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Toys of Genocide

Michael Yellow Bird brings up a good point. You can still find packets of plastic cowboys and Indians and play shoot ‘em up to your heart’s content. “You can buy toys of genocide,” Yellow Bird told a standing-room-only crowd this … Continue reading

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Science vs anti-science

During her video-talk on how to present your research, the speaker divided audiences into anti-science and science folks. The talk was sponsored by a prestigious science academy so I expected more than a blunted view of lay audiences. Maybe that’s … Continue reading

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