The War on Science: Interview

This is an interview at Atheists Talk (TV), an update on the war on science, and a rare opportunity to see me wearing a suit.

The first few seconds are sound free; do not adjust your television set.

I mentioned the NCSE, here's their web site.

Here's a couple of books related to the topic:

Something on crying babies and vaccination is here, and something on milk allergy is here.

Minnesota Atheists YouTube channel is here.

Disclaimer: The comment that we have a new kind of storm is not a conclusion, but a hypothesis, though it does not sound that way from the way I said it. But now you know.

ADDED: A fuller list of resources is HERE.

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