Scientists at NASA were puzzled on October 13, 2014 when the LRO sent back this distorted image.
In a pres [...]
Amber Struthers, a science teacher working in Arizona has agreed to publish a statement on scientific literacy through us.
She has a BS in Life Science, and BEd in Secondary [...]
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Cartoon by Matt Wuerker, Politico
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My journey started in Indianapolis International Airport, time 0500, waiting at the gate, for my flight with United Airlines (or not). My name was called by the gate attendan [...]
Many certainly feel like the world is getting dumber. There’s plenty of data to contradict that. Average global IQ is increasing, more and more people are getting access to education. But that doesn’t necessarily mean we are getting smarter either.
The supposedly most ignorant places in the world have been named based on a survey of people’s knowledge about their own country.
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