conference in August 2013. Of the suggestions proposed by evolutionists to explain the apparent contradiction of soft tissue in allegedly million-year-old fossils, Real Science Radio suggests that you do your own scientific analysis, and figure out which of these factors are addressed by the various old-age rescue devices:

- Hydrolysis
- Chemotropism
- Microbes
- Friction
- Oxidation
- Autolysis
- Radioactive decay
- Temperature changes
- Molecular motion

* Three Related Lines of Evidence Shoring Up the Young Earth Interpretation: To complicate matters for old earthers, there is an intersection in the date regarding dinosaur soft tissue, unracemized left-handed amino acids, and short-lived Carbon 14, which must all be explained to understand the true age of fossils. (1) Significant amounts of short-lived 14c is measured in diamonds, dinosaur fossils, natural gas, and coal. (2) There's mostly left-handed amino acids (not yet decayed to a 50/50 right-to-left ratio as should happen in only thousands of years) in chert and dinosaur eggshells. (3) There's flexible and even transparent blood vessels, cells, and even T. rex and hadrosaur DNA (with a half-life of ~521 years) in dinosaur soft tissue fossils. Many such lines of evidence (multiplying as at youngearth.com) undermine the claim by evolutionists that soft tissue can last for hundreds of millions of years, and that the plentiful 14c in "ancient" specimens must come from contamination or neutron capture. This three-fold evidence helps to confirm the young earth interpretation of the data.

* Some Handy Fresh Fossils Links:
- RSR's clickable version of ICR's list of peer-reviewed papers reporting biological material
- The fabulous ICR.com/fresh-fossils page of articles by Brian Thomas
- ICR's Acts & Facts fun article, How does a dog smell fossils?
- The web's most comprehensive survey of published papers, RSR's List of Dinosaur Soft Tissue Finds
- Hear next week's conclusion, now online, of this List of Fresh Fossils program.

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