At 16 my guidance counselor told me I wasn’t good enough at math to go into the space field. Just received my undergrad diploma in applied mathematics and in 2 weeks I start working on my masters in space sciences and engineering. Follow your gut and do the thing!
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Successful Elimination of Covid-19 Transmission in New Zealand - Rapid, science-based risk assessment linked to early, decisive government action was critical, and implementing interventions at various levels was effective, finds new paper in NEJM (7 August 2020). nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056…
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yeah science is cool
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IAMA science teacher in rural Georgia who just resigned due to my state and district's school reopening plans amid the COVID-19 pandemic. AMA.

Hello Reddit! As the United States has struggled through the COVID-19 pandemic, public schools across the country have pushed to reopen. As Georgia schools typically start in August, Georgia has, in many ways, been the epicenter of school reopenings and spread of the virus among students, faculty, and staff (districts such as Paulding County and Cherokee County have recently made national news). I resigned this week, about three weeks prior to my district's first day of school, mostly due to a lack of mask requirement and impossibility of social distancing within classrooms.

AMA.

Proof: https://twitter.com/hyperwavemusic/status/1296848560466657282/photo/1

Edit: Thanks for the gold!

Edit 2: Thank you to Redditors who gave awards and again to everyone who asked questions and contributed to the discussion. I am pleasantly surprised at the number of people this post has reached. There are teachers - and Americans in general - who are in more dire positions medically and financially tha

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We should have a separate Olympics for athletes that want to use performance enhancers. Just for science so we can see the absolute max of human ability.

Like we already know the upper limits of natural human strength and fitness and that should be the main focus. But it’d be really ducking cool to see what we can do at the peak of human ability + drugs. IMO that’s like the combined might of sheer fucking will and determination and whatever drugs add to the mix.

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(Potentially) Unpopular Opinion. If you are ant-BLM, anti-LGBT, sexist, anti-immigrant, anti-science, etc. You need to leave teaching. PERIOD

Let me preface by saying, I am a black, pansexual woman. Let me tell you,my school life SUCKED.

I live in a predominantly white area outside of Cincinnati that has a 3% black population. I was bullied A LOT at school. I actually had to switch schools at one point because it got so bad. Someone put a noose in my cubby. Then, in high school, I cut off my hair and went natural (no relaxers) which was a big decision for me. Well apparently it was "distracting". When I was in the theater program, they only had 1 set of stage makeup for black people... 3 tones too dark for my skin (to put it in perspective, there were 10 total options. The next darkest was probably meant for latinx people).

It was middle school/high school when I realized I wasn't straight. I was scared shitless. My parents told me to tell noone because I live in a fairly conservative town. When I got crushes on people who weren't men I was terrified and felt ashamed. Teachers blatantly told me same-sex marriage was bad.

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Yeah science sucks...
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Moron science denier motions for gun when confronted about not wearing a mask in walmart. (Gwinnett, GA). (Just created an account to post to my fav subreddit!) v.redd.it/9lu0nzeqk8d51
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My dad at the 1966 international science fair. He was a finalist in 65, 66, and 67. In this picture he created a perfusion system to keep a rat kidney alive when removed from the body, like a heart-lung machine.
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The β€˜Slam’ of Your Car Door Is Fake: Car doors are engineered to sound much sturdier than they really are. Welcome to the science of automobile psychoacoustics. melmagazine.com/en-us/sto…
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This is beyond science
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Science Discussion Series: Racial disparities in medicine & research hurt Black patients and physicians creating distressing consequences for public health. We are researchers studying these issues - let's discuss!

Black people in the United States face increased likelihood of adverse health outcomes compared to white people. For example, rates of heart disease, stroke, and infant mortality are higher for Black people -- Black babies are over twice as likely to survive when treated by Black doctors. Health outcome models and algorithms even predict that Black people are sicker than white people with similar health risk. Medical research and practice have long devalued the humanity of Black people in the United States, too: Black men were misled, mistreated, and abused by studies like the Tuskegee syphilis study; Black women have [much higher likelihood](https://www.heart.org/en/news/2019/02/20/why-are-black-women-at-such-high-risk-of-dying-from-pregnancy-

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The β€œyou’ll never use math and science outside of school” narrative in America is horrible, counter-productive, and for the most part not even true.

I mean, has The United States of America ever needed math and science more in its history than right now? Telling students this ingrains, for the rest of their life, complacency and disregard for the world around them.

Math and science classes don’t always have direct application, no, but calling them useless because of that is a naive oversimplification. These classes teach critical thinking. These classes teach problem solving. These classes teach our students how to think about things.

I understand the benefit in telling a student that is struggling in math class that he/she is not destined to be a failure because of it. But that is totally separate from β€œbragging” (especially around young people) that you don’t use math in your career (even though you probably do even if you don’t realize it). That is being a bad influence on a very easily influenced population of people.

Math is money. Science is life. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist for these things to be importan

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Science is a really fun subject, but the combination of a poorly made curriculum and a boring teacher is the reason alot of students hate science.

Science is by far the most interesting subject as it is the study of the smallest things in the universe all the way to the biggest and brightest things. It also teaches how the universe works and how things on earth work. However the reason many students find it boring is because the curriculum doesn't do a good job at explaining these things and instead teaches very specific things rather then a summary of the subject. If it wasn't this way then it would make kids want to further learn about their preferred science.

And in my personal experience, and from what I've seen online, most people get sucky teachers who don't do a good job at making science fun.

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Found this 1950’s book at the thrift store. Chock full of bad science about female sexuality in it. Includes passages about β€œhysteria” and says clitoral stimulation causes impotence
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Republicans have become more skeptical of the science on climate change since the 1990s. Evidence suggests that when Democratic politicians become more vociferously supportive of the science of climate change, there was a backlash among Republicans, increasing climate change skepticism. cambridge.org/core/journa…
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President Obama listening to science and setting up a Global Pandemic Response team back in 2014 v.redd.it/3lcaexm6ytf51
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Thank you for inspiring so many with robotics and movie prop engineering. A hero of science. m.youtube.com/watch?v=j7P…
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Science teacher wows his students
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This guy found all the science behind the coronavirus and how masks effect it v.redd.it/88y6embwz3c51
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As a long time β€œBen 10” fan, this freaked me out a lot. Can someone explain the science behind this? v.redd.it/081b4wpj4ch51
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Science Discussion Series: We are experts and researchers who study the challenges that face Black, Indigenous, and people of color in STEM. Let’s discuss!

Hello Reddit! Science has a diversity problem. From 2002 to 2017, around 50,000 people earned Ph.D.s each year, but the percentage of Black PhDs graduating increased from just 5.1% to 5.4%. This is concerning for a number of reasons. A large body of research shows that diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) improves the outcomes of the scientific enterprise. Further, the lack of diversity is damaging to the public when it comes to trust in science, willingness to listen to expert scientific suggestions, and patient health. For example, research shows that African American patients receive better care and are more likely to agree to invasive interventions if they have a doctor that looks like them. However, since

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President Trump Lashes Out at Dr. Fauci for Explaining Science thedailybeast.com/donald-…
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Why the foundations of physics have not progressed for 40 years: Physicists face stagnation if they continue to treat the philosophy of science as a joke | Sabine Hossenfelder iai.tv/articles/why-physi…
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If you teach science and think Covid-19 is a "hoax" then please resign

I'm just stupefied by some of my colleagues. I teach with 20 in my department (science) and I've talked to at least 8 that think Covid-19 is in some way a hoax. Or that "the numbers aren't real". I have heard Facebook-spread talking points like "It has a 99% survival rate" or "It's been around since last October. We have all probably had it already!"

I get that skepticism is alright. It's a good characteristic to have, but in the absence of any real evidence to support a claim...you should not be spreading misinformation and basing decisions off of that. A lack of evidence goes against the very crux of scientific investigation.

So if you are a science teacher and you spread this kind of crap I truly believe you need to leave. YOU are the problem with science education in the United States [and the world].

As a science teacher I look at the data and think "That doesn't look great. Maybe schools should stay closed to students and we go virtual," or I just look at what the ex

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There’s a really neat science website that you can use to track 416 different sharks, whales, and sea turtles in the ocean using a GPS tracking device. ocearch.org/about/
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Brought to you by the Science Foundation
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Gotta love deliberately misunderstanding science and being sanctimonious about it.
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It’s just science
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Brazil's former President Lula: ''There are 111.000 people dead. The only weapon we had against the coronavirus was the wisdom of science and not Bolsonaro's inventions. He is not to blame for the virus, but he will bear the blame for the attitude he adopted in the pandemic.'' redebrasilatual.com.br/po…
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Warsaw: Palace of Culture & Science illuminated in white-red-white to support Belarus protests
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Science supports us!
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Maliciously complying with a β€œno phone” rule in science class

My junior year of high school (2016-2017) I had to take a biology class. It was generally a freshman or sophomore class but as I had been jumping between high schools, I still needed the biology credit. As such I was the only junior in the class.

My science teacher was a very rude person. Not in a β€œI hate you” kind of way, but in an β€œI’m better than all of you and I can do no wrong” kind of way. He made it a habit to hand out detentions like candy, to the point where the school had to ask him to stop giving people detention.

Obviously none of us liked him and made it our sole purpose to annoy the shit out of him, and thus the entire year was full of malicious compliance from all of us, like not coming back to class when he sent us out of the room.

As the teacher added more rules it became easier to find ways to annoy him. When he added a rule about leaving backpacks in the front of the room with phones in them, I was already having a bad day and decided to have some fun.

We were wa

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All of evolutionary science at university level disproven by grade-school level question. πŸ™„
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"I Could Get Arrested For Occupying This Tree": Science YouTuber Kurtis Baute protests the TMX pipeline, which if installed is estimated to kill one person from climate change every 21 minutes. youtu.be/D3hXMsJbt3c
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President Trump's new science advisor, and shapeshifting reptilian alien sex demon proponent, Dr Immanuel, says Jesus will destroy Facebook servers if her video isnt put back up

Hello Facebook put back my profile page and videos up or your computers with start crashing till you do. You are not bigger that God. I promise you. If my page is not back up face book will be down in Jesus name. β€” Stella Immanuel MD (@stella_immanuel) July 28, 2020

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Nutritional science starter pack
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science fairs are wild
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Science denial is getting WAYYY too common

Im not going to go much into detail cause Reddit hates these posts but still. You see people all the time just denying science for some sort of agenda i feel like and it has lead to many problems. I doubt i can list them hear but you all know what im talking about like masks. Politics really needs to stop interfering with science.

Edit: a lot of people are saying that this has always been around and yes it has i so agree that its just that social media just makes it more noticeable the point is that these people still have power

Edit:2 im more referring to people that deny proven facts and well supported science not science in general btw

Edit3: btw im not saying to follow science blindly i think we should do research from many non biased sources and see what most of them say don't believe ALL science either because of biased sources thanks politics.

I could've made the title better its just as much people making science political as literal denying

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We ran the CDC. No president ever politicized its science the way Trump has. washingtonpost.com/outloo…
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The science is in
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Study: Consuming content from Fox News is associated with decreased knowledge of science and society psypost.org/2020/07/consu…
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Mustard is Corporate Science.
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Ah yes, the typical science classroom hookup
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My political science class be like
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Science Discussion Series: We are researchers who study the effects of policing and police brutality on Black people in America. Let’s discuss!

George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Philando Castille. Their lives were cut short by police brutality and their stories have galvanized waves of protests across the world. Yet police brutality is not a new issue. For many Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities, the impact and fear of police brutality is felt daily and has been for generations. We are researchers who study how policing affects Black Americans’ physical and mental health. We also research interventions to better understand what might reduce police brutality and what measures can help impacted communities heal. Join us for an evidence based discussion about the effects of policing and police brutality in America.

As mentioned in a previous announcement, the moderators of /r/science have worked in collaboration with the moderators of [/r/blackpeo

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Michelle Obama on Biden: β€˜He will tell the truth and trust science’ politico.com/news/2020/08…
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ER doctor’s plea: β€˜Stop going to politicians for news about science' msnbc.com/node/1371336
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I'm Emily Lakdawalla and I literally wrote the book on the Curiosity Mars rover. AMA about making Mars science discoveries with rovers and orbiters!

Hi there! My name is Emily, I am the Solar System Specialist at The Planetary Society, the world’s largest space interest group powered by space people like you! I love exploring new worlds and the robot friends who help us make new discoveries far away. I wrote The Design and Engineering of Curiosity: How the Mars Rover Performs Its Job, you can order it here (or a signed version here.)

Here's why it's important to study Mars.

Let’s hang out on Twitter and talk about space: twitter.com/elakdawalla Help make more space exploration happen by becoming a member of The Planetary Society at planetary.org

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Science, bitch!
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The spread of covid-19 in the South shows the risks of anti-intellectualism. Skepticism about science and expertise has long permeated the Bible Belt washingtonpost.com/outloo…
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was just about to win a one-city science victory when... v.redd.it/3wa1yyi3ssd51
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Doctors who recommend weight loss are on the wrong side of science, according to body positivity forum
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Science, bitch
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I went back to college today! Earning a bachelors in Psychology with minor in Political Sciences. 38, never too late! 🌈πŸ₯°
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Dear internet, I'm a 26 year old man who's been developing a science-based, 100% Hitman clone called "Yandare Simulator" for the last eight years. Wish me luck, Reddit; You'll be the first to see the site when it's finished. Also, buy Skyrim
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Science
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Consuming content from Fox News is associated with decreased knowledge of science and society psypost.org/2020/07/consu…
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People that believe science or nazis? Hard choice
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Black babies do better under care of black doctors - wondering how we as a profession feel vs r/science which seems disinclined to meaningfully engage with issues of bias... reddit.com/r/science/comm…
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Hmmm. He is beyond science.
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I made a science funny
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Science penguin!
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Fauci says "anti-science bias" is a problem in the US cnn.com/world/live-news/c…
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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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The Zephyr Train, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, USA
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Science teacher dunks for his students v.redd.it/9jnkbj6yy8751
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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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Well... It was for science
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β€œThe CIA Simulated UFO Abductions In Latin America As Psychological Warfare Experiments”: In his book, "Forbidden Science 4," Dr. Jacques Valle explains how he came in possession documents showing that forced "UFO abductions" were conducted by the CIA as psychological warfare experiments. collective-evolution.com/…
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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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This only happens in science fiction movies.
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If there are such things as scientific facts, they escape verbal explanation. Empirical science pursues intersubjective agreement, not absolute facts. iai.tv/video/the-half-lif…
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Dr. Anthony Fauci pleads with Americans to listen to science msnbc.com/deadline-white-…
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Bill Nye says trust in science is key to beating COVID-19 and climate change. β€œWhen you tell someone that you need to have a scientist to explain this, and then you have people on the other side saying your opinion is every bit as good as a scientist’s, it’s not resolvable,” popsci.com/story/science/…
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Religious People In The US β€” But Not Elsewhere In The World β€” Have More Negative Attitudes Towards Science digest.bps.org.uk/2020/07…
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Okuyasu: The only Jobro who DIDN'T die (this is beyond science)
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In Russia, there is a statue of a mouse knitting DNA, honoring their contribution to science
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This Week In Science
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I used science to find out why 6 ft guys are more likely to get a girlfreind

6 ft guys are taller there fore there distance to the ground is larger giving them more potential energy. If Potential energy = potential to get a girlfriend.

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Science joke is funny
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To be clear, this is a flat earther who believes his daughter has just beat science.
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Anyone else get pissed off about people misrepresenting/lying/denying science more than anything else?

(Bit of a rant. If I was one of the deadly sins I'd be wrath, sorry)

(I'm also aware MBTI isn't peak science, but some things are just fun)

To me personally, truth and honesty are the most important values in life and I seek to know the truth about things. I find science to be the closest thing to discovering the truth we currently have. Even if it changes and we get better information I adjust accordingly.

I mean, I don't really care about minor differences in perspective, personal truths or the like. Like I don't believe in a god but I can't really disprove it to anyone other than just stating why I personally think there isn't a need for one, for example. I don't tend to argue about these things rather than give my perspective if someone asks, and they can take it however they want.

But there's the things that piss me off more than any personal insult or such ever would. It's when people shit on science or misrepresent it for their own agendas or some shit without actually doing

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Rewatching the original Cosmos from 1980. Carl Sagan is the science Mr. Rogers.

Sagan is at the JPL watching the data come back from Voyager.

Talking about the Viking Landers which were still operational at that time.

This is ancient history.. but for some reason, still feels incredibly prescient...

those missions are why we did things like Cassini, Galileo, Juno, and all the subsequent rover missions.

watch it again if you haven't seen it in a while.

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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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This Might as Well Be the Tagline for This Entire Administration | "The science should not stand in the way of this," said the White House Press Secretary. esquire.com/news-politics…
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Data Science feels like a dead end. Any opinions?

Hi all,

Obviously a throwaway account. To avoid anything giving me away, let’s just say I’ve a large deal of experience in machine learning and data science.

However, I can’t help but feel like this entire profession is simply a high floor, low ceiling type path. You see people in sales, finance, marketing, and the like advance to managerial roles while you stay β€œdata scientist”. Not to mention that more and more of the job is being abstracted away. I’m pretty sure even a mediocre software engineer could be a passable data scientist, but the opposite isn’t true.

What are some good options to leverage the skills I’ve acquired up to this point?

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Bill Nye The Science Guy shares his opinion on wearing a mask. v.redd.it/leap32cng4a51
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When you try to use science to browbeat everyone else, but delve too deep and discover that 'science' is a magic 8-ball with a million monke undergrads with a million typewriters in it
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