WHFR Music Performances

Monday FORUM, 10-3-11: Freakonomics Radio--"The Folly of Prediction"

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WHFR Monday Forum

In this hour of Freakonomics Radio, we’ll dream of the day when bad predictors pay – when the accuracy rate of pundits appear next to their faces on TV, when the weatherman who botches the 5-day forecast by 20 degrees has to make his next appearance soaking wet. We’ll also look at the deep roots of divining what tomorrow brings, from the invention of religion to new understandings of how we make decisions about the future.

Bricktown Station Female fronted rock that will move you.

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Live From Studio J

WHFR Monday Forum Podcast for September 26, 2011

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WHFR Monday Forum

Staggolee the future of Detroit Blues Rock

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Live From Studio J

Monday Forum, 9-19-11: EarthSky22, EarthSky8, and Planetary Radio

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WHFR Monday Forum

EarthSky22--"Richard Feynman is still awesome"; EarthSky8--"Joseph DeSimone on being an inventor"; and Planetary Radio--"Ending the World with a Song at Dragon Con." All science, always provocative!

The Beggars Detroit's favorite party

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Live From Studio J

Monday FORUM, 9-12-11: Skepticality--"Extreme Fear"

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WHFR Monday Forum

"Skepticality" is a frequent podcast produced by The Skeptics Society, founded by professor and author Michael Schermer. Fear is a complex and a mysterious force that can, at times, sabotage our ability to think clearly, drive us to blind panic, or give us seemingly superhuman speed, strength, and powers of perception.

Robert Penn Blues Band real deal Motor City blues and soul

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Live From Studio J

WHFR Monday Forum, 9-5-11: Freakonomics Radio-"The Suicide Paradox"

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WHFR Monday Forum

There are more than twice as many suicides as murders in the U.S., but suicide attracts far less scrutiny. This current episode of Freakonomics Radio, hosted by bestselling author Stephen J. Dubner, writing "Freakonomics" with Steven D. Levitt, digs through the numbers and finds all kinds of surprises, supported by psychology professor David Lester, considered to be "the dean of suicide studies."

Paul Miles Solo acoustic Blues man

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Live From Studio J
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