Expecting More, but not too Much, From Science

Recognizing the role scientific advancement can play in making our world a better place, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss Boris Johnson’s bold plan to outlaw gasoline vehicles in the U.K. by 2030 as part of a “green industrial revolution” (01:27) and take a look at some implications from recent advancements in producing lab created diamonds (20:22). The guys also weigh in on the age-old debate on whether scientific advancement could ever render religion obsolete (32:08).

Recognizing the role scientific advancement can play in making our world a better place, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss Boris Johnson’s bold plan to outlaw gasoline vehicles in the U.K. by 2030 as part of a “green industrial revolution” (01:27) and take a look at some implications from recent advancements in producing lab created diamonds (20:22).  The guys also weigh in on the age-old debate on whether scientific advancement could ever render religion obsolete (32:08).

UK to ban gasoline car sales by 2030 as part of green plan (ABC News)

Scientists create diamonds at room temperature in minutes (CNN)

Why Religion Is Not Going Away and Science Will Not Destroy It (Pocket)