A Statistically Significant Conclusion Isn’t Always an Accurate One

If you’re unfamiliar with how science publishing works, and how easily it could be manipulated (even by researchers who have only good intentions), you should check out this great piece by Christie Aschwanden at FiveThirtyEight.



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Horses Smile, So Evolution is a Lie, Says Creationist Ken Ham

New research published in PLoS ONE says that horses have a variety of facial expressions (even if they’re not all distinctive to us) and use them when communicating with other horses.

Creationist Ken Ham knows why that is: Because God created horses. (Obviously.)



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Film Based on Carl Sagan’s Life Gets Green Light from Hollywood

Carl Sagan‘s life will the subject of a forthcoming film, according to The Tracking Board (and confirmed by Variety).



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Bill Nye’s Forthcoming Book Unstoppable is Now Available for Pre-order

Bill Nye the New York Times Bestselling Author Guy is about to drop a new book, Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the World:



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Carl Sagan-Inspired Short Film Takes Us From Childhood to Cosmos

Star Stuff is a lovely short film inspired by Carl Sagan, and written and directed by Ratimir Rakuljic, that will tug at your heartstrings.



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