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Cosmos The Series 1 of 3 Popularist Science

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Uploaded by on May 12, 2014

A Catholic Family Man commentary - Recently the mini-series Cosmos aired on television. A re-do, and modern update of the classic series of the same name featuring Carl Sagan, the re-do features popular Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. As someone who loves science I had a few observations I thought I would pass along for those are also interested in the science special and may want to watch it as well. So off the cuff (lol! you can tell I am on the go off the cuff with the short false start in the beginning), I put together a few short videos, On the Go, addressing the following three areas presented in the series: Popularist Science, Science and Philosophy - Where Things Get Fuzzy, and Is The Catholic Church Anti-Science? I hope you enjoy them and please if you have questions or comments I welcome them in the comments section after each post. God Bless - Peace To see the full post with related links see

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