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Ockham's Razor - Program podcast

By ABC Radio National

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Description

A soap box for all things scientific, with short talks about research, industry and policy from people with something thoughtful to say about science.

Customer Reviews

Insightful and Thought Provoking

Ockham's Razor covers a wide range of fascinating topics and obtains world-renowned experts to discuss those topics. The topics are also presented in a manner that the average layperson is included in the conversation. More programs, please!

Not What I Expected

I was expecting interviews with Scientist, but it appears that this is just a platform for individuals to read their opinions. This is fine but I prefer more of an interview than a speech.

Episode 4 : Prof. Aiken

What a load of bunk. The man opens with the admission that he is not a scientist, and that he is not trained to evaluate claims of global climate change, then goes on to demonstrate that his admission was grossly over-esimating his abilities. Ignoring or ignorant of the preponderance of evidence, I was disturbed to realize that a PodCast that categorizes itself under "science & medicine" gave airtime to such an ignorant political idealogue. At this rate I expect to hear Ben Stein on Evolution, Dick Cheney on Morality, or President Akhmadinadjad on Liberalism. People should accept that the uninformed opinion is of little worth, but is often shouted the loudest. This podcast certainly gives them a rooftop to shout from. I will continue to listen, as some podcasts have a rough start, and may reevaluate in the future. Please make room for people who ARE experts on the topics that they espouse.

Ockham's Razor - Program podcast
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  • Category: Science & Medicine
  • Language: English

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