The Podcast

June 15, 2018 Evolution 2.0: Highly Abridged – Ch#8 Code First, Evolution Second
A friend accidentally meets the inventor of digital imaging in an Oregon coffee shop, and the world’s first digital photo is Russell Kirsch’s son Walden in 1957. This sparks insight into the early history of life.
June 14, 2018 Evolution 2.0: Highly Abridged – Ch#11 Blade#1: Transposition
Barbara McClintock discovered corn plants can re-program their own DNA in 1944. But her colleagues thought she was crazy so she took her work underground for 20 years. But she won the Nobel Prize in 1983. Turns out nearly every cell in existence can cut, splice, and re-arrange its DNA...
June 13, 2018 Evolution 2.0: Highly Abridged – Ch#16b The Five Blades of the Evolution 2.0 Swiss Army Knife
Creationists say evolution has never been observed and cannot create new species. But if you know what to do, you can make new species at will with hybrids. A major blade in the evolutionary Swiss army knife.
June 12, 2018 Evolution 2.0: Highly Abridged – About The Prize
How to win the Evolution 2.0 Prize.
May 26, 2018 Lynn Margulis, Vindicated Rebel – James MacAllister & Ray Noble
Referred to as “Science’s Unruly Earth Mother”, a “vindicated heretic”and a “scientific rebel”, Lynn Margulis was an American evolutionary theorist, biologist, and science author. She was the primary modern proponent for symbiosis in evolution. Throughout her career, Margulis’ work aroused intense objection (one grant application elicited the response, “Your research...
May 25, 2018 Interview with J. Scott Turner, Author of Purpose and Desire
Purpose & Desire: What Makes Something “Alive” and Why Modern Darwinism Has Failed to Explain It is yet another in a line of PRO-evolution books by highly credible, mainstream biologists who are stepping forward and insisting that The Emperor really does have No Clothes. Turner is not in any way, shape...
April 20, 2018 Beowulf & Reaching the Bottom of the Evolution Swamp
How do you get to the bottom of an impossibly murky topic and find the truth? A 1300 year old story from Medieval English tells us how. In a private meeting with entrepreneurs from around the world, Perry marshall explains how the ancient story of Beowulf teaches us how to...
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