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Science and Religion in Popular Culture

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"It's one of the biggest trends in US politics over the last decade: A growing left-right split over the validity of scientific information. This "science ga...

Neil deGrasse Tyson Attacks CNN for Giving Equal Time to Science Deniers

On the latest episode of his StarTalk Radio Show, Neil deGrasse Tyson spoke to former CNN science reporter Miles O'Brien and they had some choice things to s...

Anti-Science, Science Policy & Pseudoscience

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Brian Cox in conversation with Robyn Williams [HD] The Science Show, ABC Radio National

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Popular Culture in Britain and America 1950-1975

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Bill Nye Ken Ham Debate Summed Up In Two Very Telling Answers

"On Tuesday evening more than 3 million people tuned in to watch "Science Guy" Bill Nye debate Ken Ham, founder of the biblically literalist Creation Museum ...

The Science of Kissing -- Science Study Break

Is a kiss just a kiss? In her new book, "The Science of Kissing," Sheril Kirshenbaum explores the real chemistry, history and biology behind one of humanity'...

Prions: The Real Zombie-Makers

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