Here, from David Klinghoffer at Evolution News & Views:
Our book The Unofficial Guide to Cosmos: Fact and Fiction in Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Landmark Science Series is out now, and ready for purchase! … Our purpose, as the subtitle says, was to help viewers separate fact from fiction in the series. The book is well timed, too. In a nice serendipity, just as we were finishing up production, other commentators (led by Sean Davis at The Federalist) caught on to how Tyson, “a giant of the popular-science world, … appears to have a penchant for exaggerating or even just making things up.”
Many people simply haven’t grasped the fact that in a world governed by naturalism, making things up is basically okay as long as the made-up stuff supports naturalism because there is no meaning anyway.
See also: The Science Fictions series at your fingertips (cosmology).
Catholics burned a scientist at the stake for teaching the Earth orbits the Sun. Science proves life originated through wholly unguided processes. Science proves the Earth does not occupy a privileged place in the universe. Skeptics of climate change are like Nazis.
Find out the truth in The Unofficial Guide to Cosmos!
It’s odd that Americans, of all people, would be willing to pay for Cosmos II stuff to be in their school systems. Naturalist atheism, in its most propagandistic form? Thoughts?
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