Tim Ball, climatologist, about climate science and the politics of global warming. Fascinating history of the climatology profession... Dr. Ball is being sued for defamation in regard to his criticisms of other climate professionals. The lawsuits are on-going and Dr. Ball is committed to getting to the truth and justice.
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Michel Seymour (Department of Philosophie, University of Montreal) about his academic research on the collective rights of groups and associations of citizens within a national state, rights beyond the simple rights of individuals.
Robert Ivan Martin about his latest book "Free Expression in Canada", and about the state of Canadian society regarding expression, freedom, and the law.
June 21, 2012 show: Dr. Imme Gerke and Chi Tran on the ethics of pesticide use and whistleblowing in institutions
Imme Gerke (Ph.D., cell biology) and civil servant Chi Tran (B.Sc., biochemistry; M.A., anthropology of whistleblowers in institutions) about the science of bio-pesticides and the ethics of pesticide use and regulations.
Friday, August 24, 2012
Benjamin Dias, about various campus issues that have put the student council in the news this last year. (Hickey's first Train hosting, Denis Rancourt on the technical controls.)