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Scientific Fraud Documented at Museums

by Staff
November 4, 2009
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NASHVILLE, ( -- Did whales walk on the land? Did dinosaurs fly? Is this the dawn of the theory of evolution? Or, is this the waning hours of a theory in its final throes?

NRB Network viewers will learn the answers to questions like these that deal with the viability of the theory of evolution in the controversial documentary, Evolution: The Grand Experiment, produced by Audio Visual Consultants, Inc. of St. Louis, MO. The one- hour documentary will be shown on Thursday, November 5th at 9 pm ET/8 pm CT on NRB Network (channel 378 on DIRECTV satellite). The release of the documentary coincides with the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Origin of Species.

The program documents that many of the best current scientific evidences for the theory of evolution, including dinosaurs with feathers, walking whales and flying dinosaurs are fraudulent, or are the result of overzealous scientists creating evidence to support the theory of evolution.

Confessions of creating intermediate links by some of the most prominent evolutionary scientists living today expose the problems of the theory of evolution in a most dramatic way. With video tapes rolling, the story unfolds before the filmmakers (and the television audience).

Filmed in three continents and seven countries over a 12-year period, the program has highlights from 12 dig sites, 60 museums, and many universities. The show is narrated by Andres Williams of London, with music from British film music composer Simon Wilkinson. The presentation is unusual in that nearly all of the scientists interviewed support evolution but acknowledge the evidence is lacking in their area of expertise or they created it.

Viewers will be both enlightened and shocked by Evolution: The Grand Experiment which airs Thursday, November 5th at 9 pm ET/8 pm CT on NRB Network (DIRECTV channel 378).

Audio Visual Consultants offers premier audio and video production services. AVC has assembled a team of some of the best talent and technical knowledge in the industry to produce first class audio and video productions. The executive producer of the Evolution: The Grand Experiment documentary and book series, Dr. Carl Werner, received his undergraduate degree in biology, with distinction, at the University of Missouri, graduating summa cum laude. Learn more at

NRB Network is a non-commercial, public interest television channel. A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, NRB Network reaches a national audience 24 hours a day with Christian programming that educates, entertains and embraces biblical truth. A signature genre block programming model is designed to meet the needs of distinct viewer segments with the right shows at the right times. For more information, visit

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