Here's the sermon I gave on my last Sunday in Tallahassee, FL before moving to Los Angeles, CA.

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A continuation of Episode 119.

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It's move week–this is my last week in Tallahassee, Florida, so I'm basically a full time mover. So, for this week's show I answer as many Patron questions as I can from the top of my head.

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A mini episode based on a theme from the mailbag.

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A mini episode to cover feedback from last week's question on punching neo-nazis.

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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: How much does watching TV influence young children? What could happen when we start editing human DNA? Why is String Theory called a “theory?” Is it ok to punch a Nazi?
 
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 much does watching TV influence young children?
What could happen when we start editing human DNA?
Why is String Theory called a “theory?”
Is it ok to punch a Nazi?
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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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: Would you still be an atheist without your mystical experience? Does “mitochondrial Eve” support creationism? Why did Christianity spread so fast? What’s the difference between mental illness and evil?
 
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.
 
Does “mitochondrial Eve” support creationism?
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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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: How does science explain fossilized human footprints alongside dinosaur tracks? Is radiometric dating accurate? What’s the science behind hypnosis? Are marriages more likely to fail when women are the primary breadwinner?
 
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.
 
How does science explain fossilized human footprints alongside dinosaur tracks?
Is radiometric dating accurate?
What’s the science behind hypnosis?
From ASM 24:
Are marriages more likely to fail when women are the primary breadwinner?
 
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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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: What are virtual particles? Why do horror movies stick in my head? What do blind people see in their minds? Why does the sun make me sneeze?
 
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 are virtual particles?
What do blind people see in their minds?
Why does the sun make me sneeze?
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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For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: Why is singing in worship more powerful than study? What is the science of cohabitation? Would sound exist if we couldn’t hear it? How do we know human activity effects climate?
 
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 is singing in worship more powerful than study?
What is the science of cohabitation?
Would sound exist if we couldn’t hear it?
How do we know human activity effects climate?
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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