This is a special episode of Real Science Radio!
* Many Fathers of the Natural Sciences Rejected Naturalistic Origins: Many leading fathers of the physical sciences, both before and after Darwin, rejected atheistic origins, like Copernicus, Bacon, Kepler, Galileo, Pascal, Boyle, Newton, Cuvier, Dalton before, and after Darwin including Faraday, Pasteur, Joule, Kelvin, Lister, Carver, who continued to advocate for special creation and reject evolution.
These photos are of original biological tissue from a Tyrannosaurus rex.
Banana Islamic Republic: Iran says (1) Israel must be destroyed, and (2) Hezbollah is winning the war. So then why is Iran leading the whole Islamic world in demanding a ceasefire? To spare the Jews? Puh-leez!
Bob Gets a Traffic Ticket: A simple ticket gives Bob the opportunity to expose the justice system's major conflict of interest (collecting fines), the temporary-insanity shoplifting defense, and the judges systematically training millions of people to lie to the court!
* Dr. Ed Holroyd: From teaching students at the University of Denver how to read satellite images, Dr. Ed Holroyd then brought his expertise to exciting ministry efforts including the search for Noah's Ark! This show is a Special Edition of Real Science Radio!
* SPECIAL PROGRAM: Today's program, March 9, 2006, marks the first time that Fred Williams joins Bob Enyart in the special science programs that come to be named, Real Science Radio!
- Atheist author, surgeon and colonel Dr. John Henderson attempts to refute the evidence Bob presents for the existence of God. Judge for yourself whether this educated atheist uses reason and logic, or simply gives subjective, emotional responses. Notice that as far as the discussion went, Dr. Henderson had no evidence for his cosmology beliefs, and presented poorly thought out positions, but seemed to blindly accept any scientific claim as long as it was in opposition to the Creator.
This program is considered a special edition of Real Science Radio because of it's segment on the transient nature of Saturn's rings.