This hour we talk to Amir Aczel, author of Why Science Does Not Disprove God (William Morrow, April 2015 paperback), a response to the New Atheist claim that God was not necessary for creation. Aczel uses the history of science and religion to, in his words, defend the integrity of science. We also hear the story of the potato ball caper and talk to staff writer Josh Hrala about trend-setting presidents: Eisenhower and Taft. And from the STEM Story Project, with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and distributed by PRX: producer David Schulman goes in search of a digital Stradivarius.