This episode was recorded live at Greyfriar's Kirk in Edinburgh, Scotland. The questions are unscreened and the answers are unrehearsed.

This tour is to support the paperback release of my book, Finding God in the Waves in the UK.

Join us for The Liturgists Gathering in London in 2018!

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This episode was recorded live at Gallery Church in Birmingham, England. The questions are unscreened and the answers are unrehearsed.

This tour is to support the paperback release of my book, Finding God in the Waves in the UK.

Join us for The Liturgists Gathering in London in 2018!

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This episode was recorded live at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church in London, England. The questions are unscreened and the answers are unrehearsed.
 
This tour is to support the paperback release of my book, Finding God in the Waves in the UK.
 
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This is a special edition discussing the BFR from SpaceX.

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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: What is convergent evolution? How does chlorophyll create food from light? Why doesn’t the national debt effect our daily lives? Do violent video games desensitize us?
 
You're in charge of this program. All you have to do is submit a question using #asksciencemike on Twitter, YouTube, or Soundcloud. You can also submit questions anonymously on asksciencemike.com.
 
What is convergent evolution?
How does chlorophyll create food from light?
Why doesn’t the national debt effect our daily lives?
Do violent video games desensitize us?
 
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.
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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: Why do so many people believe Earth is flat? How do you understand the roles science and faith play in our lives? What happens in the brains of people who decide to commit suicide? What does dinosaur DNA say about the age of Earth?
 
You're in charge of this program. All you have to do is submit a question using #asksciencemike on Twitter, YouTube, or Soundcloud. You can also submit questions anonymously on asksciencemike.com.
 
Why do so many people believe Earth is flat?
How do you understand the roles science and faith play in our lives?
What happens in the brains of people who decide to commit suicide?
What does dinosaur DNA say about the age of Earth?
 
 
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.
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Sorry the show is late this week, Gregg's laptop crashed. I'm posting this one from the road, so here's the links for this episode, without the normal "show notes" trim.

 

 
 
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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: What would creation look like to an observer outside of time? What happens when people on on “auto pilot?” What happens in the brain of someone who is protesting? Is it possible for mental illness to only impact part of the brain?
 
You're in charge of this program. All you have to do is submit a question using #asksciencemike on Twitter, YouTube, or Soundcloud. You can also submit questions anonymously on asksciencemike.com.
 
Here are some resources if you’d like to dig deeper into topics from this episode.
What would creation look like to an observer outside of time?
What happens when people on on “auto pilot?”
 
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.
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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: How would raising the minimum wage effect our economy? What do you think about miracles? When does a soul enter the body, and how does that inform a stance on abortion? Are there any credible, secular challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution via Natural Selection.
 
You're in charge of this program. All you have to do is submit a question using #asksciencemike on Twitter, YouTube, or Soundcloud. You can also submit questions anonymously on asksciencemike.com.
 
Here are some resources if you’d like to dig deeper into topics from this episode.
How would raising the minimum wage effect our economy?
What do you think about miracles?
When does a soul enter the body, and how does that inform a stance on abortion?
Are there any credible, secular challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution via Natural Selection.
Ask Science Mike is made possible by listeners like you. Learn more on our Patreon page
Here are some resources on each answer if you'd like to dig deeper.
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.
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This week's show is all about the eclipse happening in the continental USA on August 21, 2017. Here's a few resources to go along with what you heard.

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