Episode 145: Syria Waits, NFL Pays Out on Head Injuries, Atheism Debate and more

Evidence and Intervention "I think there (is) some ... coordination between the two sides."George Sabra, leader of the Syrian National Council on the U.S. military coordinating with the Free Syrian Army over the timing of a military strike on Bashar al-Assad's regime. Listen Find more quotes from this week's guests and listen to the items below.  ...
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Evidence and Intervention

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"I think there (is) some ... coordination between the two sides."

George Sabra, leader of the Syrian National Council on the U.S. military coordinating with the Free Syrian Army over the timing of a military strike on Bashar al-Assad's regime. Listen


Find more quotes from this week's guests and listen to the items below.

 

NFL Pays Out

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"If I'm the NHL, if I'm Gary Bettman or the Board of Governors, I'm terrified of this."

-Ty Schalter, The Bleacher Report Listen

 

Athiesm's Inroads

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 "Atheists seek to impose their view on others. They proselytize about their beliefs and they often use a 'them' and 'us' ... which is a characteristic of fundamentalist beliefs."

- Margaret Somerville, director of the McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law on athiesm. Listen

 

Marisha Pessl's "Night Film": Should I Read It?

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-Becky Toyne, editor, Day 6 columnist Listen

 

"Blurred Lines" and Plagiarism

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"That's an interesting way of putting it. A dumbed down version."

-Dr. E. Michael Herrington, consultant and music copyright expert witness Listen

 

Cheating Death

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-Adam Gollner, authour "The Book of Immortality" Listen

 

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