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Episode One – Introduction - Our first episode serves as an introduction to the show and provides a brief overview of the kinds of issues this show intends to address.
Episode Two – Some Anti-Reason Hawking Quotes - A look at some Hawking quotes and why he was not a friend of reason. Many of these quotes are typical of many in the field.
Episode Three – The Universe and the Big Bang - Our third episode discusses the concept of the universe and some of the philosophical implications of the "Big Bang".
Episode Four – The Possible and AI - Our fourth episode discusses the concept of the "possible" and provides a brief argument for why we do not think artificial intelligence is possible.
Episode Five – Various Questions - A discussion of what is wrong with science today. As well as quantum theory, relativity, string theory and more.
Episode Six – Questions About Dwayne, Ashna And The Show - Today we discuss some most and least favorite historical figures, discuss the history and future of the show and Ashna discusses her academic background.
Episode Seven – The Philosophy of Bohr - A discussion of the philosophy of Niels Bohr and some of its influences, such as pragmatism. We will explore these by looking at some Bohr quotes.
Episode Eight – Quora Questions on Creationism - Today we go over some Quora questions on the universe and Creationism and answer a question from one of our listeners.
Episode Nine – An Interview with the Physicist Juanma - Today we interview the Spanish physicist Juanma on physics, the role of philosophy in physics and what can be done to improve the state of modern physics.
Episode Ten – Interview With The Author of “Creating Christ” - Today we interview James Valliant, author of the book "Creating Christ: How Roman Emperors Invented Christianity".