Episode 10: Huge Steaks of Red Meat

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Show Notes

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Sponsorship: The Kansas Association of Biology Teachers

This Week’s Topic: Public Distrust of Science

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Supplementary Notes:

  • 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.