Quirks & Quarks on science & religion

 — Apr. 21, 200621 avril 2006

Science and religion are often seen in conflict, but that’s something Brother Guy Consolmagno would like to put behind us. He’s certainly put it behind him. Brother Guy is the curator of Meteorites of the Vatican Observatory, and an accomplished planetary scientist, and he sees no tension at all between his science and his religion. He also thinks many scientists with religious beliefs feel the same way. The conflict, he suspects, is a result of people who know too little about both science and religion.

Bob McDonald’s interview with Bro. Guy was aired on the April 15 episode of CBC’s Quirks & Quarks. It is available in mp3 format here: www.cbc.ca/quirks/media/2005-2006/mp3/qq-2006-04-15e.mp3.

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