This week's episode covers your questions on how to take action to mitigate climate change. Here's some additional resources discussed this week:
This week's episode was recorded live at Placentia Presbyterian Churchin Placentia, CA. The questions are unscreened and the answers are unrehearsed--so fact check anything that sounds dubious to you. :)
Science Mike is co-hosting an online book club called the Cosmic Campfireabout mysticism and science. It starts next week.
I am a survior of sexual assault who has never come forward. On this episode, I discuss why, and what that means in how we respond to victims of sexual assault.
What does it take to build self-confidence?
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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: Why do people love to pop bubble wrap? What problematic beliefs are baked into secularism? What is the optimal human diet? What does science have to say about how parenting changes people’s personalities?
You're in charge of this program. All you have to do is submit a question on asksciencemike.com.
Why do people love to pop bubble wrap?
What is the optimal human diet?
What does science have to say about how parenting changes people’s personalities?
Preproduction by Andrew Galucki.
Ask Science Mike is produced by Gregg Nordin.
The Ask Science Mike theme song was written, performed, and recorded by Jeb Bodiford. If you need original podcast music, he's your guy.
You've got questions, he's got answers.
Even though we may not understand he'll talk anyway.
You've got problems, he won't solve them,
But he'll talk and talk and talk until he's blue in the face.
Science, faith, and life - Ask Science Mike.
This week is s special episode looking at the techniques and strategies for changing people's minds.
This is a special live episode with Tripp Fuller from Homebrewed Christianity.
Join Tripp and I (along with scientiests and theologians) for Cosmic Campfire this November. Head to cosmiccampfire.party to learn more.
Here’s some resources for the questions covered on this episode of Ask Science Mike.
How does Biblical marriage translate to our modern notions of marriage?
Can humanity to anything to prepare for an EMP?
What are your thoughts on Terror Management Theory as the root of beliefs about God?
This week we're talking about personality tests, a 100% oxygen atmosphere, the biology of male violence and unrequited love.
Anyone interested in doing public work (books, podcasts, speaking, etc) may be interested in my upcoming webinar.
On this week's program, Science Mike talks about Autism Spectrum Disorder, and how discovering that he's on the spectrum has impacted his life.
It's a strange, new thing: Ask Science Mike LIVE on the Internet.
This week we're talking about the crisis in masculinity--and new ways to imagine what being a man looks like.
Here’s the questions on this week’s show: Can you blow our minds with science? What are your thoughts on terraforming? Does white noise help or harm human sleep cycles? How do you cope with religious guilt?
Here are some resources for anyone who wants to dig deeper:
Can you blow our minds with science?
Does white noise help or harm human sleep cycles?
How do you cope with religious guilt?
This week we answered these questions on Ask Science Mike: Do faith conversations that happen at large events last? How do you reconcile the impersonal god of physics with a god of love? Is cooking with plastic safe? What happens in your brain when you’re having an extramarital affair?
Here’s some resources if you’d like to dig deeper.
How do you reconcile the impersonal god of physics with a god of love?
Is cooking with plastic safe?
What happens in your brain when you’re having an extramarital affair?