These podcasts discuss topics related to science. Some of the podcasts analyze examples of bad science or deal with new discoveries that are still not accepted by mainstream science.
Examination of the geological traces left on a variety of terrains by the secondary impacts of ice boulders ejected by an extraterrestrial impact on the Laurentide Ice Sheet.
Studying geology and astronomy after retirement led to the publication of several books about the Carolina Bays and a peer-reviewed publication.
Several objections have been raised against the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. This presentation examines whether it is possible to build a physics-based model with the information that is available.
Kaczorowski's 1977 thesis does not provide a reliable foundation for the hypothesis that the Carolina Bays are similar to oriented lakes and that they were created by eolian and lacustrine mechanisms.
The term "Ghost Bays" was originally used by Prof. W. Prouty to refer to Carolina Bays that have been highly eroded by moving water and are almost undetectable.
Discussion of a publication about Herndon Bay and the paradigm shift that will occur with the recognition that the Carolina Bays were created by secondary impacts of glacier ice.
This presentation examines some of the work being done to find extraterrestrial intelligence, including the search for exoplanets that may be able to harbor life.
This presentation compares the stress on society of the COVID-19 corona virus to the cataclysm of a comet impact at the onset of the Younger Dryas cooling event 12,900 years ago.
This presentation describes the scientific method and examines the reasons why controversies arise about scientific hypotheses.