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Ockham's Razor - Program podcast

Ockham's Razor - Program Podcast

William of Ockham was an English monk, philosopher, theologian, who provided the scientific method with its key principle 700 years ago. ...
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2010-08-29 Why 24 April matters: the story of the Armenian genocide

08/28/10
Clinical Associate Professor Robert Kaplan is a forensic psychiatrist and historian from the University of Wollongong. Today he tells the ...

2010-08-22 No Ockham's Razor program today due to a post-election coverage

08/21/10
Due to post-election coverage this morning Radio National will not broadcast an Ockham's Razor talk. However there will be a podcast on our ...

2010-08-15 Carbon offsets, ecosystems, climate change and bad politics

08/14/10
Today we hear from Penny van Oosterzee, an ecologist working with Regional Bodies across Australia to aggregate terrestial carbon offsets ...

2010-08-08 Critical thinking

08/07/10
Queensland teacher Peter Ellerton laments the fact that few educational institutions actively and explicitly teach the skills of critical ...

2010-08-01 Walking the path together

07/31/10
Dr Anthony Hillin, statewide training co-ordinator for the NSW School-link training program at the New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry, ...

2010-07-25 Worlds in transition

07/24/10
Professor Jim Falk from the University of Melbourne discusses governance in a rapidly changing world. He has co-authored a book called ...

2010-07-18 Diamonds

07/17/10
Associate Professor James Rabeau from Macquarie University in Sydney takes a look at diamonds, particularly the synthetic diamond.

2010-07-11 Seabirds on the Southern Ocean

07/10/10
Author and keen birdwatcher Sue Taylor from Melbourne tells us of her quest to sight albatrosses in Australian waters. Travelling south ...

2010-07-04 Electric junk

07/03/10
Dr Trevor McAllister, a retired chemist from Melbourne, discusses our dependence on electricity.

2010-06-27 Retro revenge

06/26/10
Melbourne author Andrew Herrick talks about the fact that most of us are obsessed with anything new on the market, can't wait to buy the ...

2010-06-20 Memory and attention in health and disease

06/19/10
Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology at Monash University in Melbourne, John Bradshaw, illustrates clinical memory and attentional ...