36 (Lamed Vav) Arguments for the Existence of Rebecca Newberger Goldstein:
A Work of FictionJanuary 29, 2010
Program: The Science Reader
Speakers: Rebecca Newberger Goldstein
Run Time: 1 hours 11 minutes
On Friday, January 29, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein visited Warwick's Bookstore in La Jolla to discuss her book, 36 Arguments for the Existence of...
The joy of science, the existence of God, and Galileo's finger
with chemist Peter AtkinsNovember 3, 2007
Program: The Science Studio
Speakers: Peter Atkins
Run Time: 1 hours 25 minutes
Peter Atkins is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, Fellow of Lincoln College. He is the author of nearly 60 books, including...
The Rightful Place with Michael Crow
Arizona State University
Program: The Rightful Place
Speakers: Michael Crow
Michael Crow is the 16th President of Arizona State University. He has established a number of important interdisciplinary research initiatives...
Women's Forum in Deauville
Changing life as we know it
Program: The Science Review
Speakers: Roger Bingham, Nita Farahany, Patricia Churchland, Aubrey de Grey, Cynthia Breazeal, Juan Enriquez, Maria Freire
A discussion about the consequences of prolonging life and the enhanced human brain/ computer interface. Books by Patricia Churchland: ...
Complex adaptive systems and childish wonder
A conversation with David Krakauer
Program: Santa Fe Institute at 25
Speakers: David Krakauer
Run Time: 45 minutes
David Krakauer is the Chair of the Faculty and Professor at the Santa Fe Institute. His research is focused on the evolutionary history of...
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