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How the Term 'Anti-Science' Distorts America's Relationship With Technology

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How the Term ‘Anti-Science’ Distorts America’s Relationship With Technology
Placed in historical perspective, the popular opposition to things like GMOs and vaccines, much like 19th-century opposition to fertilizers and insecticides, reflects less an overt rejection of science than a distrust of experts who peddle it.

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That Time I Took a 'Baby Deadline' Test
I sought an answer in science, when the real answer was a foregone conclusion.

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Kids Get Hurt at Residential Schools While States Look on
Some residential programs for kids have settled on better ways to handle children. But the best practices are almost entirely self-imposed.

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The Government Just Announced What Could Be the Most Significant Energy Efficiency Rule Ever
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Was Sexism Really Responsible for the FDA's Hesitancy to Sign Off on Flibanserin?
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The Weird Ways People React to Driving Bans
As cities try to control their air pollution with driving bans, research finds citizens react by buying more cars, watching more television, and, sometimes, by driving less and contributing to lower pollution in their towns.

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'Cowboys Don't Have Mommies'
An interview with my mother about the meanest thing I've ever said to her.

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Why 'Star Wars' Won't Win the Best Picture Oscar
We use different criteria to decide which creative products we like, and which we find worthy of recognition.

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'There's Peace of Mind Out Here'
In the small coastal town of Mendocino, California, inmates spend hours picking grapes under the sun—and many welcome the break from jail.

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