Real Science Radio

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Welcome to Real Science Radio: Co-hosts Fred Williams and Doug McBurney talk about science to debunk evolution and to show the evidence for the creator God including from biology, genetics, geology, history, paleontology, archaeology, astronomy, philosophy, cosmology, math, and physics. (For example, mutations will give you bad legs long before you'd get good wings.) We get to debate Darwinists and atheists like Lawrence Krauss, AronRa, and Eugenie Scott. We easily take potshots from popular evolutionists like PZ Myers, Phil Plait, and Jerry Coyne. The RSR Archive contains our popular List Shows! And we interview the outstanding scientists who dare to challenge today's accepted creed that nothing created everything.

RSR airs every Friday at 3pm MST on AM 670 KLTT in Denver, Colorado. For rebroadcast times and podcast platforms, see our Affiliates page.

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Hydroplate Hit Pieces (& Hammers) Part I

*It’s Official! Join Fred Williams and the entire RSR family in welcoming Doug McBurney as the official co-host of Real Science Radio!

 *Coming Around on Neanderthal: Fred discusses the Nobel Laureate helping bring the secular scientific world closer to coming around on the fact that “Neanderthals” are in fact human.

Webb Telescope Above, HPT in the Trenches

*JWST’s Lyin’ Eyes? Now the Webb Telescope is producing reactions like: “back to the drawing board” from Big Bang proponents and causing more than one atheistic cosmologist (bitterly clinging to an invisible scaffold of Dark Matter) to freak out!

Atomic Biology Featuring Tom Rogers - Part I

* Superunknown No MoreGuest host Doug McBurney is joined on the air by author and researcher Tom Rogers, president of the Atomic Biology Institute. We go from Adam to atoms in a journey to discover the extraordinary sophistication of how we are made and cared for by our super intelligent and loving God.

 *Holy Ghost in the Machine: Find out how the 2016 Nobel Prize for chemistry revealed the sophistication of even God’s simplest biological machines.

Brain Dead Patients Keep Waking Up

*Defining Deviancy Down: Fred Williams and co-host Doug McBurney discuss the legacy of Anne Heche in light of the claim to fame she got stuck with: having been used to promote perversion by the left alongside the mean and rotten Ellen Degeneres.

*A Eulogy for Anne Heche: We remember some truths & half-truths about Anne Heche, and what she will be remembered for aside from just being that lesbian everybody saw with Ellen, (who was molested, and Anne who was molested, and all the sexually dysfunctional people out there who were molested).

*Brain Dead is NOT Dead! Fred Williams points out that if someone is dead, there is no need to add extra words and syllables to describe their condition, (and that Brain Dead is something other than dead… alive).

A Flood of Webb Telescope Evidence

*What a Tangled Webb…: Hear words like “surprising”, “contradicting”, and “Panic!” from Big Bang promoters reviewing pesky empirical evidence from the Webb Space Telescope. All very much in line with descriptors predicted, (in almost Perry Mason Fashion) by “Sea Breeze” online 8 months ago.

Dinos, DNA, & the Personification of Evil

Room For Absurdity Artwork from a fan*From the Brightest Audience: Fred and co-host Doug McBurney entertain letters and artwork from the brightest audience in creation!

*Ichthyosaur Understood: Fred and Doug talk about the latest Dinosaur soft tissue discoveries demonstrating that creationists likely understand the dino soft tissue mystery better than the academic “experts”. 

Molecular Biology & The Breath of Life - Part II

*RSR’s List of Real Things, (That Are Real): Beginning with “Male and Female” RSR has designated “sex” as the first real thing to be listed on the RSR “List of Real Things”. These are real things that require no further debate regarding their fundamental definition. Do you have a nomination to add to RSR’s many valuable lists? (FYI - the sum of 2+2 has already been nominated). Send your “real thing” to