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The Big Bang Smoking Gun – Interview with Dr. John G. Hartnett PhD

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

Dr John G. Hartnett is an Australian physicist and cosmologist, and a Christian with a biblical creationist worldview. He received a B.Sc. (Hons) and Ph.D. (with distinction) in Physics from The University of Western Australia, W.A., Australia. He is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA) fellow at the University of Adelaide, where he is currently an Associate Professor. He has published more than 200 papers in scientific journals, book chapters and conference proceedings.

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The Creation Astronomy Now Podcast is a semi-monthly podcast from Creation Astronomy Now is a unregistered non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the truth of intelligent design in the universe, as well as giving creation astronomers a better alternative to the evolutionary astronomical News and updates proved by the world. Outreach efforts include an up-to-date News Site with observing updates, a bimonthly astronomy podcast, and a weekly enewsletter.

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Written by Vinnie Harned

Vinnie Harned is a teenage homeschooled student with a love for science, technology, and astronomy. He also runs the YouTube channel "Homeschooled Nerd" as well as the podcasts 'The Homeschooled Nerdcast', 'Creation Astronomy Now', and his own podcast and blog for content creators 'Still Not Famous' at

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