I actually recorded a podcast! It’s been over a year. Here are my profanity-ridden reflections on the midterm elections and the irrational and uninformed electorate. Enjoy!
I noticed I haven’t been posting too much here lately and it’s because I have been posting elsewhere. I added The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast to my blogroll. Check it out! It’s going to be really cool and I need your help to spread the word.
We also have a few new things over at Slacker Astronomy.
And did you check out my iPhone app, Bubbler? GIVE ME $0.99 NOW!!!!!
Spread a little too thin sometimes…
Here is a very interesting interview I did with Ernan McMullin. He is a fascinating guy who knew Schrodinger and Carl Sagan. He is a priest and he studied theoretical physics. He is currently the Oâ€™Hara Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame and the godfather of a good friend of mine. I blogged about him before in regards to Intelligent Design, which he thinks is nonsense on both scientific and theological grounds. It’s a fairly long but highly interesting interview. Check it out!
Download/Listen (MP3, 01:13:19, 34.4MB)
Here is an interview I did the other night with Robert Stephens, founder of the Geek Squad.
A bit of a roundup concerning Foley, Woodward, close-minded conservatives, Bush and, of course, Iraq.
No. 67: Political Roundup (Click to listen)
This is from an interview I did with Pam Ellison, who is running for governor of Minnesota. This part was recorded after the main interview. Pam didn’t know I was recording, although I did let her listen to this before I posted it so as to not betray any confidence. I will be posting the main interview at some point, but I thought this bit was pretty interesting. She talks about being religous and pro-choice as well as a little bit about her time working for Jesse Ventura.
No. 65: Pam Ellison, Candidate for Governor of Minnesota, Part 1 (Click to listen)