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Why Do People Reject Good Science?
11/20/2018
Many people will consider factual information and it will change their understanding. But there are some for whom, “Providing more, accurate information doesn’t seem to change their opinions or make them alter their erroneous views,” says Eugenie Scott, Founding Executive Director of National Center for Science Education. For example, Americans have a much lower incidence … Continue reading "Why Do People Reject Good Science?"
Robert Reich: Bringing Civility Back to Political Discourse
11/15/2018
Have Americans lost the ability to talk politics? Recent studies show the country is more divided than ever before, and it’s only getting worse. In a lively talk at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, professor Robert Reich outlines what he sees as the main causes of the problem, and how we might be … Continue reading "Robert Reich: Bringing Civility Back to Political Discourse"
Bone-eaters, Green Bombers, Ruby Seadragons and More!
11/13/2018
The oceans are very big, very deep and their exploration continues to reveal strange new animals. Come along as Scripps Oceanography’s Greg Rouse reviews some of the more famous discoveries from the last century, and shares some recent amazing discoveries particularly focusing on California and the eastern Pacific Ocean. Find out about the bizarre bone-eating … Continue reading "Bone-eaters, Green Bombers, Ruby Seadragons and More!"
Beyond Food and Exercise: the Other Factors in the Obesity Epidemic
11/08/2018
Everything you come in contact with, every second of every day, makes an impact on your health. It’s known as the exposome. It’s a relatively new concept, first defined in 2005. The exposome includes the food you eat, the beauty products you use, the air you breathe, your friends and family, and everything in between. … Continue reading "Beyond Food and Exercise: the Other Factors in the Obesity Epidemic"
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