RSR host Fred Williams is joined by Ryan Williams to finish their run-through of the latest creation magazine, and to talk about a New York Times article on “Deadly Venom From Spiders and Snakes May Also Cure What Ails You”. One of the most promising venom-derived drugs to date comes from the deadly Fraser Island funnel web spider of Australia, whose venom treatment halts cell death after a heart attack.
Ryan Williams joins RSR Host Fred Williams in studio to go over the latest Creation Magazine. The fossilized brain of a horseshoe crab alleged to be 310 million years old was uncovered that scientists admit "haven't changed much". Time and time again fossils that are supposed to be millions of years old show little or no change with their modern counterpart, which is powerful evidence against evolution and millions of years that instead points to a recent rapid burial by a catastrophic event, aka Noah's flood.
RSR host Fred Williams is joined in studio by the future of creation science, recent college graduate Ryan Williams and high school students Miranda Bracken and Simon Shamblin. Ryan & Miranda helped coordinate and organize the upcoming Fearless Foundation Youth Conference that will be held May 6th and 7th in Aurora Colorado. The event will include games and fellowship in addition to speaker Carl Kerby, who is regarded as one of the best speakers in creation science.
Real Science Radio host Fred Williams interviews Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson on the emerging field of historical genetics. Dr. Jeanson holds a PhD in cell and developmental biology from Harvard University and also happens to be a young-earth creationist. He has a new book coming out titled ‘Traced, Human DNA’s Big Surprise’, which goes far beyond the DNA tests we take to find out about our ancestry.
RSR Host Fred Williams is joined by Daniel Hedrick for another Contemporary Science Review show. This week the duo look at the ongoing efforts of secular scientists' quest to explain the origins of life while skirting around the huge elephant in the room of Intelligent Design. Instead of using chemicals in the lab such as the Miller–Urey experiment, secular scientists are now resorting to virtual or computer simulations that give the illusion that ecosystems evolve.
In the latest Contemporary Science Review segment, Real Science Radio host Fred Williams is joined by Daniel Hedrick where they immerse themselves in the cosmic ray phenomenon that has changed elections, plunged commercial airlines, and altered video game outcomes. The RSR duo review a video from the popular Veritasium YouTube Channel titled “Is the Universe Hostile to Computers”. A politician in Belgium found herself elected despite the mathematical impossibility based on the number of votes cast.
Fred & Doug continue to sift through evidence that several fundamental constants aren't so constant after all. They explore the history and scientists behind the various physical constants, including Plank's constant and zero point energy. The RSR co-hosts also continue to dissect Einstein's special theory of relativity and its commitment to the speed of light being constant in a vacuum. One of the most touted experiments that purportedly confirmed special relativity was an experiment using atomic clocks.
RSR host Fred Williams is joined by co-host Doug McBurney to expose the gimmickry used by secular scientists to hide the fact that some fundamental constants are actually not so constant. Of particular note is their protection of the speed of light, which is closely harnessed to the sacred cow of special relativity. Einstein's thought experiment that led to special relativity was heavily based on Einstein's assumption that the speed of light is constant in a vacuum. Without this assumption, special relativity is dead.