Consider, if you will, Bret Stephens’s inaugural column in The New York Times, published on April 28, 2017, under the title “Climate of Complete Certainty.” Owing to Stephens’s past misrepresentations of climate change, the column received a lot of scrutiny—provoking “an unusually large outpouring” of letters to the editor, including one from Merchants of Doubt coauthor Naomi Oreskes, as well as incisive criticism from

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Three months ago, NCSE launched a national expansion of our Science Booster Club (SBC) program. Many of the new clubs have already started holding events, and more are scheduled through the spring and summer. We estimate that in just the first three months of operation, around 3,000 people have participated in SBC events held by volunteer-led clubs in California, West Virginia, Ohio, Texas, Nebraska, and Indiana. Events are also scheduled in Kentucky, Virginia, and Oklahoma.

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04.27.2017

Whew! What a week it has been for science. It is not every weekend that tens of thousands of science enthusiasts take to the streets across the nation. As I am sure you have read by now, NCSE was an early partner for the March for Science. Ann Reid, our executive director, explained why we wanted to participate here.

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04.27.2017

Whew! What a week it has been for science. It is not every weekend that tens of thousands of science enthusiasts take to the streets across the nation. As I am sure you have read by now, NCSE was an early partner for the March for Science. Ann Reid, our executive director, explained why we wanted to participate here.

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04.27.2017

Three months ago we launched the national expansion of the Science Booster Club program. I’m happy to report that almost all of our volunteers have fulfilled their commitments and are at work on the ground.

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