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Bad Science is Pennsylvania State University Meteorology Professor Alistair Fraser's attempt to debunk the misconceptions of well-understood phenomena perpetuated by teachers and writers. Bad science does not cover...
This radio broadcast discusses the prospects for a Theory of Everything, why we need one, how we might achieve one, and what it would mean if we did. At the end of the last century, some scientists were predicting that...

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