Tag: science

Is It Possible to Go to Mars?

Circle of Insight May 11, 2017 63 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he discusses the possibility of going to Mars with Dr. James W. Rice, PhD (USA). Dr. James W. Rice is an Astrogeologist with over 25 years of research experience specializing in the surface geology and history of water on Mars. His career includes working for NASA, Astrogeology Headquarters of the Un

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Can We Travel in Time?

Circle of Insight May 11, 2017 102 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as we discover, can we travel in time with Dr. Clegg. BRIAN CLEGG holds a physics degree from Cambridge and has written regular columns, features, and reviews for numerous magazines. He lives in Wiltshire, England, with his wife and two children. Learn more about time travel: https://therapycable.com/ge

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The Psychology of Visual Perception

Circle of Insight May 10, 2017 53 No Comments

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We discuss the psychology of visual perception with DALE PURVES. DALE PURVES is Professor in the Departments of Neurobiology, Psychology, and Brain Sciences, and Philosophy at Duke University, USA. After earning a B.A. from Yale, an M.D. from Harvard Medical School, and completing an assistant residency at Massachusett

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How Did Science Influence Morality? With Michael Shermer

Circle of Insight March 6, 2017 49 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he explores how science and reason influences morality. Dr. Michael Shermer is the Founding Publisher of Skeptic magazine, a monthly columnist for Scientific American, a regular contributor to Time.com, and Presidential Fellow at Chapman University. His new book is The Moral Arc: How Science and Reas

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Bigfoot Meets Science: See Who Wins

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 47 No Comments

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Join us as Carlos explores Bigfoot meets Science: see who wins with Dr. Meldrum. Dr.Meldrum Dr. Meldrum joined the ISU faculty in 1993, after a stint with Northwestern University. His research revolves around questions of vertebrate evolutionary morphology, especially primate locomotor adaptations. His formal study of

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