RSR today provides a break from the stress that comes from the most divisive of all forms of government, the one that systematically turns brother against brother, namely, democracy. So we cover some lighter creation/evolution topics. For example, a telling joke from a famed Harvard astronomy professor gets sourced authoritatively to Dr. Irwin Shapiro and you can see at rsr.org/moon#joke. Incidentally, about the difficulty explaining the origin of the moon, the enduring joke is, "The moon is observational error. It doesn't exist!" Then we briefly mention NASA's report of discovering water on the Moon (for the thousandth time). And finally, Real Science Radio's Bob Enyart and Fred Williams mention another academic, University of California history professor Jeffrey Russell, who has given a thumbs up to one of RSR's Lists, exposing the widespread atheist lie that the church taught a flat earth. Dr. Russell approves of RSR's List of Christian Religious Orders and Authorities that Taught a Flat Earth, and that list, as expected, includes exactly zero items!