Monthly Archives: December 2013

Opinion: Social Media, Science, Expertise and Influence

Social media is testing (disrupting?) the universe of science. While scientists are trained to systematically study systems and data for anomalies by developing and testing hypotheses, the scientific discussion of results has historically occurred in highly selective communities – research … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Thoughts

Fall is a time for reflection and planning the future. Today, while reading TIME magazine, I was particularly impressed with the words of Charmaine Yoest, CEO of Americans United for Life and a co-author of Mother in the Middle. Copying … Continue reading

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