Carl Sagan On Pseudoscience Guests: Carl Sagan Duncan Professor of Astronomy and Space Sciences Cornell University Ithaca, N.Y. Author The Demon-Haunted World (Random House) Listeners call in
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Carl Sagan On Pseudoscience

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Carl Sagan On Pseudoscience

Carl Sagan On Pseudoscience

Carl Sagan On Pseudoscience

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Millions of people are fascinated by fantastic tales of alien abductions, faces on Mars, crystals, channeling, and crop circles. In this hour of Science Friday, Ira Flatow talks with world-renowned scientist Carl Sagan about the rising popularity of pseudoscience and the importance of critical thinking. Guests: Carl Sagan Duncan Professor of Astronomy and Space Sciences Cornell University Ithaca, N.Y. Author The Demon-Haunted World (Random House) Listeners call in