The latest episode of [i:b21c943d8f]Point of Inquiry[/i:b21c943d8f] features an interview with Bill Nye The Science Guy, one of America’s leading popularizers of the scientific outlook. His former Science Guy show earned a total of 28 Emmys during it’s six year run. Mr. Nye is the author of five children’s books about science and regularly lectures at Cornell University as part of the Frank H.T. Rhodes Visiting Professorship. He is also a Fellow of CSICOP, the Committee for the Scientific Examination of Claims of the Paranormal. His new show [i:b21c943d8f]The Eyes of Nye[/i:b21c943d8f] airs on PBS stations across the country.
In this discussion with DJ Grothe, Mr. Nye talks about the problems facing our civilization and emphasizes the importance of science and science education in combating them.
Also in this episode, [i:b21c943d8f]Point of Inquiry[/i:b21c943d8f] contributer Lauren Becker asks Have You Been Saved? this Earth Day.
[i:b21c943d8f]Point of Inquiry[/i:b21c943d8f] is the Center for Inquiry’s radio show and podcast, drawing on CFI’s relationship with the leading minds of the day including Nobel Prize-winning scientists, public intellectuals, social critics and thinkers, and renowned entertainers. Each episode combines incisive interviews, features, and commentary focusing on CFI’s three research areas: pseudoscience and the paranormal, alternative medicine, and religion and secularism.
Past episodes include interviews with Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Chris Mooney, Eugiene Scott, Max Maven, Ibn Warraq, Susan Jacoby, Andrew Skolnick, Wallace Sampson, Derek and Swoopy, Joe Nickell, Paul Kurtz, Jamy Ian Swiss, Nobel Laureate Herbert Hauptman, and others.
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