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This episode (actually) sponsored by The Kansas Association of Biology Teachers
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- Long Island gets wounded by ice & snow, but Atlanta gets destroyed.
- Sunset Valley did our new music!
- Olive had her picture taken this weekend.
- David’s recent faculty yearbook photo
- Paul’s headshot
- Teacher’s reading mean tweets
- Jason B.(@APJasonBodnar) runs Principally Speaking and gave us a shout-out on a recent episode.
- We want you to send us your recorded Teacher Hacks.
- CGP Grey’s Tracking Sheet (along with a raft of other time-management tips for teachers.
- Paul's Ancient Question of The Day List
Sponsorship: The Kansas Association of Biology Teachers
This Week’s Topic: Public Distrust of Science
- “Merchants of Doubt” by Naomi Oreskes and Eric Conway.
- Evidence doesn’t change minds on vaccines.
- How many Americans think the Sun orbits the Earth
- “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot.
- The Montana “Critical Thinking” Intelligent Design bill
- Ken Miller has no problem squaring science and religious belief.
- Buster Benson’s Statement of Beliefs.
- David’s (poltics-free) Statement of Beliefs.
- Body Ownership Illusions and Bias- Dr. Lara Maister
- David McRaney produces “You are Not So Smart”
- “Cool Tools" by Kevin Kelly
- Freakonomics “Freak-quently Asked Questions”
- The Whole Earth Catalog.
- Amazon’s Customer Service Number is 1.866.216.1072 (US and Canada)
- At one point, David describes certain perspectives as having “inviable” truths. The correct word would be “inviolable”. He is not of the opinion that this was a Freudian slip on his part, simply a syllabic omission.
- David also forgot to mention that Eric Conway co-authored "Merchants of Doubt".
- We incorrectly identified Jason B. as a principal. He is actually an assistant principal.