Category: Philosophy, Science, Weekend

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4 Responses to “Neil deGrasse Tyson on Science, Religion and the Universe”

  1. louiswi says:

    Another superior post on a thing that really matters. Thanks Barry!

  2. mikeinconyers says:

    That was great. Somewhat related, I’m listening to the audio book “Robert Oppenheimer: His Life and Mind (A Life Inside the Center)” by Ray Monk. It is very long, so it requires a pretty significant expenditure of time. Being about a fifth of the way through it, I find it to be very enlightening about his life and his work, but also about the science, academia, society, and race relations of its time, nearly all of which I was ignorant of.

  3. eideard says:

    Delightful, as ever.

  4. MikeR44 says:

    Wonderful! I go to other sites and many times I find on your blog what I have been interested in elsewhere. Time has a value and you do much better than I at what I attempt.. I beginning to think all I need is The Big Picture and the Daily Show. Mahalo, Mike