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Sorry flat Earth truthers: Bill Nye — yes, the Science Guy — has a message for you:
“There’s a movement afoot right now to deny facts and presume that one’s own belief is every bit as worthy as scientifically proven fact,” Nye told Mashable in a recent interview. “We – people in my science education community – have to work to overcome this.”
Nye, who is returning to the small screen with a new Netflix show, said…
Whether you’re changing careers completely or just getting started, you probably have only a vague idea of how various industries operate (and often that image comes from a TV show or movie). For example, maybe you think every media job is exactly like the roles embodied by the journalists in the movie Spotlight. Or, you believe that engineering jobs are a close replica of the ones portrayed in HBO’s Silicon Valley.
If you want to get a glimpse at your potential career path, you might want…
SelfScore launched its first product last summer with relatively little fanfare: a credit card for international students.
On Tuesday, it launched a new card with a much higher spending limit in a very different political climate. Its credit cards serve international students from all over the world —including the seven countries (Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia) named in President Donald Trump’s first travel ban, which was halted in court.
If there’s one person you should never, ever mess with, it’s Luke Skywalker.
On Tuesday, journalist Andrew Kaczynski shared a tweet from Department of Education employee Kevin Eck that was posted last November.
Referring to Hamill’s comments to…
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