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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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11/30/-1

Apology for duplicate podcasts

11/29/11
We have just upgraded to a new website, and the move has caused some podcast subscribers to download duplicate mp3s. We apologise for this ...

2011-11-27 A question of collaboration

11/26/11
Sydney author Peter Macinnis is fascinated by the 19th century. Today he discusses the science and technology predictions of that era and ...

2011-11-20 Lathered up about CO2

11/19/11
Howard Morrison is an energy consultant, a hands on adviser to architects and engineers and today he joins the debate about how we can ...

2011-11-13 Epileptic seizures - turmoil hidden from view

11/12/11
Melbourne author Suzanne Yanko has written a self-published book called Epilepsy in the Family. She talks about different types of ...

2011-11-06 Mulling up Cannabis and psychosis

11/05/11
Psychiatrist Dr Matthew Large, Clinical Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychiatry at the University of New South Wales, responds to an ...

2011-10-30 Ignoring gen Y while the world sleepwalks to catastrophe

10/29/11
Fiona Heinrichs, who studies business administration at Macquarie University in Sydney, feels that her generation is largely ignored and ...

2011-10-23 A scientific view of non-scientific beliefs

10/22/11
Science communicator Dr Craig Cormick from Canberra discusses the fact that a large number of people believe in psychic powers, UFOs, magic ...

2011-10-16 Heat

10/15/11
Dr Jennifer Coopersmith is an Honorary Research Associate at La Trobe University in Bendigo, Victoria. She discusses the various theories ...

2011-10-09 Significant does not equal important: why we need the new statistics

10/08/11
Professor Geoff Cumming from the Statistical Cognition Laboratory at La Trobe University in Melbourne looks at how we interpret statistics.