Cosmos star Neil deGrasse Tyson is known for defending climate science and the science of evolution. And now, in a video recently posted on YouTube (the actual date when it was recorded is unclear), he takes a strong stand on another...Show More Summary
Why are conservatives so annoyed by Neil DeGrasse Tyson? Because, you know, science
When Neil DeGrasse Tyson appeared on "Real Time with Bill Maher" on July 25, it reminded us of some ugly threads of anti-intellectualism in the U.S.
The astrophysicist appeared on "Real Time" with Bill Maher and issued a succinct response to Ken Ham
Creationist Ken Ham's strange comment about aliens rendered the usually loquacious Neil deGrasse Tyson almost speechless during his recent appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher.” Ham, the president and CEO of Answers in Genesis and...Show More Summary
This is an imaginary cover of Cosmopolitan featuring Neil DeGrasse Tyson that was Photoshopped together by Redditor CapnFancyPants. My pants? My pants are NOT fancy. "Those are stained boxers." Exactly. I don't even feel comfortable answering the door in them and this is MY HOUSE. Show More Summary
It turns out, Tyson had very little to say.
Last week, creationist minister Ken Ham responded to a NASA astronomer's estimate that "in the next 20 years we will find out we are not alone in the universe" by declaring the search for extraterrestrials "pointless" because they're all going to hell anyway. Show More Summary
Conservatives hate Neil deGrasse Tyson because he’s smarter than them, but on this week’s Real Time, the Cosmos host also proved he’s smarter than liberals, too. The National Review‘s cover story this week features an article on the irrepressible astrophysicist headlined “Smarter Than Thou,” penned by Charles C.W. Cooke. To save you some time and [...]
The highlight of Friday's episode of Real Time with Bill Maher had to be the cutaway to Neil deGrasse Tyson during a joke about how Ken Ham doesn't think we should spend so much money looking for life on other planets since they haven't been "saved":
Friday on HBO's "Real Time," host Bill Maher told popular sicentist and host of the Fox network's “Cosmos, A Space Time Odyssey" Neil DeGrasse Tyson Republicans don't like him because he is black. Maher, holding up a critical "National...Show More Summary
When astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson dropped by Real Time tonight, Bill Maher couldn't resist showing him a National Review cover story about Tyson called "Smarter Than Thou," about the cult of Tyson and "puffed-up 'nerd' culture" in America. And Maher had a simple question...
Words don't always do a conversation justice -- especially when that convo is text based. You're there texting your bestie and an overwhelming sense of glee sweeps over you. What to do? Say it with an emoji, of course. With the announcement...Show More Summary
Exclusive Salon q-and-a: Neil deGrasse Tyson takes on climate deniers, challenges scientists to speak up for truth
It was a big weekend for Instagrammers: Manhattanhenge 2014 descended upon New York City Friday and Saturday, providing everyone with spectacular sunsets to filter. Manhattanhenge — a term coined by Neil deGrasse Tyson — describes the...Show More Summary
We present you with a proposal -- the only logical next step in bringing the message of climate change mitigation to a broad TV audience.