RSR Host Fred Williams and information security expert Daniel Hedrick continue delving into the fascinating phenomenon of Terminal Lucidity and the existence of the soul, where the mind (or soul) is non-physical and separate from the body. Quoted materialist atheist claims that materialism has no pathway to consciousness. Well known transhumanists claim AI will likely lead to no good even with efforts to create a "Compassionate Artificial Superintelligence" or "Emotional AI".
March for Abolition Details:
Saturday, January 22, 10:00am - 12:00pm
7155 E 38th Ave Denver CO 80207
Please arrive 15 minutes early.
10:00am - Colorado Right to Life President - Biff Gore
10:10am - Colorado Right to Life Vice-President Susan Sutherland
10:20am - Keynote Speaker - Mario Horta
10:45am - Biff Gore with the "Marching Orders"
11:00am - March for Abolition
The RSR Production Team calls in an audible to RSR host Fred Williams to talk about the Hydroplate theory in lieu of the promised part 2 of the Terminal Lucidity show now scheduled for the following week. Navy scientist N. Christian Smoot, who spent a career surveying the ocean floor and is an avid critic of plate tectonics, notes that "Much of the Pacific Ocean floor is underlain by continental crust", something that makes plate tectonites cringe and HPT theory advocates cheer.
RSR Host Fred Williams is joined by information expert Daniel Hedrick to talk about the interesting phenomenon of Terminal Lucidity. As Wiki describes, it’s “an unexpected return of mental clarity and memory, or suddenly regained consciousness that occurs in the time shortly before death”. It’s a condition that has been reported by physicians since the 19th century. The importance of this subject stems from the nature of consciousness.
* On the 150th Anniversary of the Proclamation, the Surprising Truth: With tomorrow (January 1st, 2022) being the 159th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, Bob Enyart and guest Jamie Schofield analyze the meaning and actual intent of that sad document. For this was no abolitionist policy (as a contemporaneous report in the Rocky Mountain News makes clear), but an example of moral compromise that ended in failure.
And once you get to cse.google.com, while cell phone displays don't show an icon, a computer user who clicks on over to our Multiple Conservative Site Search sees this image:
* Boulder, Colorado's Planetarium Show on Christ's Birth: For Christmas, we're enjoying this classic Real Science Radio broadcast about the University of Colorado's Fiske Planetarium presentation of a live program, The Astronomical Star of Bethlehem, by amateur astronomer Gil Buller. From the planetarium's website, "This exciting program examines the sky at the time of the birth of Christ to see which astronomical phenomenon may have been the Star of Bethlehem."
* Orbital Mechanics Help Identify the Star of Bethlehem: Using computer-generated images of the night sky in ancient Israel, this planetarium program does in great style what Bob Enyart's DVD does using more modest computer simulation software. Click to get Bob's classic DVD, The Planets, Stars, and The Bible.
* The Materialist's Star Problem: You may enjoy the bulleted list at our rsr.org/list-of-star-formation-problems broadcast show page. And whereas unbelievers say that young-earth creationists have a "starlight and time" problem, remember, materialists have:
1) a star problem
2) a light problem
3) a time problem, and
4) an everything problem.
Ex-Jehovah Witness Perry Little returns to team up with RSR host Fred Williams in dismantling the YouTube video “Noah's Ark: The Story That Disproves the Entire Bible”. The video, which has over 1 million views since March, is from ex-JW turned atheist Harrison Cother.
RSR host Fred Williams is joined by Perry Little to review a video titled "The #1 Reason I Left Jehovah's Witnesses: Dinosaurs & Carnivores" by Harrison Cother, a popular ex-Jehovah Witness YouTuber turned atheist. Fred & Perry go through the video piece by piece and counter various claims that are at odds with the Bible and Christianity. Perry brings an especially relevant perspective given his past as a former pioneer for the Jehovah Witnesses.
Fred Williams and guest Daniel Hedrick of GODISNOWHERE discuss the idea that time is absolute, and not relative as so many claim.
Fred Williams is joined by Daniel Hedrick, founder of the GodIsNowHere ministry, to tackle the question of time. Einstein's general theory of relativity claims that gravity affects both space and time, such that the stronger the gravity, the slower that time moves.