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Introduction and Motivation
What is Science?
The Cornerstone of Science Measurements
Statistics Use and Abuse of Numbers
Looking Back Three Prime Examples Of Scientific Discourse
Continental Drift Historical Context
Status of Science LiteracyAwareness
Science Religion and Psychology
Risk and Fear What is Reasonable and Quantifiable?
Scientific Frontiers Biotechnology Relativity Quantum Mechanics
Seeking a Betterment of Society
A Public Debate On Science Pseudoscience and Spiritualism From The Perspectives of a Physicist Sociologist and Biologist
Laetrile A Persistent Dangerous and Fraudulent Cancer Remedy
An Introspective on Religion Bombs and Science
Sniffer Plane Secrets and Political Courage
The Human Mind The Fundamental Gears For Learning and Understanding
Teaching Strategies Building Critical Thinking via the Application of Science Principles
Evaluating Unusual Claims
Science and the Marketing of Consumer Products
The Wacky Politics of Energy
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