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A series of 11 studies with 69,000+ participants shows that religious Americans have less positive attitudes towards science and less interest in science. This same pattern is not found in other countries around the world, suggesting conflicts between religion and science are probably cultural. journals.sagepub.com/doi/…
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In Russia, there is a statue of a mouse knitting DNA, honoring their contribution to science
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Research shows that gender disparity in STEM is not caused by higher math or science achievement among men. Researchers found that men with very low high-school GPAs in math and science were choosing these math-intensive majors just as often as women with much higher math and science achievement. science.sciencemag.org/co…
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I don't generally post about the Muslim hajj pilgrimage. But I am impressed Saudi Arabia sided with science and canceled this year's hajj, for the first time in history. // Meanwhile in the US evangelicals still treat coronavirus like a "hoax" in a cult of praise to their False Idol, Donald Trump. apnews.com/821e3bfc2f9e50…
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Just believe in Science
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A POTUS who believes in science πŸ§ͺ
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β€œScience”
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Dr. Birx's reaction when President Trump asks his science advisor to study using UV light on the human body and injecting disinfectant to fight the coronavirus. v.redd.it/048ery4q0ou41
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Math is related to science
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'We've been muzzled': CDC sources say White House putting politics ahead of science cnn.com/2020/05/20/politi…
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A new study finds that trust in science predicts compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines tandfonline.com/doi/full/…
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Hate-preacher Franklin Graham slams Dr. Fauci for saying β€œscience is truth” | "man did not evolve from apes or tadpoles as many scientists say. That’s just not true β€” God created man and woman as the Bible says" friendlyatheist.patheos.c…
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In Russia, there is a statue of a mouse knitting DNA, honoring their contribution to science
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Slightly overweight science nerd and videogamer, dad is mocking me over everything I do (weight,being a nerd...) Getting bullied in school and sometimes not enjoying life. Fellow redditors, gimme a toast plz.
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Yeah, but why stop at climate science?
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A new study by a top Columbia University professor that was recently published in the National Academy of Sciences used Bayesian analysis to infer that the universe is likely teeming with life but intelligent life is extremely rare news.columbia.edu/life-in…
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β€œFor science”
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Fauci Warns Of Troubling β€˜Anti-Science’ Beliefs As Nation Battles Coronavirus: β€œThat’s unfortunate because, you know, science is truth,” the infectious disease expert said. huffpost.com/entry/anthon…
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People who avoid meat consumption tend to have worse psychological health than those who eat meat, according to new research published in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition psypost.org/2020/05/meat-…
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I researched extensively, my conclusions are backed by science
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Sacrificed his hand in the name of science.
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I was so happy to show off my science experiment at school

I proudly showed off my baby brother and explained that it had taken exactly 437 elastic bands to crush his skull

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political compass of what my science teacher has said
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Today I graduated with my Bachelor of Science. I didn’t get the chance to wear a real cap and gown, so this will have to doπŸ€—
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Science fact time
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that's a lot of science
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Stand back... she's making science! v.redd.it/qu4jluxfh7x41
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TIL: With Aliens (1986), Sigourney Weaver received her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress and although she did not win, it was considered a landmark nomination for an actress to be considered for a science-fiction/horror film, a genre which previously was given little recognition en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
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Science experiment with Alka Seltzer, oil, and water v.redd.it/drdmkkos6yy41
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Former Government advisor Professor Neil Ferguson has just told Commons Science Committee: "Had we introduced lock down measures a week earlier we would have reduced the final death toll by at least a half" twitter.com/nickeardleybb…
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Cystic Fibrosis friend breaths deeply for the first time at age 27 thanks to science ! v.redd.it/1ianypl8uzv41
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My roommate takes entire slices of pie or cake and will drown them in milk. I think it's an affront to culinary science, but he swears its amazing. What do you guys think?
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"What The Health" is one of the most misleading documentaries ever made and Netflix should pull it. It's loaded with misrepresentations of science, misquoting the WHO and countless conspiratorial statements. Joaquin Phoenix should be ashamed of himself for producing this heap of BS.

Here is a rundown of some of the brazen claims they made:

  1. Eating processed meats is as bad for you as smoking

  2. Eating an egg a day is as bad as smoking five cigarettes

  3. Drinking milk causes cancer.

  4. One serving of processed meats per day raises the risk of diabetes by 51 percent.

  5. Fish is toxic.

  6. Five to 10 percent of cancer is caused by genetics, and the rest is caused by food.

And here's an excellent article debunking every claim above and more: https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/7/25/16018658/what-the-health-documentary-review-vegan-diet

And here's an actual panel of qualified doctors absolutely grilling the director who quickly turns the debate into a shouting match. https://www.youtube.com/user/thedoctorstv/search?query=what+the+health

There are more clips here from the same episode in which prominent neuroendocrinologist and pediatrician Dr Robert Lustig and in my opinion one of the best educators in the field of nutrition, decimating those claim

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When pollen is hard to come by, bees nibble on the leaves of plants, stimulating faster flower growth. Some plants bloom up to a month earlier, reports a study in "Science." This survival strategy could help bees overcome habitat loss. inverse.com/science/bumbl…
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Being bad at science/math doesn’t make you dumb but thinking they’re pointless does make you dumb.

So many people seem to think we shouldn’t have to learn math or science or that we should only learn it to a fourth grade level or to various other extents but I believe that that’s completely wrong. Being an intelligent and contributing citizen or even just a healthy and balanced person requires mental and physical fitness and, in that sense, I believe that math and PE are very comparable. The point of physical fitness isn’t so that you can grow up to be a body builder, it’s so that you have a healthy and growing body, which requires physical stress and challenges and the same applies to math.

Furthermore, to see it as pointless–which many people I’ve known seem to think–is just so wildly ignorant. The reason that our lives are as cushy and easy as they are without us constantly struggling to survive is because of math and science. Deliberate, rational thought and problem solving got us here. We had to solve the problem of inconsistent food sources by developing agriculture. We had

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I guess this receives 1st place in the science fair!
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G*mer go up, racism go up. G*mer go down, racism go down. The science is clear! - Jeff
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Each quadrant's most hated branch of science
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Fauci: Americans ignoring science during pandemic is "frustrating" cbsnews.com/news/anthony-…
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AskScience AMA Series: I'm Brian Greene, theoretical physicist, mathematician, and string theorist, and co-founder of the World Science Festival. AMA!

I'm Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University and the Director of the university's Center of Theoretical Physics. I am also the co-founder of the World Science Festival, an organization that creates novel, multimedia experience to bring science to general audiences.

My scientific research focuses on the search for Einstein's dream of a unified theory, which for decades has inspired me to work on string theory. For much of that time I have helped develop the possibility that the universe may have more than three dimensions of space.

I'm also an author, having written four books for adults, The Elegant Universe, The Fabric of the Cosmos, The Hidden Reality, and just recently, Until the End of Time. The Elegant Universe and The Fabric of the Cosmos were both adapted into NOVA

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This is beyond science
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Anon questions science
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Hopeful Science Fiction Games?

I'm playing Satisfactory right now. It's a good game, but it's yet another in a long line of "corporate dystopia where your equipment is more important than you" games that I've played in the last year: Subnautica and its sequel, Journey to the Savage Planet, Outer Worlds, etc. Beyond that, I just played Neo Cab, and of course I've played the Fallout series. Cyberpunk is coming out this year, and Shipbreaker is probably next on the stack. It's not that I dislike the subgenre; I've enjoyed all these games. I think they can be used to make incisive and insightful commentary on modern capitalism, privacy issues, etc., but I am So. Fucking. Sick. of them right now.

I just... man, I want to play something where I feel like I'm building a better future for humanity, or forging out in search of new opportunities or helping to improve a galactic civilization, just something that isn't yet another oh-so-current take on how awful capitalism is and how it's going to consume us all. Like, I'm a

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The Science triggers me
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I went back to school for my degree in 2017 (i'm in my 50s). I just want to brag that I earned an "Award for Excellence in Science" that my guidance counselor told me is only given to the top 1% of over 100k project/task submissions for that month. My scattered siblings do not care. I miss my mom.
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I’m 31 and love science but never got a chance to study it. Is it crazy for me to go back to school starting in undergrad at this age?

I graduated from college in my early twenties with a journalism degree, but, the crazy thing is, I don’t enjoy journalism at all. I picked that major mainly because it I really didn’t have any guidance and it seemed interesting. I’d never been encouraged in science. I’d done well in my science classes in high school. They were actually some of my favorites, and one of my biology teachers is still close with me today. It never occurred to me to follow science. For some reason, I always thought I should do something in the English or writing worlds, but I never felt passion for that stuff and it always felt more like a chore. Science and math have never made me feel that way. So is it crazy for me to go back to school? I want to get an undergrad in Biology, and then maybe something to do with conservation as a masters. What do y’all think?

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Humanities graduates earn more than those who study science and maths theconversation.com/human…
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blinded with science
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This is beyond science
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GERMAN SCIENCE IZ ZE BEST ON ZE WORLD
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When you have no problem acknowledging the science that your weight is making your cancer worse but still don't want to give in to diet culture...
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We stan Aperture Science
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TIL about the moon landing’s β€˜Human Computers’. Who were a group of women, who held math and science degrees, and were responsible for managing the moon landing’s incredibly complex calculations. They also did it real-time, by written hand, and were faster than any technology available before 1970. wehackthemoon.com/people/…
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Masks help stop the spread of coronavirus – the science is simple and I'm one of 100 experts urging governors to require public mask-wearing theconversation.com/masks…
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This is outside my science class now.
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TIL that 300 years ago, Robert Boyle wrote down a 'wish list' of inventions he hoped science would one day accomplish. We're over half way there. irishphilosophy.com/2014/…
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Choosing beggar in a science server asks us to write his exam for him, gets mad when we don't
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Contrary to what science says, the Greek Orthodox Church insists it is impossible for any disease β€” including the coronavirus β€” to be transmitted through Communion. The priest uses the same spoon to administer communion to the entire congregation. apnews.com/42165e482f3fbb…
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Is computer science really this bad, or are people here just way too hopped up on amphetamine?

Genuine question. The level of agita here seems to be way beyond that of the normal student, early professional, or really anybody that isn't gulping down Adderall 25 hours a day. People in here are questioning their footsteps to the point of absurdity, and it's counterproductive to any reasonable outside observer, so I wonder if there isn't a stimulant problem in programming right now.

I legitimately would like to understand the demographic here better, because at many times I'm reminded of my darkest days down the prescription stimulant tunnel when I come by.

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Just want to share my favourite science history meme ever
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Raymond J. de Souza: It’s time to stop pretending our politicians β€˜follow the science’ nationalpost.com/opinion/…
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In 1925 the magazine Popular Science published this illustration, predicting how New Yorkers would live in the year 1950.
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This is Beyond science
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Listen to science, not conspiracy theories
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Science has come so far
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In Russia, there is a statue of a mouse knitting DNA, honoring their contribution to science
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Sister Mary Kenneth Keller the first woman to earn a doctorate in computer science in the USA 1965
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Simply... science.
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Science Discussion Series: We are cannabis experts here to chat with you about the current state of cannabis research. Let's discuss!

Hi reddit! Today seems like a good day to talk about what we know (and don’t know) about the health effects of cannabis and the emerging evidence about adult-use legalization. With so much attention being paid to the political, economic and social impacts of cannabis, it’s important for the scientific community to provide evidence-based input that can be used as a basis for these crucial discussions.

During this AMA organized by LabX, a public engagement program of the National Academy of Sciences, we’ll answer your questions about the current state of cannabis research, discuss how laboratory research is being implemented clinically, and talk about the implications on policy. We’ll also provide links to high-quality, evidence-based resources about cannabis.

In particular, we’ll highlight the 2017 report β€œThe Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids” from the

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The science behind 9 yr olds and Swedish Man
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Made this for a science assessment on minerals burning different colours; Somehow I got an excellence.
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It's the 3 year anniversary of the March For Science...
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Physicist Brian Cox gave the most humble opinion on science vs religion youtu.be/dE3dqlFzDeg
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Imagine thinking scientists are denying science πŸ˜‚πŸ€¦
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Science
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Why does running give you a high? A look at the science

An interesting article on the evolutionary and social benefits of the runner's high: https://ideas.ted.com/why-does-running-give-you-a-high-heres-the-science.

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This Science Office may need a vacation.
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We often accuse the right of distorting science. But the left changed the coronavirus narrative overnight [" 'Your gatherings are a threat, mine aren't,' is fundamentally illogical, no matter who says it or for what reason"] theguardian.com/commentis…
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AskScience AMA Series: We are NASA scientists looking for volunteers to do real science with us. Ask us anything about NASA's Citizen Science projects and why you should join!

You can do real NASA science right now, from your own home. Just join one of NASA's citizen science projects! From projects designed to study our planet's biodiversity, to studying the sun, comets, and finding planets outside of our solar system, our citizen science projects harness the collective strength of the public to analyze data and conduct scientific research. NASA-funded citizen science projects have engaged roughly 1.5 million volunteers and resulted in thousands of scientific discoveries and numerous scientific publications. For information on current our citizen science projects, visit https://science.nasa.gov/citizenscience. Most projects require no prior knowledge, experience, or special tools beyond a computer or cell phone. And don't worry if you didn't study science in school; these projects aim to teach you everything you need to know.

We are here to answer your questions! Ask us about:

  • Why NASA needs your help
  • How you can conduct scientific analysis and discov
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Unexplained Phenomena Keep Suggesting the Universe Isn’t What We Thought - Two unrelated studies recently raised the same possibility: the laws of physics might not apply everywhere, which, if true, would upend an idea underpinning centuries of science. vice.com/en_us/article/3a…
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Badass jumps from helicopter, wrestles and captures deer for science study v.redd.it/iloyklv0ci651
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I do not fear the science as you do
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Looking for food science writers

I'm not sure if this is allowed here, so if it's not, I apologize in advance.

My friend Priya Krishna (you may know here from the New York Times or the Bon Appetit Youtube channel) is looking for some aspiring food writers with a specific interest in food science to work on a new book that she is putting together with David Chang. If you are interested in home cooking and food science, and think you have the writing skills to explain the science behind everyday things like microwaving, cooking with frozen vegetables, browning, etc, let me know. This is obviously a paid opportunity, and we are specifically looking for black, indigenous, and people of color (though it is open to all).

Feel free to DM me and I'll forward you to Priya. Thanks!

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"German science is the world's finest!"
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Always thought Rogan was a science minded guy, except on certain things I guess?
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