REASON Podcast is a weekly discussion of events, current and historical, from a skeptical and rational perspective without theological bias.
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1. 6-10-2012.mp3 (played 17 times)
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3. 5-27-2012.mp3 (played 12 times)
4. 5-20-2012.mp3 (played 11 times)
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6. 5-6-2012.mp3 (played 14 times)
7. 4-29-2012.mp3 (played 15 times)
8. 4-22-2012.mp3 (played 13 times)
9. 4-15-2012.mp3 (played 13 times)
10. 4-8-2012.mp3 (played 17 times)
11. 4-1-2012.mp3 (played 11 times)
12. 3-25-2012.mp3 (played 15 times)
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14. 3-11-2012.mp3 (played 13 times)
15. 2-19-2012.mp3 (played 10 times)
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17. 2-5-2012.mp3 (played 14 times)
18. 1-29-2012.mp3 (played 8 times)
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20. 6-17-2012.mp3 (played 11 times)
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23. 7-8-2012.mp3 (played 4 times)
24. 7-15-2012.mp3 (played 6 times)
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This random week, Supreme Court says genes can't be patented; patient advocates and researchers cheer, Russian President: I did not steal Super Bowl Ring, William Jennings Bryan, True Blood is better than Twilight.
This random week, Atomic bomb tests confirm formation of new brain cells, Valedictorian rips up preapproved speech, recites prayer instead, thermonuclear devices, cats have a soul.
This random week, New Zogby poll: scandal chatter doesn't matter, Graphene, even if stitched together, is strongest material in the world, Tornadoes, Jules Verne invented water.
This random week, Freedom of religion holds strong today, Attorney: Nushawn Williams does not have HIV, The House Un-American Activities Committee, Drone attacks are a legitimate way to fight our enemies both domestically and abroad.
This random week, 67% of alternative medicine users are women, Gaerman homeschooling family's request for Asylum denied by the U.S. Government, The Prince, We should build landing strips on the moon for aliens.
This random week, Village Co-op owners sue to stop bike share installation, Re. Lamar Smith defends tentative changes to research funding, a rare, but fun, rant, Cinco de Mayo, The primary goal for a politician should be to get reelected by his or her constituency.
This random week, Reading between the lines: jailing of Turkish blogger wasn't about religion, England prepares to vaccinate a million children as measles cases surge, Chernobyl, Schools should be outfitted with bullet-proof white boards.
The relationship between intelligence and multiple domains of religious belief: Evidence from a large US Sample, New app helps Icelanders avoid accidental incest, Deal approved in Muslims' suit against McDonald's, Skepticism, Science is faith-based.
Josh's trials with the Yeti, Critical analysis of pop culture - daisy, Church time with David, Climate change did not cause the 2012 US drought, says government report, Bieber criticized for Anne Frank comment, Margarine, A teacher should be fired if he or she cannot teach his or her students.
Defeated by John Adams, North Carolina Religion bill killed- but one third of Americans want Christianity as official religion of USA, Plan B must be available to all without a prescription, judge rules, What the f**k?, We probably don't know what the hell we are talking about, John Adams, The Federal Government should continue to fund artists through the National Endowment for the Arts.
Thoughts on Easter, Church time with David, Prop 8, DOMA, Monsanto, Reservoir Peeps.
The 1918 influenza pandemic hastened the decline of tuberculosis in the United States: an age, period, cohort analysis, Energy drinks may increase blood pressure, change heart rhythm, Pope Francis says the 'nones' can be allies for the church, Why you should eat and exercise based on your blood type, Tuberculosis, Public schools should adopt a mandatory school uniform policy.
Making Difference: Conflict over Irish identity in the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade, CPAC Racism panel derailed by audience member who suggests slaves should have been grateful for food, shelter, and clothing, Atheism is a religion, Too, Hundreds checked for rabies after transplant death, Saint Patrick, D.G. Listens to the second half of the show.
Vena, Veda, Venus, Hugo Chavez: The interview that never happened, Illinois lawmaker seeks to ban sale of lion meat, a rare, but fun, rant, Venus, Belief in God is rational.
Special guest Troy Boyle, and The 2nd Annual National Atheist Party Convention, March 9th, San Francisco, California, Voles, Vasopressin, and the ethics of framing, The Holocaust just got more Shocking, Do telepathic rats advent biologic computers?, you are completely insane.
Extracting Energy from Black Holes: The relative importance of the Blandford-Znajek Mechanism, California School District sued for promoting religion by offering yoga classes, New study raises questions about religion as deterrent against criminal behavior, Church time with David, Black holes, Rob Schnieder is the greatest actor ever.
Social Change and Collective Memory: The Democratization of George Washington, Retired Pope immune from abuse probes, Smoking synthetic marijuana may damage kidneys, George Washinton, Under some circumstances, women should fake orgasms.
Our very special interview with David G McAffee, author of 'Mom, Dad, I'm an Atheist,' And how cheddar is clearly a better cheese than Mozzarella.
Susana Mendaro v. The World Bank, Insane shit that people email us, Ralph Shortey, Oklahoma State Senator, Introduces bill banning fetuses in food, Former Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle shot dead at Texas gun range, Church time with David: lying to children, The World Bank, and the IMF, Civilization will evolve to a place where we no longer require a monetary economic system.
Interview with Tyler Measom, of 'Flim Flam Films,' Discussing their upcoming documentary - James Randi: An Honest Liar, Republicans, Democrats ready for broad immigration reform, Palin speaks out after leaving Fox, The myth of anti-oxidants, Russia to rework bill on offending religion, Why Congress is paralyzed: A Scientific Explanation, We probably don't know what the hell we are talking about, Science is a threat to humanity.
Our Solar System's second smallest-and speediest-planet is still causing surprises, Reality and Religion, Surprise! Mom packed you a nice gun, Citing religion, some health workers refuse flu shots, This day in history: LA Thompson, Mercury, All students should be required to say the Pledge of Allegiance.
Philip A. Hart v. Cult Awareness Network, Critical analysis of pop culture: California Gurls, Cheektowaga teacher sues over forced removal of religious items, diet soda and depression & diet drinks 'link to depression' questioned, A rare, but fun, rant, cults, cats are just useless dogs.
Evidence for an association between KIBRA and late-onset Alzheimers, First member of Congress describes religion as 'none,' Montana bill mutates, a rare, but fun, rant, Memory, Should all acces to Conservapedia be banned on Sundays?
Commitment Devices, Englishman wakes from stroke speaking fluent Welsh, G.O.P. Backs off a demand, clearing way for more talks, This day in history: Edwin Hubble, New Year's, Praying for world peace
Weight Control during the Holidays: Highly consistent self-monitoring as a potentially useful self-coping mechanism, Polling and Religion in Canada, How Religion is making a comeback on college campuses, a rare, but fun, rant, Kwanzaa, Sin tax