Garfunkel and Oates are really the best educators out there (lyrics probably NSFW):
You may have heard that a collection of letters written by Albert Einstein was sold at auction on Thursday for $420,000.
The contents of those letters include advice to his son, words of consolation to a friend whose husband cheated on her, and adjustments to certain math equations. But much of the focus in the media has been on what he said about God.
Rick Santorum recently made some eyebrow-raising comments about how the Pope should leave science to the scientists with regards to climate change. It was strange not only because those words were coming from Rick Santorum (who is both a climate change denier and a Creationist), but also because he was criticizing Pope Francis for embracing the scientific consensus on the issue.
This incongruity did not escape Fox News host Chris Wallace, who raised the issue during an interview this past weekend with the presidential hopeful:
It’s bad enough when people don’t get vaccinated because they believe in pseudoscience. But when the vaccines are free and you’re putting your children at risk, it’s completely irresponsible:
This time, he got copies of emails proving that the Book of Genesis literally made its way into a high school science class.
Like this one from Airline High School science teacher Shawna Creamer to Principal Jason Rowland: