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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.

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

* 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

* 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

Noted Physicist John Hartnett on Our Big Bang List

* 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.  And you just might love listening to our rsr.org/expansion-of-space interview with Dr. Hartnett! 

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

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.

RSR on Euthanasia, Dawkins, & Eagle Eggs

* RSR Addresses Some Absolutes: Real Science Radio hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams air audio of evolutionist Richard Dawkins advocating infanticide in the killing of handicapped newborns and toddlers. The guys express their moral outrage and show how widespread this horrific evolutionary development has become. Then, going back two decades into the Bob Enyart Live archives, the guys aired a clip about the killing of two eagle eggs which outraged a couple of pro-choice callers. Update: The Denver section of the Huffington Post quoted "Denver talk-radio host" Bob Enyart saying: "An increasing number of well-known leaders and organizations who are pro-choice are also coming out publicly in favor of killing children, not only before they are born, but also after they are born." The Huffington Post then linked to the same American Right To Life article that RSR had presented, "Pro-Choicers" Who Want to Legalize Infanticide.

 

 

* Consider also the German pro-euthanasia movie, I Accuse:  This film premiered in Rome and Berlin on August 29, 1941. The Nazis were a full two years into World War II but they took the time and money to produce a compassionate tear jerker showing that sometimes the best way to show someone that you love them is to kill them.

In the film, a beautiful young wife suffering from multiple sclerosis pleads with doctors to kill her. Her husband, a successful doctor himself, eventually euthanizes here with a fatal overdose. As the hero of this Nazi film, he is put on trial where his defense argues that people have a right to die and that killing someone can even be a duty. With the Nazis being so merciful, the film culminates with the husband accusing the court of cruelty for trying to prevent people from committing such mercy killings. This film was commissioned by Goebbels to make the public more supportive of the Reich's T4 euthanasia program.

The SS reported that the churches were uniformly negative about the movie. Opinions in medical circles were positive however. Legal professions were anxious that it be placed on a legal footing, and in the few polls that were commissioned, the general population were said to be supportive.

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

RSR: Every (Comet) Scientist Works for Walt Brown!

Comet 67P has rounded boulders contrary to secular expectations but confirming creationist predictions* Another Confirmed Prediction from Creationist Walt Brown: Regarding the confirmation of yet another astounding science prediction, Bob Enyart interviews Dr. Walt Brown, author of the hydroplate theory explanation of the global flood and the many resulting broken features of our Earth and solar system. The European Space Agency has just released high-resolution images of Comet 67P along with the assessment of their scientists that they may have found unexpectedly large rounded boulders (up to 10-feet in diameter) that may be the comet's building blocks! This interview presents this latest discovery which, though it has shocked so many secular astronomers, has confirmed Walt Brown's specific prediction, published 13 years ago in the 7th Edition of his book In the Beginning, about the composition of comets. See more at rsr.org/cometsrsr.org/predictions, rsr.org/solar-system, and you may want to investigate also the Itokawa asteroid.

* RSR Volunteer Needed: RSR needs a transcript of the JPG image of John Buchanan's 1905 Letter to the Editor that's over at rsr.org/john-buchanan. If you will do this for us, please then email your transcript to Bob@rsr.org. Thank you! -The RSR Crew. DONE. Thank you RSR listeners! 

* Today's Resources: Check out RSR's Global Flood & Hydroplate Theory video (on DVD, Blu-ray, or download). And you can enjoy the 6-disc standard audio CD set The Hydroplate Theory & Dr. Walt Brown on the Air or get the entire set on a single MP3 CD, both of which contain eleven radio programs. Bob Enyart also highly recommends Dr. Walt Brown's fabulous book, In the Beginning! Order by clicking the link, or calling us at 800-8Enyart (800 836-9278)!


And come on out to the RSR Big Bang Seminar in Indy on March 7th!

Two Fathers of Evolution Theory and Natural Selection

Alfred Russel Wallace* Alfred Russel Wallace and Charles Darwin: Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart interviews science historian professor Michael Flannery on the two fathers of evolution theory and natural selection, Alfred Russel Wallace and Charles Darwin. To reinforce current scientific dogma, most or all attention is typically given to Darwin with Wallace’ role downplayed because he rejected Darwin’s methodological naturalism, showing that rejection of materialism is not a science stopper. See especially AlfredWallace.org.

* Darwin Systematically Failed to Credit Other Scientists: For the documentation showing that Charles Darwin "borrowed", or more accurately, plagerized, other scientists to popularize the significant aspects of "Darwinism", please see creation.com/darwin-plagiarism.

* Evolutionary Naturalism is an Ancient Idea: RSR friend Dr. Jerry Bergman presents a great review of the pre-Darwin ancient beliefs in naturalistic origin of species. Most evolutionists will be shocked to learn the historical information, documented in Bergman's paper, that corroborates the strongest claim, bolded here, in his abstract:

The theory of biological evolution is not a modern idea as is often supposed. Organic evolution was first taught by the Greeks at least as early as the 7th century BC. Greek philosophers probably borrowed and adapted their evolutionary ideas from the Hindus, who believed that souls transformed from one animal to another until they reached a perfection state called nirvana. Charles Darwin allegedly made no contributions to the development of the theory of evolution by natural selection, but simply helped to popularize it. Evolutionists today argue that evolution is a modern idea (i.e. a product of scientific research), in part as an effort to lend credibility to their worldview.

* Chronological Antiquities: On a related topic, Bob Enyart adds the following quote (conveniently also available at Google Books) which he found while reading his copy of a book from 1752 by John Jackson:

The oldest Phoenician, Chaldean, and Egyptian Histories of the World, and all their Theogony, were mixed with Allegory and Fable, which were intended to disguise and palliate the public idolatrous Worship of deified Men and Women, by ascribing their History to physical Causes and mundame Elements.

* Add to this Show Summary: Bob Enyart Live and Real Science Radio are always looking for volunteers to help in many different ways. For example, if you'd like to add to this (and perhaps other) "show summaries", by beefing them up with more particulars, quotes, links to interview subjects, etc., covered in the programs themselves, then please click to "Volunteer" and make sure to indicate "writing" as something you'd like to help with. Thanks so much! -Bob Enyart

* Darwin on the 10-pound British Note: The British people love Darwin because they hate God. (See rsr.org/darwin.)

RSR Enjoys Don Batten's Creationist Contributions

Real Science Radio hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams discuss the great article by Don Batten in a recent issue of Creation magazine titled Creationist contributions to science. As reported in the same Fall 2014 issue, the guys also chat about the evolution professor who went nuts on campus praising Darwin, the two additional canyons that geologists have admitted formed rapidly, and a so-called "primitive" single-celled organism actually being a wildly complex quantum mechanical function. :)

RSR: Jesus & Anne Habermehl Use the Septuagint

Psalm 90 in the SeptuagintReal Science Radio host Bob Enyart interviews creation author Anne Habermehl on the Septuagint, which is a Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament, the version of the Scriptures frequently quoted from in the New Testament by Jesus Christ and his apostles. Instead of using a 6,000-year age for the Earth, RSR has always said that God created the Earth "less than 10,000 years ago", in part because the Septuagint's ages for the patriarchs calculates to a 7,500 year old earth. Very recently, Dr. Walt Brown's efforts, see rsr.org/hpt, to scientifically date the global flood, yield a date consistent with Septuagint.

RSR: Renowned Scientist Sternberg on Junk DNA

* Another Man's Treasure: Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart interviews former Smithsonian researcher Dr. Richard Sternberg, one of the key scientists in the history of the debate over junk DNA. Ben Stein's movie "Expelled" profiled this highly credentialed and widely published evolutionary biologist. Bob's guest explains some of the astounding functionality of the human genome and describes the shrinking case for the neo-Darwinist claim that most of our DNA is functionless. Dr. Sternberg also comments on an audio clip from 17 years ago when famed atheist evolutionist Eugenie Scott presented Junk DNA to Bob Enyart as her best evidence against an intelligent designer.

* Sternberg's Bio, Research, & Publications: To keep up with Richard Sternberg (if you can), you can follow his research through his publication and see how his views on evolution changed, all at his site, RichardSternberg.com.

* Related Nature News Item: While Sternberg remains an old-earther, Nature's report of Cal State's firing of the creationist director of its Northridge microscopy lab garnered a first comment that exposes the disingenuous criticism that ID proponents (and creationists) do not publish in peer-reviewed journals. The Nature News story, University sued after firing creationist fossil hunter, reports that RSR friend Mark Armitage:
- "published his [Triceratops soft tissue] findings in Acta Histochemica, a journal of cell and tissue research (M. H. Armitage and K. L. Anderson Acta Histochem. 115, 603–608; 2013). Two weeks later, he was fired from his job at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), where he managed the biology department’s electron and confocal microscopy suite."
- "It was just morphology," says  Mary Schweitzer, a palaeontologist at North Carolina State University at Raleigh who reviewed the work before publication, and made the first discovery of soft tissue in dinosaur bones in 2005. “It was fine.”
- [Armitage 
had authored "roughly 30 technical articles on microscopy"
- "'I'm not a microscopist but as far as I could tell, Armitage was a good one,' Paul Wilson, a biologist at CSUN, told Nature."
Yet with all that, the first comment that Nature chose to publish, by a Robert Buntrock, says, "Somehow he flew his publications under the radar. ... Stealth publishing of pseudoscience lurking in the background is unprofessional and invalid." In this freudian slip, Buntrock is saying that Acta Histochemica and the other journals should reject papers on a presuppositional basis. For regardless of a specific paper's scientific validity, based on an ad hominem bias against any researcher who holds to an anti-Darwinian worldview, their work should be summarily rejected regardless of its significance and its rigid adherence to accepted scientifc methodology. Those who own journals do get to make the rules about who to publish and who not to publish. However to the extent that Buntrock is expressing the view of the Darwinian community, it is disingenuous to criticize creationists and ID proponents for not publishing in evolutionary science journals when in reality the system is rigged to automatically reject their submissions, regardless of any apparent scientific validity.

* Dawkins Validates the Intelligent Design Argument: In the film that profiled Dr. Sternberg's ouster from the Smithsonian, Ben Stein's movie Expelled, Richard Dawkins admited that microbiology could provide the evidence for the intelligent design of life on Earth. From about 85 minutes into the film (and 3 minutes into the clip below), Ben Stein asks, "What do you think is the possibility that intelligent design might turn out to be the answer to some issues in genetics or in evolution?" Here's a transcript of the reply:

"It could come about in the following way. It could be that at some earlier time somewhere in the universe a civilization evolved, by probably some kind of Darwinian means, to a very, very high level of technology, and designed a form of life that they seeded onto perhaps this planet. Now that is a possibility, and an intriguing possibility. And I suppose that it's possible that you might find evidence for that if you look at the details of biochemistry and molecular biology. You might find a signature of some sort of designer… And that designer could well be a higher intelligence from elsewhere in the universe." -Richard Dawkins, in Expelled

 

* See more on Dawkins: For some ironic observations about Richard Dawkins, see realscienceradio.com/Dawkins.

* I Saw "Expelled" 15 Times: As part of the American RTL movie marathon, Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart saw Ben Stein's film 15 times with other ARTL members in Colorado theaters during opening weekend. The widespread claim by evolutionists that somehow atheist Richard Dawkins was misrepresented by editing or tricked about the topic of discussion is untenable. Dawkins is engaged in the discussion with Stein; he admits that the complexity observed in microbiology could be evidence that life on earth originated from a higher intelligence, somewhere out there in the universe. Of course, he claims that such a higher life-form must have evolved by some kind of Darwinian mechanism. But if genetic and cellular complexity provides evidence that life on earth is too complex to arise by chance, then evolutionists like Dawkins and Francis Crick are just punting to claim it must have originated somewhere else. The film is powerful.