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Person wearing face mask using laptop computer. Image credit: engin akyurt/Unsplash
Evelyn Lazare | Staying informed about the latest issues concerning the COVID-19 pandemic is important. Unfortunately, it's not so easy.
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COVID-19 testing at Pearson Airport. Image credit: Premier of Ontario Photography/Flickr
Rick Salutin | There's good reason to be gloomy about tech. Yet here we are, (at least somewhat) saved by the tech. It surely wasn't the politicians, largely mediocre, with their mixed bags of MDs and generals.
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Woman holding test tubes. Image credit: National Cancer Institute/Unsplash
David Suzuki | We need more observational science, but we have to recognize its fundamental weaknesses and inadequacies, and scientists must be careful not to confuse their biases with truths.
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Puzzle Globe wikipedia logo. Photo: Victorgrigas/Wikimedia Commons
Thomas Ponniah | We are beginning to build a form of knowledge that amalgamates numerous perspectives rather than leaning on Newtonian science alone -- and this is an initial step towards a new global civilization.
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David Suzuki | Lack of science literacy is a problem in journalism and society in general. Science is a useful tool, but it’s not perfect. With the ocean study, the method worked as it should.
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European Space Scientists View the NASA Data Visualizations. Photo: U.S. Department of State
David Suzuki | It's hard to imagine anyone could read this report, or read about it, and not be convinced we have an urgent problem and failing to put everything we can into resolving it puts our survival at risk!
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In 2012, hundreds of demonstrators marched from an Ottawa science conference to Parliament Hill under the banner the ‘Death of Evidence’. Photo: Richard Webster/deathofevidence.ca
Murray Dobbin | Scientists have fought back against irrationalism. They also need to fight against corruption in their own ranks
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Stegyawden (also known as Hagwilget Peak and the Roche de Boule mountain range) looking across the Bulkley River near its confluence with the Skeena River, Hazelton British Columbia, Canada.
David Suzuki | If we had the humility to learn from nature, using an approach called "biomimicry," we would find far more and better solutions.
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David Suzuki | If more people truly understood the enormity of the climate crisis, we'd be engaged in an all-out effort, comparable to those undertaken during world wars, to reduce the threat.
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David Suzuki | Making America -- or any place -- great doesn’t mean embracing 18th century technology in the 21st.
Podcast
Julian Baggini on The Edge of Reason, Radical Skepticism & a Post truth Society
Face2Face | Julian and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new book "The Edge of Reason," radical skepticism, a post-truth society, and why science doesn't have a monopoly on truth.
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Katell Quillévéré on 'Heal The Living', science & mystery & the rituals of Death
Face2Face | Katell and David Peck talk about her new film "Heal The Living," science over mystery, living for our loved ones, taking care of others and the rituals of death.