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Science Uprising 09 Fossils

Fossils: Mysterious Origins

It’s often claimed that fossils provide convincing evidence for Darwinian evolution in the history of life. But is that really the case? In this newest episode of Science Uprising, join paleontologist Günter Bechly, geologist Casey Luskin, and evolutionary biologist Richard Sternberg as they explore the state of the debate over the fossil record and the evidence for Darwinian evolution. Plus, Read More ›

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One God or Many Universes?

What is the best explanation for the fine-tuning of the universe? Philosopher of science Stephen Meyer digs into the evidence of fine-tuning and shows how it points to intelligent design. Along the way, he responds to those who claim that the multiverse hypothesis defeats the need for intelligent design.

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Debra Saunders Interviews John McWhorter on the Limits of Antiracism

Since the killing of George Floyd in May 2020, Americans have been engaged in a vast discussion on the state of race in America. Like many topics in the country, the issue has become a divisive, tense debate about how the country faces its racist past, the meaning of systemic racism, the role of critical race theory in K–12 schools and universities, and what it means to be "anti-racist" during this challenging moment in American civic life. Read More ›
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Foresight in Chemistry and Life

What can the chemistry of life teach us about the purposeful design of the universe? Join renowned chemistry professor Dr. Marcos Eberlin as he explores many ingenious features of nature that point beyond blind evolution to the necessity of a creative mind behind the universe.

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Fossil Evidence for Human Evolution

In this bonus interview released as part of the Science Uprising series, geologist Casey Luskin discusses fact and fiction when it comes to fossils that are said to support the evolution of humans from ape-like ancestors. What is media hype, and what is good science? What about specific fossils like Ardi, Lucy, and Homo naledi?

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The Bill Walton Show: Why America Must Remain the World’s Preeminent Seapower

After decades of cuts to shipbuilding and maintenance, the United States Navy has been stripped down to a fleet barely larger than it was 100 years ago, in1916. Meanwhile, China has dramatically increased its spending on its Navy, as well as on its Air Force, cyberspace and electronic warfare capabilities. Alarmingly, Beijing is building islands in the South China Sea, threatening trade routes and menacing allies. Read More ›