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Neil deGrasse Tyson is a name that’s been bandied about the office in the last several weeks as a potential guest. While scanning RSS feeds, one keys in on keywords one may not have paid attention to previously.

In this interview with The Humanist, the popular astrophysicist has some intriguing things to say about beliefs, education, and communication. When asked if he’s a humanist:

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A rap from an employee who works with the particle accelerator that actually does a really good job of breaking down the science.

Our SoundSeen slideshow of James Prosek's paintings of birds and fish, coupled with his words about the myth of order.

Visualizing responses to a Physics World survey on religion and science.

A follow-up question about altruism studies results in encore answer.

Video of a Seed salon with Janna Levin and fiction writer Jonathon Lethem.

A "scientist's scientist" on stress in tough economic times.

New Scientist’s headline “‘Ten Commandments’ of race and genetics issued” possibly falls into the overly-clever-but-unnecessary category of journalistic wordplay. They took the easy way out; ashamedly, it grabbed my attention.

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