The Michael Medved show is a national radio show broadcast out of Seattle, Washington. According to Talkers magazine, he has the fifth largest radio audience. He has a regular weekly segment on science and culture featuring scholars from the Discovery Institute.
Here is the fifth segment from this past week, courtesy of the Intelligent Design: The Future podcast.
The MP3 file is available for download. (35 minutes)
The description is:
On this episode of ID the Future, Jay Richards and Stephen Meyer join Michael Medved for a discussion of the phrase “scientific consensus” and how it is used in debates over controversial issues such as Darwinian evolution and climate change.
Each week, leading fellows from Discovery Institute will join Michael Medved to talk about the intersection of science and culture. Listen in live online or on your local Medved station, or stay tuned at ID the Future for the weekly podcast.
- Does global warming cause more tornadoes?
- Are we having more tornadoes now?
- Is science decoded NY consensus?
- Why would someone appeal to consensus
- If a person defends their view by using sweeping rhetoric and insults is that am indicator of strength
- Is there more extreme weather than before now?
- When did the last warming begin?
- Are we in a waking or cooling cycle now?
- How are scientists who dissent from the consensus treated?
- How much CO2 is needed in the atmosphere in order to create warming?
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- Episode one: Stephen C. Meyer on Thomas Nagel and intelligent design
- Episode two: Stephen C. Meyer on Richard Dawkins and the Cambrian explosion
- Episode three: John G. West discusses Darwinism and the value of human life
- Episode four: Stephen C. Meyer and John Lennox discuss human exceptionalism