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Bob Enyart is a science reporter for Denver's Real Science Radio airing for nearly three decades on Colorado's most-powerful radio station. One current project is RSR's Corrected History of the Big Bang Predictions ( CMB, Elements, Expansion reported at https://rsr.org/bbp ) and another is the Biomaterial Fossils List at https://bflist.rsr.org.
May 1991 - present
Real Science Radio
- Science radio host
- Talk about science to debunk evolution and to show the evidence for the Creator 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, all at rsr.org.
Forty years ago Theodosius Dobzhansky, a scientist credited with developing the reigning paradigm of neo-Darwinism, published his iconic article with the famed title, “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution.” The intervening decades have seen his three predictions falsified; namely those regarding genetics and the tree of l...
In his paper, “Was the Year Once 360 Days Long?” (Faulkner, 2012, pp. 100–108), creationist astronomer Danny Faulkner rejects that the earth was created with a 360-day year. The paper begins, “There is a belief among many recent creationists that the year once had 360 days and that the month was 30 days long.” This paper does not mention any propon...
Curate a comprehensive and clickable list to all published papers (105+ as of 2020) documenting original biological material extant in fossils with assigned ages 5M to 2.5G years to test the Real Science Radio predictions that endogenous biomaterial fossils are not rare but common and are readily discoverable in all strata down to the Precambrian, as at https://rsr.org/predictions and https://bflist.rsr.org. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10126.61766
Google: big bang predictions. Our page at https://rsr.org/bbp ranks #1. After interviewing physicist Lawrence Krauss on radio and hearing his statement (as consistent with NASA, etc.) that the big bang theory's confirmed predictions have validated the theory, we began to assemble a catalog of the theory's actual predictions and how they stand up to observation. So we've documented the theory's failed predictions and its failures to predict what has been found include: - the theory's failed prediction of an entire universe worth of antimatter - the failure to predict the universe worth of dark matter needed if the BB is correct - the missing shadow of the CMB - the CMB's "axis of evil" - (Nobel laureate Wilson even mentions that the 2.7K CMB had been published 30 years before he and Penzias stumbled upon it) - 2014's now withdrawn claimed discovery of inflation's gravity waves - failed to predict inflation which is needed in a BB universe - the theory correctly predicted only 1% (not 4%, not 98%, etc.) of the initial abundances of the elements - failed prediction of magnetic monopoles - mutliple failed lithium predictions - failed prediction regarding the transparency of the universe - the big bang theory introduction is widely pre-dated from 1931 into the 1920s - discovery of the expansion is widely post-dated to Hubble - the widespread pre- and post-dating aids in the canonical, though false, telling of the success of the big bang predictions - and we reference dozens of other major failed predictions of the big bang.