The Podcast

April 10, 2020 Picasso Tadpoles: Michael Levin on the ‘Dark Matter’ of Biology
Dr. Michael Levin of Tufts University crosses many disciplines: computer science, embryo development, cancer and tumor research; limb regeneration; evolutionary theory and neural networks. If you watch Michael's fascinating talk at https://tinyurl.com/drmichaellevin he'll take you down his magical rabbit hole including worms that grow new heads when you cut them in half,...
March 31, 2020 Cancer’s $250 Billion Elephant-In-The-Room
Azra Raza treated cancer patients for 30 years, but not even the loss of her Oncologist husband could provoke her to write a book. It took the death of her daughter’s dearest 22 year old friend - when suddenly she realized she had to speak up. Here we discuss the...
March 25, 2020 Trouble In Origin Of Life Paradise
James Tour, a renowned nanochemist at Rice University, has been openly critical of Origin Of Life literature for being too optimistic, too sanguine and at times misleading. See this video for example www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU7Lww-sBPg When Perry Marshall took part in a discussion on the Unbelievable show with Denis Noble and Lee...
February 27, 2020 Dynamic Kinetic Chemistry and the Origin Of Life
Addy Pross is a Chemist at Ben Gurion University in Israel. He's author of "What is Life: How Chemistry Becomes Biology" by Oxford University Press. Here we enjoyed a great conversation about his specialty, Systems Chemistry, a new branch of science that enables us to build complex networks of chemical reactions...
January 2, 2020 Lynn Margulis’ last interview with Conner Habib
Lynn Margulis, who died in 2012, was a piercing luminary in the history of evolutionary theory. She overturned the money changer's tables in the temple of science and infuriated a lot of people. But history has continued to vindicate her. In this interview, she and Conner explore a very different...
December 28, 2019 Bloodhounds never forget a smell
William Miller tells his story of being seduced into evolutionary science by a mysterious female named Sue.
December 26, 2019 Michael Behe, father of “irreducible complexity,” vs. natural genetic engineering
Michael Behe infuriated traditional Darwinists with his concept of irreducible complexity more than 20 years ago. He argues instead for Intelligent Design. But what does ID really mean? Is it a puff of smoke? A perfectly executed pool shot at the start of the Big Bang? External intervention at various...
December 18, 2019 Joel Salatin: The Uberization of Food (Not Twinkies, REAL food)
Joel Salatin is a "Christian Libertarian Environmentalist Capitalist Lunatic" who is re-inventing the way food is grown, distributed and consumed. Here we examine how current legislation is based on 1906 technology, and the new culinary entrepreneurship that is expanding as we break the shackles of 19th century "Darwinian" agriculture. Discover...
November 7, 2019 What Did They Believe About God Five Thousand Years Ago?
Michael Heiser, whose podcast “The Naked Bible” got five million downloads this year, studied Hebrew at the University of Wisconsin and was confronted with a dilemma: How do you reconcile common modern interpretations with the nuances of what the ancient texts actually say? His journey revealed an Unseen Realm that...
October 30, 2019 The Impossible Marketing Problem of Science
How is it that good scientific theories can take 200 years to catch on while bad theories hang on for a century...even when empirical evidence that could settle the issue is close at hand? Rich Jacobs of the FutureTech Podcast asked if we could talk about how scientists can better...
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