Seven Great Experiments

In this hour, we'll try to shed light on some of the mysteries in the world that science has yet to explain. From nailing down the exact age of the universe to proving that ESP exists, we'll devise and dissect simple experiments that can help unlock some of science's still existing secrets. Guests: Rupert Sheldrake Author Seven Experiments That Could Change the World London, England Shawn Carlson Adjunct Professor of Physics San Diego State University Founder and Executive Director Society for Amateur Scientists San Diego, CA Speaker Professor of Psychiatry University of Pennsylvania Listeners call in

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