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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.


Real Science Fri: Denver Young Earth Conference

* Renowned Scientists: are coming to Denver! Doctors Gary Parker, John Baumgardner, Don DeYoung and Russ Humphreys are bringing the fabulous ICR Age of the Earth conference titled Thousands... Not Billions to Denver on Saturday September 15 at 8 a.m. at Colorado Community Church! Bob is going with his sons and if you go, please look for him and say hello!

Montana is Ground Zero for Dating Dinos

* Carbon 14 Dates: If the earth were millions of years old, we should find no Carbon-14 in most of the "really old" specimens we date since C-14 does not last millions of years. But in reality, the earth is young, and that is why scientists find C-14, which only lasts thousands, not millions, of years, in diamonds, coal, gas, oil, amber, and dinosaur fossils (see more at!

T. rex breaks out of creation museum :)* Bob's Visit to the Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum: The soft tissue in Montana State University's T. rex bones is probably among the best dinosaur material to C-14 date since it has been reasonably protected from groundwater contamination (otherwise, groundwater would have decomposed, and mineralized, the soft tissue)! Bob has just returned from his dinosaur dig in Glendive Montana, and brings us up to speed on the exciting young-earth creationism work being done there!

Real Science Radio: Creation Evangelism

* Fred Williams Interviews: guest Pete Fiske from Oceans Springs Mississippi, a creation speaker who frequently gives lectures and appears on radio shows in the South on the topic of Creation Evangelism and other creation-related topics. Pete discussed the foundational importance of Genesis and why it is crucial to use creation evangelism when witnessing to the world.

Curator of the Nicola Tesla Museum on RSR

 * Curator of the Nicola Tesla Museum: Mike McFee joins Bob Enyart, host of Real Science Radio, to invite people to come to see Focus on the Strategy II Thursday April 12 at 7 p.m. at Fellowship of the Rockies, 1625 S. 8th St. in Colorado Springs! Come to hear Bob speak and also to meet Mike McFee. Registration for Focus on the Strategy II is $30, $50 for a couple!

Bob Debates Atheist Reginald Finley

 * The Infidel Guy: also known as atheist Reggie Finley, whose family appeared on ABC's program Wife Swap, discusses the existence of God with Bob. This debate lasted four hours, and we'll air another segment tomorrow.

Algore Waiting to Exhale

 * Algore: testified in Congress today trying to reduce carbon emissions by exhaling once for every two inhales. So... Clinton never inhaled, and now Algore's not exhaling. What a world!

 * Scablands of Washington: are yet another example of a massive geological feature (16,000 square miles in Washington) that formed not over eons or millions of years, but cataclysmically by mega-flooding. Once again the religious commitment to uniformitarian belief retarded the progress of science, for many decades. But to help any evolutionist from hyperventilating after learning about the Missoula Flood and subsequent devastation, geologists (like on the recent PBS Nova special on the Missoula Flood) claim there were multiple cataclysmic Missoula Floods that swept periodically across eastern Washington. Right. The evidence they showed was a series of dozens of nearly perfectly formed alternating strata that were supposedly laid down through a series of very similar, massive, floods over a 20,000-year period. However, if any of those beautifully parallel layers had been exposed for 500 to 5,000 years (while waiting for the next flood deposits to cover it up), wind and water erosion would have ruined the perfect symmetry of the deposits. It's funny how atheists can't explain the universe, so they posit an infinite number of parallel universes, as though that solves their problem; and they go kicking and screaming to admitting catastrophe in the Scablands, and now they have multiple massive, nearly identical floods. Right. As Bob watched the Nova special, he noticed that so many features of the Scablands and the cataclysmic admissions of geologists make so much sense, and are even expected, in light of Walt Brown's Hydroplate Theory explanation of our geologic past!

* Beware the Coming Ice Age: Oops, that was Newsweek in the 1970s alarming children with millions of deaths from the approaching glaciers, and today, those kids' kids fear being drowned by rising seas. But in reality, Greenland's ice is not rapidly melting as feared, Antarctica ice is not melting as feared, the last Ice Age ended with the world warming without benefit of combustion engines, and Mars, of all places, has been warming recently, but not from roving SUVs, but... from the Sun.