Science, Debating and Creationism
By Yannic Miller
To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play. Open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts.
A Podcast attempting to explain principles of science and debating in easy terms to common people and tying those principles into the creation/evolution debate.
||07 Common Sense||Episode 7 explains why common sense is useless in science and gives some examples where common sense leads to false conclusions. firstname.lastname@example.org||8 9 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||06 Same Genes Same Designer||Episode 6 adds on to the Evidence given by Zachary Moore in Episode 5 and refutes the "Same Genes - Same Designer" argument by introducing more DNA evidence. email@example.com||24 8 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||04 Evolution and the Loaded Question||Episode 4 explains the basics of evolutionary theory and cleans up some misconceptions about it, like the difference between micro- and macroevolution. Collin Hart explains what a “loaded question” is. firstname.lastname@example.org||5 8 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||03 Creationist Classifications and Equivocation||Episode 3 tries to classify creationists in three main groups. I talk about their main ideas and what kind of arguments are typical for them. Unfortunately I did not get Collin Hart to give us a logic lesson, so I try to explain the equivocation fallacy a||5 8 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||02 Science and the False Dichotomy||Episode 2 talks about Science in general, peer review, methodological naturalism and defines some terms (fact, theory, hypothesis...). Collin Hart will explain the False Dichotomy, or False Dilemma Fallacy. email@example.com||5 8 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||01 Wikipedia and The Hitler Card||Episode 1 is talking about the reliability of Wikipedia, plus I will go over logical fallacies in an overview. Collin Hart will then explain the Hitler Card fallacy. We also have Zach Staudt on for some random facts. Sorry for the background noise, it won||5 8 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Introduction Episode||The Introduction Episode to the Podcast is available here.||10 6 2007||Free||View In iTunes|