Episode Guide

Testing New Drugs: Are People Guinea Pigs?

July 10, 2003

Can Religion Withstand Technology?

July 3, 2003

Is the Universe Full of Life?

June 26, 2003

Is Conciousness Definable?

June 19, 2003

Who Gets to Validate Alternative Medicine?

June 12, 2003

How Does Basic Science Defend America?

June 5, 2003

Does Psychiatry Have a Split Personality?

May 29, 2003

Will Computers Take a Quantum Leap?

May 22, 2003

Why Is Music So Significant?

May 15, 2003

How Does Order Arise in the Universe?

May 8, 2003

Microbes: Friend or Foe?

May 1, 2003

How Weird Is the Cosmos?

April 24, 2003

How Does the Autistic Brain Work?

April 17, 2003

Can We Believe in Both Science and Religion?

April 10, 2003

Is Science Fiction Science?

April 3, 2003

Will Intelligence Fill the Universe?

December 10, 2000

Will This Universe Ever End?

December 3, 2000

What Is Parapsychology?

November 26, 2000

Can You Learn to Be Creative?

November 19, 2000

How Does Technology Transform Society?

November 12, 2000

Who Needs Sex Therapy?

November 5, 2000

How Did We Think in the Last Millennium?

October 29, 2000

Why Is Quantum Physics So Beautiful?

October 22, 2000

Why Do We Make Music and Art?

October 15, 2000

Will Gene Therapy Change the Human Race?

October 8, 2000

Do Brains Make Minds?

October 1, 2000

Does Creativity Work at Work?

September 29, 2000

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