San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, who is an internationally renowned Astrophysics Professor at Florida Institute of Technology, and also a doctoral graduate of Stanford University, a TED Global Fellow, a holder of 6 US patents, with extensive personal interest in African science and math education, is proud to announce the release to the public an illuminating discussion on life success and the big bang, on the San Jose Real Podcast.
San Jose Real is an internet podcast blog that grew out of a curiosity to examine how human beings determine and understand their true life's path. The blog is dedicated to the exploration and discussion of life, our journey during it, and the opportunities along its path that ultimately affects both our daily life, as well as the course of history. Chris Rawlins and Erick De Guzman host San Jose Real. According to a spokesman at San Jose Real, “Eric became a part of San Jose Real to promote authentic positive conversations about music, relationships, culture, and life, whereas Chris is a die hard Joe Rogan Podcast listener and jiu-jitsu enthusiast.” The Oluseyi podcast is over 80 minutes long.
Hakeem Oluseyi breaks down the importance of science and explains his blue print for success on the show. Listeners will enjoy Hakeem's wider philosophical outlook as readers view the podcast video.
Dr. Oluseyi commented on social innovation and said, “The human animal can be manipulative, which explains the persistence of the oppression of racism, sexism, gay people and the poor, and are largely a result of these social dynamics. Fortunately, the trend in America is one of gradual improvement.”
In the San Jose Real podcast, Hakeem Oluseyi discusses why scientific evidence clearly substantiates "The Big Bang", how believing and knowing are often dissimilar, and how scientists have determined that Earth is over a million years old. Dr. Oluseyi elucidated on the big bang theory and said, “One of the biggest lessons I learned in my education is the difference between knowing something and not knowing something. Belief is acceptance without knowing and knowing is confirmed by facts, and let’s be clear that theory formalization is the highest degree of knowledge seeking.”
To listen to the free and illuminating podcast please click on this link now:
Some of Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi discussions can also be viewed here on YouTube:
Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi
Assistant Professor Physics and Space Sciences
College of Science
F.W. Olin Physical Science, 233
Phone: (321) 674-8000 ext:7247