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Science In America - Neil Degrass Tyson

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Fweethawt    1,441

 

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Loopylou    38

Great video. Thank you for posting it. It's really odd that America, which is still the scientific leader in the world is so full of people ignorant about science and thinking it's a rival belief system.

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Burnedout    3,606

I think you will find that it is not science itself, but rather the institutions and the corruption in those.  I think there would be far less skepticism and even distrust if there were some major reforms. 

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