The new version of Carl Sagan's "Cosmos", this time with Neil DeGrasse Tyson, has just aired. How is it?
Science celebrity (and accomplished astrophysicist) Neil deGrasse Tyson is making waves with his reboot of Cosmos, the celebrated TV series originally hosted by Carl Sagan. Tyson went on The Colbert Report to discuss the new Cosmos, and why he felt the need to reprise the series, but their discussion turned into a trial of science. Show More Summary
Comedy Central Comedy Central UPDATE at 3/11/14 1:16:22 pm Any show that can get the Catholic League's Bill Donohue to defend the Inquisition is OK in my book: "COSMOS" SMEARS CATHOLICISM - Catholic League. At first I thought he was just going to deny the Catholic Church had anything to do with the Inquisition,...
As you've no doubt heard, Neil deGrasse Tyson has brought back Carl Sagan's Cosmos. When this television show first aired 30 years ago, most people knew nothing about space and the images shown had never been seen before. It's a different task to bring this program back today. Show More Summary
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Neil deGrasse Tyson spent the majority of his record tenth appearance on The Colbert Report last night promoting his new Fox series Cosmos. But, as Stephen Colbert promised, the real fireworks began after a commercial break when the host started needling Tyson over recent comments he has made about the media's failed attempts to give religion and science equal weight.
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If you've been living on a rogue planet wandering through the far reaches of the Local group, you may not have heard of the Cosmos reboot on FOX with Neil deGrasse Tyson.We finally got around to seeing the first episode yesterday. IShow More Summary
Neil DeGrasse tyson has many titles. Should one of them be public theologian? The post Neil DeGrasse Tyson Shows Theology And Religion Can Co-Exist In ‘Cosmos’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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(If you missed the first episode and you live in the US, check it out now on Hulu!) Last night was the premiere of the Cosmos reboot starring Friend of Skepchick Neil DeGrasse Tyson in all of his glory. Well, most of his glory – I didn’t...Show More Summary
I missed this last night, on account of not having a cable or network connection, but good news: you can stream it on Hulu! Now, hopefully my internet connection is fast enough to stream this sucker... More
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson takes viewers up from the oceans of Earth, out past the sun and into the vast beyond of what we call space, all as a part of Sunday's inaugural episode of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Cosmos is filled with extraordinary photos of the universe and tales of missions to explore it. Show More Summary
Cosmos host Neil DeGrasse Tyson is a scientist, not a devout atheist, and he has no problem with people subscribing to whatever religion they believe in. But as an educator, he has a big problem when religious activists attempt to insert their beliefs into science education as if it's an equally valid theory.
Last night Fox debuted its 13-episode series, Cosmos; A Spacetime Odyssey, which is hosted by noted astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and is produced by Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane. Catholic League blowhard Bill Donohue is very upset about the first episode, which shamefully depicted the Spanish Inquisition as a bad thing. Show More Summary
The Cosmos host says the media should stop giving time to science deniers in stories. The post Neil DeGrasse Tyson To Science Deniers: ‘Science Is Not There For You To Cherry Pick’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, a reboot of Carl Sagan?s popular science series, premiered last night and the numbers are not looking fantastic. Astrophysicist, and science advocate, Neil deGrasse Tyson took over hosting duties for the new series. Show More Summary
The same day that Neil deGrasse Tyson's new Cosmos series premiered to rave reviews, talk show host Craig Ferguson announced at SXSW that he'll be producing a science show based on the popular Facebook series I Fucking Love Science. Fuck yeah. Read more...
A few days after Ann Druyan fell in love with Carl Sagan, she had the sound of her heartbeat recorded onto a golden record. That record now travels aboard the two Voyager spacecraft, beyond the solar system and into the … The post WATCH | ‘Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey’ w/ Neil deGrasse Tyson Episode One appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.