Humanist Network News Podcast #40: Popularizing Science
[July 22, 2009]

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In this month's audio podcast, Humanist Network News offers even more footage from the American Humanist Association's 68th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Hear our interviews with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium, as he talks about his approach to communicating science to the public; and Barbara Forrest, as she discusses the current state of the intelligent design movement; as well as a talk by Donald Johanson, offering his take on the controversy of popularizing science by touring ancient hominid fossils.

Links from this month's episode:
Neil DeGrasse Tyson | Hayden Planetarium:
Barbara Forrest | Creationism's Trojan Horse:
Donald Johanson | Lucy's Exhibit:

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Music from this month's episode:
"Never Enough" by Fundamental Elements
"All You Said" by Everyday Jones
"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by The Beatles

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