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Marching for Science on Earth Day

“Events like this will lift the spirits of scientists. They are finding a voice.”

That’s what Michael Mann, an AAUP member and professor of atmospheric sciences at Penn State, told the… 191 more words


US new-home sales climb to 8-month high in March

WASHINGTON/April 25, 2017 (AP)(stlrealestate.news) — U.S. sales of new homes shot up in March to the fastest pace in 8 months, as more Americans are upgrading their houses in a positive sign for the broader economy. 10 more words

Join the Peoples Climate March on April 29

Join the Peoples Climate March, a pro-environment march taking place April 29 in Washington, D.C., and across the country and the world. 

Organized by the Peoples Climate Movement, the Peoples Climate March predates the Trump era. 156 more words

Use Your Power, Recruit Friends

Why March for Science?

The enormous role played by science — especially government-sponsored science — in our everyday lives is barely appreciated.

Start with modern medicine. We, the public, paid for it through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and research universities where the medical researchers, surgeons, doctors and nurses were trained, and where tools like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) developed. 499 more words


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Week 12 Homework (due 3/27/17)

Textbook Outline:

The Mosaic of Christian Beliefs, Chapter 9: Humanity: Essentially Good and Existentially Estranged

        1. Issues and Polarities of Christian Belief about Humanity
          1. Enlightenment raised serious questions about humanity…
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Week 11 Homework (due 3/20/17)

Textbook Outline:

The Mosaic of Christian Beliefs, Chapter 6: God: Three and One

      1. Issues and Polarities of Christian Belief about Trinity
        1. All three major branches of Christianity affirm the faith of Nicaea (believe in the Trinity)
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Marching into Obscurity

In case you didn’t know, there was another international march that occurred over the weekend. The March for Science took place this past Saturday and united scientists and non-scientists across the globe in their quest to prevent the powers that be from infringing upon the progress of science. 1,119 more words