Posted by doctore0 on May 9, 2015
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Posted by doctore0 on March 3, 2015
Everyone’s favorite Science Guy chats with Jake Roper of Vsauce3 (about the importance of science education in ensuring future generations remain creative, experimental, and evolutionarily competitive. Science education empowers students, says Nye. It fuels our curiosity in a way that is essential for the long term survival of humanity.
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Posted by doctore0 on March 3, 2015
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Posted by doctore0 on February 12, 2015
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addressing one of the most common criticisms of evolution; that Darwin was a racist, that ‘Darwinism’ is about “favored races”, and that Hitler was a Darwinist.
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Posted by doctore0 on February 4, 2015
Doctor who believes in magic = Crazy in the head :)
UK Church groups have recently been criticised for campaigning against the legalisation of mitochondrial donation. As their efforts failed, a group of emboldened scientists has vowed to turn the tables and interfere with matters of religion
The Catholic Church and Church of England have recently been urging MPs to vote against the introduction of mitochondrial donation, a potentially life-saving procedure with little to no evidence of any serious risks. However, despite many years of study and several regulations, the aforementioned churches have surprisingly decided to intervene and urge MPs to vote against approving the procedure.
This has lead to much criticism, especially from scientists. However, following the eventual failure of these efforts, one group of emboldened scientists has decided to go further and pledge to respond in kind by interfering as much as possible with religious matters.
The Federation for Furthering Science (FFS) has promised to intervene with any and all religious issues it can find that could benefit from some “scientific perspective”.
Dr Hugh Briss, spokesperson for FFS, explained the motivation for this policy.
“While they’re often at each other’s throats in other countries like the US, in the UK religion and science have mostly maintained an uneasy piece, largely by both ignoring whatever the other is doing (with some notable exceptions).
“But this interjection in approving a procedure that’s been extensively studied and refined by world-leading experts over several years on very questionable grounds? Well, that’s what we call a “bad precedent”. So if representatives of the churches are allowed to do that, then logically we as representatives of science are allowed to do the same? Or is that “persecution”?
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Posted by doctore0 on January 22, 2015
Damn… god is too small :)
Super-high resolution image of Andromeda from Hubble (NASA/ESA)
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Posted by doctore0 on December 16, 2014
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Posted by doctore0 on December 3, 2014
Bill Nye (The Science Guy) comments on a previous Big Think video in which he denounces the teaching of creationism to America’s students. Bill Nye is the author of Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation.
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