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Ocean Science, Ocean Art, Ocean Plastic, and BIG Ocean Waves – Tillamook County Pioneer

By Representative David Gomberg, House District 10 Hello Friends and Neighbors, On Friday, Susan and I attended the first public event at the new Marine Science Building at the Hatfield Center (HMSC) in Newport. I was a leading legislative supporter for a commitment and funding of this new resource and take some small pride on seeing it come …

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Rosendale Reveals His Anti-science and Anti-democratic Views

In Rep. Matt Rosendale’s recent email, he proclaimed accomplishments. Instead, he revealed his anti-science, anti-democratic views.   Anyone in his position of power should focus on protecting the lives of constituents during this pandemic, enhancing the economy, getting people back to work, and children safely in school. He is doing the opposite.   His anti-mandatory …

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KY Science Center awarded National Endowment for the Humanities grant

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky Science Center has received a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The grant, totaling $200,000 was awarded as part of the American Rescue Plan to organizations working in the humanities that have been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The center was one of 292 organizations chosen out …

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9 Job Portals To Help You Land A Data Science Job

A data science job requires combining computer science, statistics, and mathematics to analyse processes, develop models, predict future outcomes, and create actionable plans for complex challenges.  According to the Harvard Business Review, ‘Data Scientist’ is the ‘Sexiest Job of the 21st Century.’ And, why not? Every digital disruption is a data scientist’s brainchild, and their …

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Watch ‘Celebrating Life & Science’ now to kick off bioscience week

Tune in now to watch “Celebrating Life & Science,” a special one-hour broadcast event highlighting inspiring stories of Arizonans working together and using science to make life better for people everywhere. The event kicks off Arizona Bioscience Week. “Arizona Bioscience Week is a celebration that brings together our community and raises public awareness of the …

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Science Can and Does Point to God’s Existence

In my recent debate at Theology Unleashed, with Matt Dillahunty, Dillahunty made the claim that science necessarily follows methodological naturalism, allowing only for causes within nature. This is a common assertion by atheists. It’s wrong, and here’s why: First we need to start with the definition of science. Despite the huge literature on this topic …

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Science without a moral compass can be demonic | Columnists

Louise Penny in her newest Chief Inspector Gamache mystery, The Madness of Crowds, deals with the subject of scientific ethics. Set in post-pandemic Canada, Gamache has been specifically requested to supply security for an address by Dr. Abigail Robinson at a University not far from Three Pines where he lives. Trouble is anticipated because of …

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Is Life From Outer Space a Viable Science Hypothesis?

Walter Bradley Center director Robert J. Marks has been doing a series of podcasts with Swedish mathematician Ola Hössjer, and Colombian biostatistician Daniel Díaz in connection with a recent co-authored paper on the fine-tuning of the universe for life in the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. In the first portion of this episode, podcast …

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