Let’s Science!

Let's Science logoWe live in a universe of wonders. Every day, scientists are inching toward breakthroughs which can change our lives. Caroline Knight, Lindsay Sant, and Lino Saubolle are playing their small part in sharing these wonders with you, from a distinctly Catholic perspective. So, Let’s Science!

And for more from Caroline, Lindsay, and Lino on a variety of topics from an Australian Catholic perspective, check out their other show, The Catholics of Oz.

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Recent Episodes

A message from Dom Bettinelli of Starquest - We need your help to continue to produce our great Catholic shows that explore the intersection of faith and modern culture and look at the world from a uniquely Catholic perspective.
Swooping Magpies - Dive into a wild ride as Lindsay Sant and Lino Saubolle unravel the mystery of magpie swooping in springtime—attacking, singing, and all. Don't miss the laughs and insights, and discover how to befriend these feathered friends!
Exotic Exoplanets - Explore the wonders of exoplanets with Caroline Knight, Lindsay Sant, and Lino Saubolle as they discuss fascinating exoplanets like the egg-shaped WASP-12b, the blue-hued HD 189733B, and the temperature-swings of HD 80606B. Uncover the mysteries beyond our solar system.
The Science of Heatwaves - The world is experiencing scorching heat waves, with Europe facing record-breaking temperatures. Caroline Knight tells Lindsay Sant and Lino Saubolle that rising global temperatures and El Nino are contributing to the intensity of these heat waves; Wildfires causing damage in Spain and Canada. Climate change is altering seasons, and urgent action is required to mitigate further damage.
Shooting Stars on the Sun - The Sun's surface is a fascinating place and Caroline tells Lindsay and Lino about new discoveries of 'shooting stars' in the Sun's corona in spectacular plasma displays known as coronal rain.