Unscientific America

Unscientific America

How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future

Book - 2009
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Journalist and bestselling author Mooney and scientist Kirshenbaum offer an impassioned polemic about the dangers of America's scientific illiteracy. They go on to propose a broad array of initiatives that could lead to a greater integration of science into the national discourse.
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, c2009
ISBN: 9780465013050
Branch Call Number: 509.73 MOO
Characteristics: xiii, 209 p. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Kirshenbaum, Sheril

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flyfisher88
Nov 28, 2016

Thought I'd get an unbiased critique of science in America and our lack of the general population being clueless. Instead it was a political view (mostly left) about one party being an enemy of science. Ever think that some of the government paid scientists are not being truthful/completely in the open about some of their projects? I'm saying it has to be fair when you critique an issue. This one isn't by a long ways. Did read recently (2016) that 65% of the college graduates never have taken an "upper division" science or math class....that tells you a lot right there.

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