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Coincidences Reflect a Rational Mind

Parked, orange moped and automobile

While we can all agree coincidences have fascinated scholars and lay people alike, what they mean divides us into one of two camps: skeptics or believers. A believer thinks that coincidences are evidence of mysterious, hidden and possible paranormal causes. A skeptic will put coincidences down to statistical quirks that are more common than we [...]

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What is: ScienceOnlineTEEN

This is a group post written by the teens on the ScienceOnlineTeen planning committee. Naseem, 16 years old: What is ScienceOnlineTeen? Imagine a bunch of people from all walks of life with one interest in common -science- all in one place at the same time. These people are not ordinary; they each offer unique experience [...]

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What is: AAAS Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellows Program

2012 Mass Media Fellows at AAAS headquarters in Washington, DC.

I am pleased to present this guest post by Jessica M. Morrison. Working with the media can be a daunting proposition for a scientist, even more so for a scientist in training. But what if you could have a glimpse into what it’s like to be on the other side – while you’re still in [...]

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