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PRI: To the Best of Our Knowledge

By Wisconsin Public Radio

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Description

To the Best of Our Knowledge cracks open the world and the ideas that fuel it through interviews with the world's luminaries, from experts to cultural icons. Each show revolves around a theme where we explore these ideas and the people who consider them.

Customer Reviews

Great!

This program is fantastic and has easily become one of my favorite PRI/NPR programs. If you like ponder the intersections of philosophy, religion, and science then you'll love this podcast.

One of my favorites

Along with RadioLab, This American Life, Backstory, and The Memory Palace, this is story telling at its best.

Too Much Spirituality

I think this podcast is partly sponsored by the Templeton foundation that has an underlying agenda. There is too much trying to shoehorn religious ideas into science and the result is often gibberish. The recent podcast featuring Rupert Sheldrake was the last straw for me. His ideas are so spacey you might as well propose unicorns orbiting jupiter and make about as much sense. The underlying implication is that there is consciousness outside the mind which opens the door to the existence of a soul, heaven, hell and so on. The podcast poses as science but is in many ways anti science. Some of the podcast is interesting but the spiritual meme just keeps rearing it's spooky head.