Sarah Olson, Twenty Twenty, Science Fiction discussed on Science Friction
This is an ABC podcast. Sir Welcome to science frictions some Thomas as and I'm the Tesha Mitchell. Happy Twenty twenty. Well on its way now. This show started with a tweet. I'm considering writing a pace case about my experience being raised in an anti science anti medicines sexist community how there is a whole generation of women coming into adulthood with these beliefs and why escaped that toxic culture. Would you rated if I did. It was just that single passing tweet and it caught. My attention turns out. It was by a twenty one year old woman in Oregon Cole. Sarah Olson she works in a bookshop reviews popular science books for her blog. Read More Walk Science and so in this episode of Science Fiction. You've got a mate. Sarah Olson. I we're going to talk about faith challenged and finding science. It's in trump's America. I started reading on the origin of species just as a basis of some kind of foundation to start understanding understanding. This idea that I hadn't been allowed to learn and then I started to study the Big Bang and I wanted to understand. How did the universe come into existence? If there wasn't a god to snap his fingers and have it be there. Sarah Olson grew up in intensely conservative Christian.