The organizers of the ‘March for Science’ follow the legacy of substituting a political narrative for the distinctive language and methods of science.
The Portland Public Schools board is going to need to buy carbon offsets to compensate for their global warming book-burning campaign.
“The Martian” calls on us to see how science can be a spiritual experience with meaning and value on its own terms.
Bill Nye reminds us why we have to save science from its popularizers.
Many scientists are convinced that UFOs exist and we should expend time and billions to find them. What if they’re wrong?
Why does the left think it can claim “geek” culture? After all, we aim to misbehave.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is helping turn science into a show driven by the preservation of a narrative, not by the pursuit of the facts.
Why on earth did the producers of Cosmos decide to repeat this doubtful story about the origin of Christmas?
How accurate is the science on Cosmos? Does it matter? Isn’t science, like pizza, still pretty good even if it’s bad?
It might seem strange to say it, but I am a global warming skeptic because of Carl Sagan.
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