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The Evolution 2.0 Podcast explores the intersection of art, technology, business, biology and spirituality. Discover new trends in evolution that change the way we think about everything. Host Perry Marshall is author of Evolution 2.0 and founded the Evolution 2.0 Technology Prize, a $10 million quest for the missing link between the information age and life itself.
 
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Kevin Freeman, a global financial analyst commissioned by the Pentagon, is one of the world’s leading experts on the issues of Economic Warfare and Financial Terrorism. Here, Kevin and I explore the uses and abuses of AI, algorithms, surveillance technology, and ways foreign governments encroach on people who live in allegedly "free" countries. ...…
 
Some science teachers avoid or minimize evolution. Others ram it down their students' throats. Is there another way? Michael Reiss, who is both an evolutionary biologist and ordained priest in the Church of England, explains his method of evolution as a sensitive issue. With the growth of Muslim populations in the UK and Europe, this isn't just ...…
 
Sy Garte is author of The Works of His Hands: A Scientist's Journey from Atheism to Faith. He is a PhD biologist who has published over 200 papers and worked as a grant reviewer for the NIH. Here he tells his story of transforming from militant atheism to faith and why science itself rejects materialism. Sy Garte's Website: www.thebookofworks.c ...…
 
Daniel White Hodge confronts racism in America as seen through the eyes of a black man in a mixed race marriage, communication arts professor and hip hop music. Using Charles Darwin’s racism as a jumping off point, we explore the complicated question of race polarization in America. https://www.whitehodge.com/…
 
What do you think about God when your newborn son dies in your arms? Khaldoun Sweis gives a candid telling of his life’s traumatic moment.
 
“When Perry’s brother quit his missionary job and abandoned Christian faith, this plunged Perry into a deep crisis of questioning everything himself. And he decided to put Christian beliefs on the biggest public anvil he could find and invite the whole world to swing a hammer. This became an email list of two hundred and fifty thousand people, ...…
 
Why is Old Testament bible god so mean and nasty? Why is nature so ruthless and unforgiving? Where do we get our ideas about a kinder, gentler society? Perry Marshall and Paul Braoudakis take the gloves off.
 
At the Royal Society in Great Britain on May 31, 2019, Perry Marshall announced the Evolution 2.0 Prize was being doubled to $10M. Present in the room were Denis Noble, Fellow of the Royal Society, Dr. Paul Flather of Oxford, Clive Cookson Science Editor of the Financial Times, Investor Kevin Ham and several other scientists from the UK. Perry ...…
 
Denis Noble, one of the judges for the Evolution 2.0 Prize, discusses in this interview why we can't just put lipstick on a pig - why the public needs to be aware that evolutionary theory has undergone a revolution, and how this affects not only religious and philosophical discussions but policies and actions in medicine economics and politics. ...…
 
Perry responds to the 11-page review of Evolution 2.0 in CRSQ, the Creation Research Society Quarterly, written by Royal Truman: https://creationresearch.org/wp-conte... Zach Spear interviews Perry about growing up in a conservative evangelical church; creationism, evangelical theology, evolution, miracles, cosmology; a new way to look at Adam ...…
 
Brenda Dunne was a scientist at Princeton University's Engineering Anomalies Research Lab for 28 years, where she and her colleague Robert Jahn performed extensive experiments on telekinesis (displacing objects and changing the behavior of machines by concentration), remote perception (perceiving objects and locations at great distance) and pre ...…
 
Iconoclast, polymath, renegade and world-class chemist, Steve Benner engineered a new breed of DNA with 8 nucleotide options instead of four. This exponentially increases its data capacity and it’s called Hachimoji DNA. What are the implications of this? Steve sounds off about the conflict between research and advocacy, and the great power of s ...…
 
While working in plant research at Cambridge, Rupert Sheldrake became dissatisfied with existing materialistic theories of science. This led him to develop his theory of morphic resonance. Sheldrake has become a leading proponent of switching from a reductionist scientific paradigm to a holistic paradigm. In this conversation we discuss scienti ...…
 
Frank Visser became a friend and colleague of Ken Wilbur in the 1980s and wrote a book about his work. In this conversation, we discuss Frank’s departure from Ken Wilbur’s insistence that life itself and evolution are manifestations of the divine. We explore the question of how theology informs specific evolutionary theories. Does invoking God ...…
 
Michael Behe's "Darwin Devolves" asks: Has Darwin solved the design problem in biology? Behe says absolutely not, and backs his position with detailed examples. Furthermore, nobody has really solved the famous problem of "irreducible complexity" that Behe described in "Darwin's Black Box." But Perry Marshall insists Behe has still omitted vital ...…
 
Two world class physicists from Oxford, together with philosophy professor Hans Halvorson from Princeton, integrate faith and science in their new book "It Keeps Me Seeking." Andrew Briggs specializes in nanomaterials and quantum information, and Andrew Steane made a key discovery which was necessary to make quantum computing possible. I sat do ...…
 
Former president of Google China, Kai-Fu Lee, describes the rapid acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in China. He discusses what AI is and is not capable of and how AI challenges us to get much more clarity about what it means to be human. His new book AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order presents ...…
 
The opening shot of my book Evolution 2.0 is an argument between me and my brother about evolution. Bryan had been a missionary in China, but in four years he went from right-wing Christian seminary grad to almost atheist. He was dragging me with him. I wasn’t enjoying it, but I knew I had to be intellectually honest. I found myself retreating ...…
 
Wynand De Beer has written a beautiful book From Logos to Bios. He links diverse ideas from the ancient Greeks and their ideas about mathematics and life with recent evolutionary discoveries like convergence and orthogenesis. He offers a new framework for evolutionary models that recognize the deteriorating state of the Darwinism, replacing it ...…
 
Many have claimed atheism was only incidental to the operation of communism under Lenin, Stalin and the old Soviet Union. Victoria Smolkin's new book "A Sacred Space is Never Empty" is the first book to closely examine the role of atheism in Russia. She explains why the Soviet government promoted atheism so assiduously and expended great effort ...…
 
Podcaster Joe Rogan sat down with Elon Musk. They discussed AI & Evolution. (Full interview at https://youtu.be/ycPr5-27vSI.) Entrepreneur Tim Berthold mentioned the Elon interview to bestselling author, speaker, engineer and strategy consultant Perry Marshall. Perry explains why the "Singularity" (the prediction that we're all going to upload ...…
 
I just did a rock-em-sock-em interview with Audie Cashion of World Peace Center. We dug into… The business secrets of blue-green algae Why you gotta pay attention to the pendulum swings in culture The germ of the idea of equality…and what it means in an unequal 80/20 world Why you must find your tribe…and how to know when you’ve found it How no ...…
 
For a century, the belief was that genetic information built organisms, never the other way around. A new paper by Denis Noble definitively proves otherwise. The paper is called “Central Dogma or Central Debate.” In this interview, Denis explains the revolution that is going on in genetics.
 
David Quammen's book "The Tangled Tree: A New History of Life" tells the story of evolution through the eyes of Carl Woese, a not-terribly-famous but truly ingenious revolutionary who flipped evolution on its side, literally 90 degrees. He upended Darwin's famous tree of life, showing that genes can come from almost anywhere. Woese's contributi ...…
 
Claude Shannon made our modern digital world possible. He wrote a landmark paper called "The Mathematical Theory of Communication" which gave birth to computer networks, cell phones, compact discs, digital recording and video. It also lent huge insights into genetics and biology. Rob Goodman & Jimmy Soni have written the first full biography of ...…
 
Did people in the Middle Ages believe the Earth was flat? Were Christians the enemy of Copernicus? Are science and religion enemies? Dr. Ted Davis, professor of the history of science and religion tells us the real story.
 
The Young Earth Creationist and His Curious Daughter. Dinner with my friend Bob, a Young Earth Creationist, and his 12 year old daughter Melanie takes a peek at how evolution really works.
 
What we know about codes has sweeping implications for not only science but philosophy and religion as well. We define terms and make clear who should read this book, and who will likely be too offended to bother reading it.
 
In four years, my younger brother Bryan went from seminary grad and missionary in China to the doorstep of atheism - and he was dragging me with him. This was an earthquake for everyone in my family, because we’re pastor’s kids.
 
Because I’m an Electrical Engineer, I decided to let science decide this for me: Does nature really point us to atheism? Or does science favor faith? Darwinian theory is consistently challenged by doctors and engineers. Does that mean the engineers know something the biologists don’t? Or do the biologists know something the engineers don’t know ...…
 
My first business was building stereo equipment and I was selling my brand in a retail store when I was 17. Later I worked in manufacturing, acoustics, and digital networking. What does engineering tell us about evolution?
 
100 years ago, biologists discovered they could generate DNA mutations with radiation, which was easy to do. They were excited because they believed they could now accelerate evolution. They tried experiments with fruit flies for decades. They learned a great deal about which genes perform certain functions… but as far as generating evolutionar ...…
 
I had a huge epiphany when I realized that everything I knew about 1s and 0s as a communication engineer applied to DNA. This sliced through a LOT of nonsense a lot of people were spouting about evolution. It also indicated who I could safely listen to and what I was likely to find as I dug deeper.
 
A friend accidentally meets the inventor of digital imaging in an Oregon coffee shop, and the world’s first digital photo is Russell Kirsch’s son Walden in 1957. This sparks insight into the early history of life.
 
Barbara McClintock discovered corn plants can re-program their own DNA in 1944. But her colleagues thought she was crazy so she took her work underground for 20 years. But she won the Nobel Prize in 1983. Turns out nearly every cell in existence can cut, splice, and re-arrange its DNA - reprogramming itself when times get tough.…
 
Creationists say evolution has never been observed and cannot create new species. But if you know what to do, you can make new species at will with hybrids. A major blade in the evolutionary Swiss army knife.
 
Referred to as “Science’s Unruly Earth Mother”, a “vindicated heretic”and a “scientific rebel”, Lynn Margulis was an American evolutionary theorist, biologist, and science author. She was the primary modern proponent for symbiosis in evolution. Throughout her career, Margulis’ work aroused intense objection (one grant application elicited the r ...…
 
Purpose & Desire: What Makes Something “Alive” and Why Modern Darwinism Has Failed to Explain It is yet another in a line of PRO-evolution books by highly credible, mainstream biologists who are stepping forward and insisting that The Emperor really does have No Clothes. Turner is not in any way, shape or form opposed to the idea of evolution i ...…
 
How do you get to the bottom of an impossibly murky topic and find the truth? A 1300 year old story from Medieval English tells us how. In a private meeting with entrepreneurs from around the world, Perry Marshall explains how the ancient story of Beowulf teaches us how to solve scientific technological and business problems.…
 
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