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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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The Setterfield Cosmology with Joe Spears Part II

*Plasma vs Dark Matter: While old earth secular scientists continue to search for “dark matter” to rescue their failing Big Bang cosmology, friend of RSR Joe Spears joins Fred and his co-host Doug McBurney to look further into the Setterfield Plasma Cosmology.

*Godspeed: Fred and Joe discuss why light may have traveled faster in the past, and why it may very well be slowing down. Also see Fred & Doug's previous show back in March 2022 on how the fix is in for speed of light measurements.

The Setterfield Cosmology with Joe Spears Part I

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Plasma galaxies in the lab!

Without Form & Void: If you have wondered how the creation of the universe may have unfolded, listen in as Fred Williams & Doug McBurney welcome creation author Joe Spears into the RSR studio to elucidate the Setterfield Plasma Cosmology

*Less than Zero: Find out about the Zero Point Energy… then and now.

Human Brain Neurons Encounter a Really Weird Fish

StargazerFred & Ryan go over the latest Creation Mag (2022 Volume 44 Issue 4), talking about everything from a super weird and fascinating fish that lurks at the bottom of the ocean, to human brain neurons that are like no other, and so called 'junk DNA' that when disturbed can cause cancer.

Hydroplate Hit Pieces (& Hammers) Part 4

Fred Williams and co-host Doug McBurney talk about fake news, a dinosaur DNA mummy, Kevin Lea, DART & Dimorphos, an ocean inside the earth, the Devil's Hole & the Hydroplate Theory.

*Deli Shaming: Hear Fred Williams & Doug McBurney react to PJ Media’s claim that there’s no shame in being duped by the “Proxima Centauri” image posted by jokester Etienne Klein back in August.

*Dino in a Pickle: Paleontologist & professor Brian Pickles comments upon the amazing preservation of DNA and other material in what might be called a "Dinosaur Mummy". Could dinosaur soft tissue be so perfectly "pickled" after 76m years?

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.