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Episode One

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Premier episode. Please bear with host Hugh R. Miller and his producer Tom as they fumble with the control panel during this on the job training. WHO are we? We are a network of independent scientists. WHAT do we do? We challenge scientists to C-14 date the fossils and NOT the rocks. We perform lab and field research into various facets of the origins controversy to show that the 65 million years between dinosaurs and man do NOT exist. We try and have one interview per week with fellow team members and others who are willing to search for Truth in Science and who also have C-14 dated the fossil wood, bones and diamonds. LIST of a few of the PROPOSED SCIENTISTS for upcoming INTERVIEWS: Guy Berthault: sedimentologist from France discussing basics of how sediments form. Alexander Lalomov: geologist from Russia showing how rapidly sediments have formed. Jean Poncharra: atomic physicist from France pointing out the fallacies of long age dating. Maria Claire van Oosterwich: minerologist of France who lost her job after offending the thought police when she challenged long age dating methods. She is also an expert on the Shroud of Turin. Thomas Seiler: physicist from Germany with an expertise in the laws of thermodynamics. Hugh Owen, an accomplished educator and the director of the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation: He has coordinated conferences around the world and is conversant with many objections to evolution coming from disparate fields of study. E.g.: the empirical sciences, metaphysics, theology, scripture, tradition and morality. He will show how belief in evolutionism has actually set back research. Joe Taylor: Paleontologist and museum director from Texas: Expert on excavation of both dinosaurs and mega-fauna fossils. Otis Kline: Paleontologist from Montana who sawed open dinosaur bones with Hacksaw Peggy. Carl Baugh: archaeologist and museum director of Glen Rose TX human/dino footprints fame. Dr. Mastropaolo: