Big Picture Science – Sci-Fi From the Future

August 5, 2019

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Big Picture Science – Sci-Fi From the Future Are you ready to defer all your personal decision-making to machines? Polls show that most Americans are uneasy about the unchecked growth of artificial intelligence. The possible misuse of genetic engineering […]

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BiPiSci – Sci-Fi From the Future / Brain Boost vs. A.I.

August 5, 2019

Big Picture Science – Brain Boost vs. A.I. click to listen (TRT 12:32) Click above to listen to part 3 of Sci-Fi From the Future, featuring Andrew Maynard, physicist and professor at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University, and author of Films from the Future: The Technology and […]

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BiPiSci – Sci-Fi From the Future / Genes and Jeans

August 5, 2019

Big Picture Science – From Bones to Clones click to listen (TRT 13:15) Click above to listen to part 2 of Sci-Fi From the Future, featuring Andrew Maynard, physicist and professor at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University, and author of Films from the Future: The Technology and […]

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BiPiSci – Sci-Fi From the Future / From Bones to Clones

August 5, 2019

Big Picture Science – From Bones to Clones click to listen (TRT 15:12) Click above to listen to part 1 of Sci-Fi From the Future, featuring Andrew Maynard, physicist and professor at the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University, and author of Films from the Future: The Technology and […]

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BiPiSci – Skeptic Check: Flat Earth

July 29, 2019

Big Picture Science – Skeptic Check: Flat Earthclick to listen! The Earth is not round. Technically, it’s an oblate spheroid. But for some people, the first statement is not even approximately correct. Flat Earthers believe that our planet resembles – not a slightly squashed grapefruit – but a thick pancake. A journalist who covered a […]

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BiPiSci – Flat Earth: Sharon Hill / Scientifical Method

July 29, 2019

BiPiSci – Scientifical Method click to listen (TRT 6:23) Click above to listen to part 5 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Sharon Hill, Geologist, science writer, speaker, and author of “Scientifical Americans: The Culture of Amateur Paranormal Researchers.”

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BiPiSci – Flat Earth: Neil Gemmell / Nessie DNA Test

July 29, 2019

BiPiSci – Nessie DNA Test click to listen (TRT 5:24) Click above to listen to part 4 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Neil Gemmell, Professor in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Otago, New Zealand, describing his work using DNA samples to catalog the fauna of Loch Ness, which could reveal the […]

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BiPiSci – Flat Earth: Jim Underdown / Flat Earth Test

July 29, 2019

BiPiSci – Flat Earth Test click to listen (TRT 6:23) Click above to listen to part 3 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Jim Underdown, Executive Director of the Center for Inquiry in Los Angeles and of the Independent Investigations Group, discussing his upcoming experiment to demonstrate that the Earth is round by looking for […]

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BiPiSci – Flat Earth: Harry Dyer / Flat Earth Meeting Too

July 29, 2019

BiPiSci – Flat Earth Meeting Too click to listen (TRT 3:51) Click above to listen to part 2 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Harry Dyer, lecturer in education at the University of East Anglia. His article about the flat earth convention is titled “I Watched an Entire Flat Earth Convention for my Research, Here […]

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BiPiSci – Flat Earth: Alex Moshakis / Flat Earth Meeting

July 29, 2019

BiPiSci – Flat Earth Meeting click to listen (TRT 9:23) Click above to listen to part 1 of Skeptic Check: Flat Earth, featuring Alex Moshakis, a journalist who writes for the Observer, the Guardian, and Esquire. His article on the U.K.’s first Flat Earth convention appeared in May, 2018 in the Guardian.

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