Rule 14-1B: "Science" and "Tradition" in Golf

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Yesterday, the United States Golf Association (USGA) announced a rule change . Coming into effect in 2016, Rule 14-1B will prohibit the use ...

Cold War Science / Cold War Synthesis

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BOOK REVIEW: Audra Wolfe, Competing with the Soviets: Science, Technology, and the State in the Cold War (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2...

Wild at Heart: Finding Evolutionary Narratives in Evangelical Christianity

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We asked Myrna Perez, whose work focuses on the public role of evolutionary biology during the last quarter of the twentieth centur...

The Curious History of the Paleo-Diet, and its Relationship to Science & Modernity

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Joseph Knowles emerging from the woods in his "Wilderness Garb," Oct. 4th, 1913 Over the past few years, I've been follo...

The High Quality Research Act: Searching for Ways Beyond "Politicization"

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This post is a continuation of our on-going discussion here at American Science of Rep. Lamar Smith's High Quality Research Act (HQRA), ...

Analogizing Human Genes

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We asked Andrew Hogan, a historian of science and medicine whose work focuses on the observational approaches of postwar human genet...

The High Quality Research Act: A Steaming Plate of Democracy, or Careful What You Wish For!!

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I'd like to build on Hank's post from yesterday , which looked at Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) and Smith's potential legislation,  th...
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