In this episode of The Prism, Jason and Grant chat with Mr. Paul Ingraham, former massage therapist and woo apostate. His Wikipedia-esque website Save Yourself (soon to become PainScience.com) has a wealth of information about aches, pains, and injuries.
Jason is off running amok in the mountains, so Dr. Julie Frantsve-Hawley is filling in for him. In this episode, we are thrilled to interview Dr. Eugenie Scott, former Director of the National Center for Science Education.
Dr. Lauren Tedaldi talks about Sense About Science with Jason, Grant, and special co-host Dr. Julie Franstve-Hawley.
Dr. John Shook discusses the importance and relevance of the Philosophy of Science.
Dr. John Shook
received his PhD in philosophy at Buffalo. He was a professor of philosophy at Oklahoma State University from 2000 to 2006. He then left OSU to become Research Associate in Philosophy, and Instructor of Science Education, at the University at Buffalo. He teaches courses for the entirely online Science and the Public EdM program at Buffalo. He has also worked with several secular organizations, including the Center for Inquiry, the American Humanist Association, the Institute for Humanist Studies, the Humanist Institute, and the Society of Humanist Philosophers. http://shook.pragmatism.org/
Philosophy of Science discussion.
Critical thinking skills
The great unification https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYz_kQ7UkY8
And then pragmatism
Deepak and book sales. Interests other than naturalism or pragmatism. Don’t care about science.
Neil deGrasse Tyson and philosophy
New atheism explained
Limitations of science and the scientific method
Materials, methods and mechanisms
Test for coherence http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criteria_of_truth
What is the causal “go”
Cochrane reviews and the philosophy of science
Science communication (“know your audience”)
Beer: Magic Hat no.9
Check out the newest dental podcast: www.dentalhacks.com
WOD: Yankovic! Check out Weird Al’s new album and videos.
You can now read more from Grant at www.sciencebasedmedicine.org every month.
The wonderful, popular, and informative Science Based Medicine blog has asked Prism’s own Grant Ritchey to be a regular contributor. As readers and listeners of the Prism already know, there is a preponderance of woo in dentistry, and it is apt and fitting that SBM is to have a dental presence there. We know this will enable us to spread our anti-pseudoscience mission to a larger audience and are proud to be included in the SBM team. Please check us out there.