Neil DeGrasse Tyson On Scientific Truth


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  1. August 19, 2020

    […] For example, if your buddy Bob tells you climate change isn’t real. He says he’s heard that it has already happened before (except not like this). Besides, it was pretty freakin cold this past winter, so the planet can’t be warming (weather vs climate). Despite Bob’s view, climate change is very real. Indeed, regardless of an individual’s anecdotal account, science relies on facts & data. It’s the data that determines the conclusion. […]

  2. August 24, 2020

    […] story is an effective one. Mr. Wallace-Wells provides readers with lots of scientific support in his explanations. Indeed, the book is loaded with sources! However, more than the listing of […]

  3. August 29, 2020

    […] In her TED Talk however, Dr. Hayhoe has decided to focus on another element of resistance to the scientific data. Rather, she highlights the existence of physiological tribalism and its effect on what we are […]

  4. February 9, 2021

    […] 3 […]

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