This is a live episode recorded at the Wild Goose Festival 2019.

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This week Science Mike Talks with Tori Williams Douglass about faith, science, and anti-racism. You can support Tori's new project, White Homework, on right here on Patreon.

In a special episode, Science Mike sits down with William Matthews to talk about art and advocacy.

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June 17, 2019

Episode 184 - Heartbreak

This week, Science Mike talks about his medical rest and recent struggle with heart disease.

Science Mike and Michael Gungor are going on a The Liturgists tour called Tabs & Wafers. Tickets are on sale now.

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Here’s the questions covered on this week’s episode, along with additional resources:

Does time exist?

From Eternity to Here: The Quest for the Ultimate Theory of Time

The Fabric of the Cosmos

What can we do to reduce personal plastic pollution?

You Can Help Turn the Tide on Plastic. Here’s How.

How might humans evolve in the future?

Is Universal Basic Income a possible means to address unemployment from automation?

Money for nothing: the truth about universal basic income

Science Mike is going on tour with Michael Gungor for an event called Tabs and Wafers. Grab your ticket today.

This week Science Mike talks about memories of his friendship with Rachel Held Evans. Rachel passed away on May 4, 2019, and left a changed world in her wake.

How Rachel Held Evans really should be remembered by Sarah Bessey and Jeff Chu

Our Rachel by Austin Channing Brown

This week we covered these questions on Ask Science Mike:

Is there a way to escape the current monopolized control of "algorithms" when it comes to how we find and perceive information?

Fake News & Media Literacy

How can I be more gracious to my wife during my faith transition?

Finding God in the Waves

Does the "no platforming" movement against the alt-right set ourselves up for failure if the tables ever get turned?

What are the most effective ways to implement a carbon tax?

Canada passed a carbon tax that will give most Canadians more money

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This week Science Mike talks with his friend Christy Neal about what it’s like to live with a brain injury.

 

Christy Neal is a stay-at-home mom and former homeschool mom of 10 years. She enjoys entertaining, organizing, gardening, long walks with friends and all things pizza related.

 

Christy lives in Los Angeles with her 3 children and husband of almost 19 years.

For the next three weeks, Hillary McBride is answering your questions about mental health. Hillary McBride is a therapist and researcher, and one of Science Mike's best friends. Her book Mothers, Daughters, and Body Image: Learning to Love Ourselves as We Are has helped women all over the world learn to love their bodies and heal from past hurts. She's also a co-host of The Liturgists Podcast.
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In this second of three episodes, Hillary McBride is answering your questions about mental health. Hillary McBride is a therapist and researcher, and one of Science Mike's best friends. Her book Mothers, Daughters, and Body Image: Learning to Love Ourselves as We Are has helped women all over the world learn to love their bodies and heal from past hurts. She's also a co-host of The Liturgists Podcast.

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