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I love Maira Kalman and her series in the NY Times back in 2009 still remains one of my favorites of hers. Here's one called Can Do about Benjamin Franklin.

Can Do

I love Maira Kalman and her series in the NY Times back in 2009 still remains one of my favorites of hers. Here's one called Can Do about Benjamin Franklin.

The universe is almost 14 billion years old, and, wow! Life had no problem starting here on Earth! I think it would be inexcusably egocentric of us to suggest that we're alone in the universe. Neil deGrasse Tyson

The universe is almost 14 billion years old, and, wow! Life had no problem starting here on Earth! I think it would be inexcusably egocentric of us to suggest that we're alone in the universe. Neil deGrasse Tyson

Jon Stewart Proves Double Standards For Female Politicians With The Most Hilarious Evidence Possible

Jon Stewart Proves Double Standards For Female Politicians With The Most Hilarious Evidence Possible

Buried deep at the end of an obscure panel discussion-- Neil deGrasse Tyson said what he thinks about race now that he's made it, and almost nobody noticed.

No lie: when I was in the ER last week (after the pain meds kicked in) I changed the toliet paper roll b/c it was under & not over! ~ Am

No lie: when I was in the ER last week (after the pain meds kicked in) I changed the toliet paper roll b/c it was under & not over! ~ Am

How do you run from the things in your head with out going mad in wonderland

I have never understood creationism, and cannot fathom how anyone can argue with science. There needs to be a separation between church and state in our classrooms. You're free to believe whatever you want, whether its creationism or evolution. However, one of those two is science, and belongs in a science classroom. The other is a personal religious belief you got from an ancient text.

I have never understood creationism, and cannot fathom how anyone can argue with science. There needs to be a separation between church and state in our classrooms. You're free to believe whatever you want, whether its creationism or evolution. However, one of those two is science, and belongs in a science classroom. The other is a personal religious belief you got from an ancient text.

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