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Arthur I. Miller
 Interview: Arthur I. Miller
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This week Derek chats with Arthur I. Miller, a PhD particle physicist who has spent his life fascinated with the nature of creative thinking and the cross-section between creativity and science. Arthur's latest book, 'Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art' is a look at this world from the 1960's until today.
Show Notes

– Date – July 8, 2014
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Skepticism Skepticism, Past and Future [x:xx]
Ghostbusters is 30 years old, it was released June 7, 1984.
– The film version of The Amityville Horror was release July 27, 1979 and spawned eleven other films.
The Philadelphia Experiment was released August 3, 1984.
The Blair Witch Project was released (in selected cities) on July 16, 1999.
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Wikipedia [x:xx]
Susan Gerbic
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Skeptical Humanities [x:xx]
Skeptical Humanities.

The Odds Must Be Crazy [xx:xx]
The Odds Must Be Crazy.
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Interview: Arthur I. Miller [xx:xx]
Arthur I. Miller
Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science Is Redefining Contemporary Art.

Outro Music [xx:xx]
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