What is Science? This Month on the Creation Astronomy Now podcast Vinnie & Joe discuss what Science is. They go over the astronomical events for the month of September including a total lunar eclipse on September 28th. Later they’re joined by Eric Hovind from Creation Today to discuss the Genesis 3D movie, the 4th season of the Creation Today show, and apologetics. After that we get a comment suggesting that Vinnie stop making videos about … Read more
The moon is our nearest neighbor in space and currently the only object outside of earth that mankind has ever set foot on. Because of its relatively short distance from us, we probably know more about the moon than any other object in the universe. Today evolutionary scientists debate over how the moon formed. Their theories for the moon’s origin have ranged from a random space rock that was captured by Earth’s gravity, to part … Read more
Vinnie and Joe interview Dr. Danny Faulkner in the Johnson Observatory at the Creation Museum and cover subjects like Distant Starlight, Black Holes, and Dark Matter.
Learn More about the Creation Museum and the Johnson Observatory: http://www.creationmuseum.com
Creation in the 21st Century – Light Travel and Time: http://bit.ly/c21ctvfaulkner
Danny Faulkner is a creation scientist and educator specialized in Astronomy and Physics. For over 25 years he was on the faculty of the University of South Carolina Lancaster, where he taught physics and astronomy. He was Chair of its Division of Math, Science, Nursing, and Public Health (2009–2012). In 2012, Dr. Faulkner retired as a full professor and now holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. In January, 2013 he joined Answers in Genesis as a full time scientist and speaker.
Dr. Danny R. Faulkner has a B.S. (Math), M.S. (Physics), M.A. and PhD (Astronomy, Indiana University). For over 25 years he was on the faculty of the University of South Carolina Lancaster, where he taught physics and astronomy. He was Chair of its Division of Math, Science, Nursing, and Public Health (2009–2012). Dr. Faulkner retired as a full professor and now holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. In January, 2013 he joined Answers in Genesis and its Creation Museum full time. He has published more than a hundred papers in various astronomy and astrophysics journals. So far, Dr. Faulkner has published one book, Universe by Design.
Recently I got my hands on what could possibly be the most awesome Creation Astronomy Dvd that I’ve ever watched. ‘What you aren’t Being told about Astronomy is a Dvd series by Spike Psarris. The first volume in the series covers the solar system*. Spke Psarris was previously an engineer in the United States’ military space program. He entered that program as an atheist and an evolutionist. He left it as a creationist and a … Read more
From Vinnie Harned’s Blog Ray Comfort’s films have been an inspiration to me ever since I first saw ‘180’. As a young person with a burden for the lost, I was terrified to see that I couldn’t share my faith because I was unsure what to say to people. Watching Ray Comfort gave me the knowledge that I needed to understand sharing the gospel. If you’ve been in the creationist community for very long, you’ll … Read more
By Dr. John G. Hartnett PhD
“Astronomers Just Detected the Beginning of the Big Bang”, “Big Bang’s Smoking Gun Found”, “Astronomers Discover First Direct Proof of the Big Bang Expansion” and “Major Discovery: ‘Smoking Gun’ for Universe’s Incredible Big Bang Expansion Found” were some of the headlines on Monday 17 March 2014 around the web-based news media. Read More>>
In the 17th episode (Not the 16th; ignore Vinnie)of the Creation Astronomy Now podcast, we discuss the recent claims of the “proof of the Big Bang” with help from a real Ph.d Physicist and Cosmologist. A Big thank you to Dr. John G. Hartnett for helping us out with this episode of the podcast. You can learn more about him and read his article about the Big Bang Smoking Gun by visiting his blog at … Read more
It isn’t much, but if you look very closely you can see a little bit of the shadow of the Earth on the right side of the moon. That’s the end of the eclipse. I’m sorry I couldn’t get the red blood moon. Illinois is anti-astronomer and anti-freerunner. In all, Illinois is pretty much anti-Vinnie.
In this cancer-phobic society that we live in today, many things that are known to cause cancer get a bad name. The experts will tell you that all the people that flock to the beaches for the sunshine only get a sunburn and the risk of skin cancer. But is this all that our Sun’s light is good for? A closer look at what sunlight does for us is an incredible eye-opener to the wisdom … Read more