Talking about the "things that matter most" on Oct. 27
4:00 – Kresta Comments: Is An Argument for An America Of Catholics An Argument for a Theocracy?
4:20 – Particles Faster Than the Speed of Light?
A group of physicists from Italy claim they have observed the subatomic particles called neutrinos traveling faster than the speed of light. That, of course, is the cosmic speed limit declared in Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity in 1905. If they are right — and the jury is still out — Einstein might have some explaining to do. Among other things, a neutrino or anything else that went faster than the speed of light could go backward in time. Physicists, who are quite sure that in fact E does still equal MC squared — whatever may come of this experiment — have expressed skepticism. We talk to Dr. Anthony Rizzi, Director and Founder of The Institute for Advanced Physics
5:00 – The Case for Graphic Images of Abortion
Most abortion advocates decry the use of graphic abortion photos as unfair and manipulative. "Shock value" has no place in the abortion debate, they might argue. In reality, abortion images are no more shocking than the act of abortion itself. The pictures, in fact, are far less shocking than seeing an abortion take place in person. This topic has taken to the web in the form of a new site dedicated to the argument that graphic images work, Dr. Monica Miller, is with us to discuss the issue with Al and with you.