Our Young Solar System – This is Genesis Week, episode 23, season 2

Our Young Solar System – This is Genesis Week, episode 23, season 2


Sorry I’ve been so behind in updating the blog with shows. Here’s episode 23.

Transcript:

Our Solar System defies natural explanation, yet Creation fits the facts! We’re going to explore this topic on this edition of Genesis Week.
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Welcome! To this episode of Genesis Week, the weekly program of creationary commentary on news, views and events pertaining to the origins controversy, made possible by the supporters of CORE Ottawa, Citizens for Origins Research and Education, and now carried on the Christianima network – christianima.com – Christian cinema at its finest. Excellence in pirate broadcasting, we moved in to the abandoned Palace Theater to continue to bring you the information the anticreationists don’t want you to see or hear, and giving glory to our Creator while doing it. We here at Genesis Week believe your brain was intelligently designed, and God wants you to use it. Remember if you get lost in cyberspace, you can just punch in wazooloo.com or genesisweek.com and you can find us, and also subscribe to our youtube channel to get extras like CrEvo rants and full interviews with our guests. I’m your host, Ian Juby
For decades, multiple creationists have pointed out the insurmountable problems for stellar evolution and deep time caused by the need for a naturalistic origin of our solar system. There are numerous features within our solar system that defy all evolutionary models and even point to our solar system being young, instead of many billions of years old.

For example: Physicist Wayne Spencer had been pointing out the problems that Jupiter’s moon, Io, presents to deep time because of the ridiculous amount of heat the moon is pumping out. Obviously, an object can only put out heat for so long before it cools down, so therefore the moon cannot be billions of years old. Spencer had been pointing this out for decades, and published the math on it in his 2003 ICC paper you can read here: (more…)

Dinosaurs and the Bible: Genesis Week, Episode 13!

Dinosaurs and the Bible: Genesis Week, Episode 13!


And here’s the rant all by its lonesome:

 

Transcript:

Not only did we get a mailbag crammed full of questions about the age of the earth, our two lead stories are also on that subject: Giving an age to Grand Canyon, and Pat Robertson doesn’t understand the Biblical view of the age of the earth – nor dinosaurs, which we expound upon in a new rant! This is Genesis Week. (more…)

What kind of evolution??? Genesis week, episode 10

What kind of evolution??? Genesis week, episode 10

More evidence that life haMore evidence that life ha
RTB gives reasons not to believe the RATE results,
we address divergent/convergent/parallel/
preadaptive/reductive evolution with a new rant and
we beat a dead dinosaur as we dive into the mailbag
– this is Genesis Week.

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And welcome to this episode of Genesis Week, the
weekly program of creationary commentary on
news, views and events pertaining to the origins
controversy, made possible by the supporters of
CORE Ottawa, Citizens for Origins Research and
Education, and now carried on the Christianima
network – christianima.com – Christian cinema at its
finest. Bringing you the best in pirate broadcasting,
we set up in a random abandoned house in Uranium
City, where we are determined to bring you the
information the anticreationists don’t want you to
see or hear, and giving glory to our Creator while
doing it. We believe God gave you an intelligently
designed brain, and He expects you to use it –
especially during this show. Remember if you get
lost in cyberspace, you can just punch in
wazooloo.com or genesisweek.com and you can
find us, and also subscribe to our youtube channel
to get extras like CrEvo rants and full interviews
with our guests. I’m your host, Ian Juby.
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May 12, 2012 CrEvo News with Ian Juby and CORE Ottawa

 


Welcome to all of the new subscribers!

This is the “When I get a round tooit” Creation/Evolution newsletter from Ian Juby and CORE Ottawa

If you do not see a header image above this text, you may have to turn on images in your email program, or you can click here to view it in your browser (http://ianjuby.org/may12_2012.html)

If you’re really confused as to why on earth you’re getting this newsletter, you may have forgotten you signed up for it at one of Ian’s lectures, or you got it due to an error in the cyberspace post office, or a friend forwarded it to you, or some other reason that isn’t my fault. See removal instructions at the bottom of the newsletter.
In this special report newsletter showing first-hand research:

1) Creation Exhibition in Nova Scotia & Cornwall, Ontario

2) Now the Dinosaurs killed themselves! ….by farting too much…
3) Special report #2: The strange fossil footprints of Horton Bluff, Nova Scotia

4) Upcoming events

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1) Creation Exhibition in Nova Scotia & Cornwall, Ontario

After a week on special exhbition in Cole Harbour Place, I had soooo many requests to either stick around for another week, or come back. We aims to please! The kind folks over at Eastern Passage Baptist Church offered their facilities to set up the museum again for another week.

The church is at the corner of Caldwell and Cow Bay road, and we’ll be open from Monday, May 14th thru Saturday, May 19th:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Noon till 9pm

Tuesday: 10 am till 6 pm

Saturday: 9 am till 5pm

Admission is $4/adults, $3 for students and seniors, $2 for kids under 10 and $12/family. Group rates are $2/ person for groups of 10 or over and if you book in advance, you can get a guided tour.

Cornwall, Ontario, June 23rd thru 30th – Grand Opening of Creation Science Center!
Creation Exhibition will be set up as a special exhibition with the grand opening of the new Creation Museum in Cornwall, the Creation Science Center. Hours TBA, admission: Free on Saturday the 23rd! That’s right, free admission to celebrate the grand opening! (there may be an admission cost throughout the week – details to be announced)
The Creation Science Center is housed in the east wing of the Cornwall Wesleyen Church at 780 Sydney Street.
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Answering the skeptics: Genesis Week, Ep 9, season 2

Answering the skeptics: Genesis Week, Ep 9, season 2

For this week’s episode, we respond to the skeptics and atheists:

 

Transcript:

We dive into our mailbag to respond to questions
about zinc isotopes, clams, the receding moon, and
more. We spend the entire show this week answering
the detractors in this special edition of Genesis Week

[music]

Welcome to this episode of Genesis Week – the weekly
program of creationary commentary on news, views
and events pertaining to the origins controversy.
We’re gonna answer questions, and question answers!
Proudly brought to you by the supporters of CORE
Ottawa, Citizens for Origins Research and Education,
and now carried on the Christianima network –
Christian Cinema at its finest. Some of the finest
pirate broadcasting you’ll see, transmitting from
Verna’s truck stop, we continue to bring you the
information the anticreationists don’t want you to
see or hear, and we continue to give glory to the
Creator while doing it. Remember you can find us
in cyberspace at wazooloo.com (that’s me) or
genesisweek.com, and you can subscribe to my youtube
channel and get extras like CrEvo Rants and full
interviews with our guests. I’m your host, Ian Juby.
oooooooooo Wait, wait, wait – I had the “O” key
stick on my keyboard this week while scripting this
show. I got a new keyboard but apparently some of
the original script wound up in the teleprompter
files. And Joe, our dyslexic teleprompter operator
doesn’t seem to have a problem with it either. And
as you can see, adding letters did not increase the
information in the script.

I had a PILE of feedback, emails, and youtube
comments sent to me the past two weeks from various
atheists, critics, or people who genuinely believe
they have evidence of evolution or an old earth.
Several were excellent points or questions brought
up, and many of them overlapped, so I thought I
would take a lot of time to address several of them,
so let’s dive right into the mailbag! (more…)

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