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CSPAN
Jul 31, 2016 4:15pm EDT
-- but it's a problem because it was more reminiscent of, say, mao's china than the united states where local officials had to go to the state legislature and the central state government in order to get approval and use the numbers that they provided, not actual numbers from science, when making zoning decisions, road bed height decisions and things like that in development close to the ocean. this is also happening in city governments. for instance, snow mass last summer banned fluoride, the use of fluoride over concerns that it might be bad for your health. cdc considers it one of the greatest public health advances of the 20th century. it's not just in the united states though. anti-science like this beliefs or public policies that are completely contradicted by the evidence is really spreading worldwide. canada, during the harper administration who patterned a lot of their policies on some of the bush administration policies by limiting what scientists could say and their sewer actions -- interactions with the press can and placing ideological appointees over them and closing libra
CSPAN
Aug 1, 2016 6:00am EDT
involve it is chinese mafia, their byo -- bile has been eaten in china. >> yes, over here and then in the back. >> how would you evaluate the work of journalists in places like the science section of the new york times and if -- i have found -- my name is stephanie and i have found many articles to be informative but what would well they interact with other journalists who are so addicted to balance that they avoid evidence? >> i think "the new york times" generally does a good job. there are few science sections left. only 7% or less than 7% actually positions in their field. many of them have to work in other fields or work assigns bloggers because newspaper have cut those sections by in large because they're more expensive. same with investigative journalism sections. those are the two sections that have been as the model of internet and so it's a big problem because here we are ironically living in an age when science impacts almost every policy issue and science, first of all, it never appears in the political pages because editors don't put it there and second of all, most ne
CSPAN
Sep 18, 2016 12:00am EDT
reminiscent of china than the united states where local officials have to go to state legislature and the central government in order to get approval and use the numbers that they provided when making zoning decisions and development close to the ocean. this is also happening in city governments. the snowmass last summer and the use of fluoride. they consider it one of the greatest public health advances of the 20th century. it's not just in the united states though. anti- science like this believes are completely contradicted by the evidence is spreading worldwide. canada during the harper administration who pattered a lot of their policies on some of the bush blessed ministration policies by limited what scientist could say in their interactions with the press and placing appointees over them and closing libraries and scientific enterprises engendered a demonstration on their capitol hill talking about no science, no evidence no truth. it was a mock funeral for democracy and science. but this also has happened it in australia where cities are representing about half a million people and
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2016 4:00am EDT
country. nigeria they are reacting in their version of the right-wing reaction again science. in china with the environmental movement is that the same time a movement that is genetically modified crops. so why is this spreading particularly many times through western democracies with three dead men and free thought and critical thinking. but there is something happening that is quite odd with that exploration that tries do get that in the best place to start is understanding why it matters. science is the great equalizer. though one thing that stevens between two brothers as the coke brothers isn't the brothers have as much as when the fuse is in chicago. in theory these two sets said the united states should have the same in the potential spade to education or employment. a and a science is the one in equalizer of the left side of the screen to provide an opportunity. this is based on core idea is that date back to the very founding of units states. wherever the people are well informed they can be trusted with our own government. here is the crux of what we read into. if you have ne
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