On this ID the Future, Rob Crowther interviews geologist Casey Luskin, recently back from getting his PhD in geology at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. Luskin, who formerly worked for Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture, and has just now rejoined the CSC, tells about his adventures doing field research in Africa, his side interest in human origins, his cross-cultural experiences, the amazing game parks, museums, and fossil sites he visited, and a little bit about his PhD, including some evidence suggesting that parts of Africa and Western Australia used to be connected.
On this episode of ID the Future, hear about the issues that arise when purported scientific truths turn out to, in fact, not be reproducible — skirting an important requirement of the scientific method. What are the implications for neo-Darwinian theory, science education, and scientific research itself? Listen in.Read More ›