Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice reply Cosmic Queries about colonizing Mars, selling science, stimulating curiosity, stargazing, and extra for a distant viewers of 1000’s of science academics. Recorded reside at ScIC3 in collaboration with PocketLab.
We begin by exploring how curiosity will be stimulated and maintained within the classroom. Find out the significance of retaining curiosity alive particularly throughout tough instances. Neil explains how curiosity and creativity go hand in hand. With anti-science actions current in our society, how can we be sure the significance of science isn’t missed? We talk about promoting science via public service bulletins. Find out why Neil thinks a part of the instructing curriculum ought to contain “querying nature” to ensure that college students to find how and why science works.
Will we colonize the Moon or Mars any time quickly? Neil shares his ideas on why we received’t, and it’s not as a result of we received’t have the capabilities. You’ll find out about some space-related actions that may assist younger kids spark their curiosity within the universe. Neil additionally provides his suggestions on the best way to get began in stargazing. And, he tells us what astrophysics ideas are most vital for everybody to know.
Find out the place in house Neil would take a discipline journey. We discuss the best way to convey science into different lecture rooms. For our final phase, PocketLab co-founder Dave Bakker joins Neil and Chuck to ask some last questions. We talk about the significance of being scientifically literate. All that, plus, Neil provides his last reflections on the significance of getting influential academics.
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About the prints that flank Neil on this video:
“Black Swan” & “White Swan” limited edition serigraph prints by Coast Salish artist Jane Kwatleematt Marston. For more information about this artist and her work, visit Inuit Gallery of Vancouver. https://inuit.com/
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