George - 29 September 2012 12:37 PM But he—how would I say it?—doesn’t touch my soul.
But he—how would I say it?—doesn’t touch my soul.
You’re scaring us, George.
Raise your glass if you’re wrong…. in all the right ways.
On the topic of good science communicators, I’ve liked Robert Sapolsky for a while - anyone familiar with him? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Sapolsky
His book Monkeyluv was cool, and he seems like a fun loving guy who can be serious when necessary; his appearance does fit the “weird scientist” image, though.
I like both, Cox and Sapolsky, but they ain’t no Sagan.
“Why is science so dark?”
How does not panicing people increase your funding?
Gary the Human
All the Gods and all religions are created by humans, to meet human needs and accomplish human ends.
garythehuman - 02 October 2012 12:38 PM“Why is science so dark?”
Try some famous dark science fiction.
Fiziks is Fundamental
I don’t know why science is so dark? But I do have 10 reasons why people hate scientists.
Also, black mamba venom is a better painkiller than morphine. Because, well…..*shrugs* I don’t know.
“I respect your beliefs to the extent the law requires.” -Hermes Conrad