The Podcast

July 18, 2019 Why “tweaking Darwinism a little” ain’t gonna get the job done – Denis Noble, the Martin Luther of Evolutionary Biology
Denis Noble, one of the judges for the Evolution 2.0 Prize, discusses in this interview why we can't just put lipstick on a pig - why the public needs to be aware that evolutionary theory has undergone a revolution, and how this affects not only religious and philosophical discussions but policies...
July 17, 2019 Royal Society: Perry Marshall’s Prize Announcement in Europe, with Denis Noble, Paul Flather & Kevin Ham, including full Q&A
At the Royal Society in Great Britain on May 31, 2019, Perry Marshall announced the Evolution 2.0 Prize was being doubled to $10M. Present in the room were Denis Noble, Fellow of the Royal Society, Dr. Paul Flather of Oxford, Clive Cookson Science Editor of the Financial Times, Investor Kevin...
June 4, 2019 Perry Marshall’s Religious Upbringing – Response to The Creation Research Society
Perry responds to the 11-page review of Evolution 2.0 in CRSQ, the Creation Research Society Quarterly, written by Royal Truman: https://creationresearch.org/wp-conte... Zach Spear interviews Perry about growing up in a conservative evangelical church; creationism, evangelical theology, evolution, miracles, cosmology; a new way to look at Adam and Jesus, and the...
May 28, 2019 Consciousness: The Unacknowledged Truth
Brenda Dunne was a scientist at Princeton University's Engineering Anomalies Research Lab for 28 years, where she and her colleague Robert Jahn performed extensive experiments on telekinesis (displacing objects and changing the behavior of machines by concentration), remote perception (perceiving objects and locations at great distance) and precognition (knowing future...
May 21, 2019 The Man Who Re-Invented DNA: Steve Benner on Hachimoji DNA
In This Episode of the Evolution 2.0 Podcast…   Iconoclast, polymath, renegade and world-class chemist, Steve Benner has engineered a new breed of DNA with 8 nucleotide options instead of four. This exponentially increases its data capacity and it’s called Hachimoji DNA.    What are the implications of this?   ...
May 1, 2019 Ways to Go Beyond the Status Quo in Science: Rupert Sheldrake in Conversation with Perry Marshall
While working in plant research at Cambridge, Rupert Sheldrake became dissatisfied with existing materialistic theories of science. This led him to develop his theory of morphic resonance. Sheldrake has become a leading proponent of switching from a reductionist scientific paradigm to a holistic paradigm. In this conversation, we discuss scientific...
April 24, 2019 Ken Wilber, Involution, and Evolution as a Function of the Divine: Frank Visser and Perry Marshall in Conversation
Frank Visser discovered Ken Wilber's work in 1982 and contacted him in 1995 by fax, after which they became friends. Frank has written the first popular academic book on Wilber: "Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion" (SUNY 2003).In this conversation, we discuss Frank’s departure from Ken Wilber’s insistence that life itself...
April 18, 2019 “Darwin Devolves” Review – Perry Marshall and Bill Cole discuss Michael Behe’s controversial new book
Michael Behe's "Darwin Devolves" asks: Has Darwin solved the design problem in biology? Behe says absolutely not, and backs his position with detailed examples. Furthermore, nobody has really solved the famous problem of "irreducible complexity" that Behe described in "Darwin's Black Box." But Perry Marshall insists Behe has still omitted...
April 11, 2019 “It Keeps Me Seeking” – Interview with Andrew Briggs and Andrew Steane at the University of Oxford
Two world-class physicists from Oxford, together with philosophy professor Hans Halvorson from Princeton, integrate faith and science in their new book "It Keeps Me Seeking." Andrew Briggs specializes in nanomaterials and quantum information, and Andrew Steane made a key discovery which was necessary to make quantum computing possible. I sat...
February 8, 2019 The U.S.-China-AI Collision Course
Former president of Google China, Kai-Fu Lee, describes the rapid acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in China. He discusses what AI is and is not capable of and how AI challenges us to get much more clarity about what it means to be human. His new book AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley,...
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