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There are 2 comments on Talking about Science on Social Media

  1. Really good article. I like the honesty and individual integrity displayed and encouraged. Gathering information, adding it to life experience, reviewing it and forming opinions is definitely a delicate balancing act. Accuracy may also be dependent upon new and changing information or even rediscovering old information and applying it to present day agenda.

    1. That’s an excellent point, Terry. It certainly can take a lot of effort to keep up with all of the information that’s out there, but I hope that people can read this article and others like it and be inspired to just stay as open-minded and dedicated to accuracy as they can be. Thanks for your interest!

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